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St George's Day Dancing

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Stoke Bruerne
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Rose and Castle Morris open the 2009 dancing season at the Boat Inn, Stoke Bruerne near Towcester. Event starts on St George's Day at about 7 p.m. There will be a number of other sides dancing and the finishing the evening with music and singing in the pub.

Stoke Bruerne is a few miles south of Northampton of the A508. Follow the signs for the Canal Museum.

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