Edwardian Carnival Day 1990
|Edwardian Carnival Day
|EE031 + EE032 + EE033 & EE034
engine U7148 belonging to Mitchell of Guiseley.
Upper Middle: Morris
Men performing a dance on the High Street.
This form of folk dance has it's
origins in the 15th century, there are all male, mixed or all female teams or
Different regions have their own dances and styles of dress which may
include clogs, bell pads, waist-coats, knee breeches, straw, top, or bowler hats
and handkerchiefs, sticks are a common prop.
Lower Middle: A
troupe of majorettes parading down the High Street.
banner for Leafield Mill can be seen behind the girl at the front. This was a
contingent of mainly children dressed to represent the mill workers.
right another banner for "The Oldest Fish and Chip Shop", a claim made by the
fish shop on Sandy Way.
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