The White Ladies Aston

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The White Ladies Aston

The White Ladies Aston

The White Ladies Aston danced at Llanwrtyd Wells

This is a traditional dance from the Worcestershire village of White Ladies Aston.

The Alvechurch version was taken from the book: The Roots of Welsh Border Morris by Dave Jones. It was first performed by Alvechurch Morris Men in late 1989 and later adopted as the regular "opener" to performances for many years before being usurped by The Evesham Stick Dance.

Alvechurch normally perform this dance as an eight man dance, but also have a six man version in case of emergencies, such as plague and pestilence, which last struck the village in the late 17th century.

The White Ladies Aston Music

White Ladies Aston Music

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