The sun was still shining so we caught lots more dancing at the Scoresby Monument. Boojum, a womens rapper side:
and Seven Champs again:
This time I managed to get a video of 7 Champs and their distinctive form of molly dancing
John Kirkpatrick was next presenting his Farmers Year show, where he sang some of the songs he'd done on the Victorian Farm BBC show.
Suitably dressed in farming attire, including string round his legs which we had an interesting debate with the audience about what they were called, (Yorks being the most popular suggestion).
Dance Adversity Challenge was next, loosely based on University Challenge and MCd by Stanley Accrington. Earlsden Morris took on Sallyport Sword. Slightly silly, but very entertaining. The picture rounds also consist of pictures of bits of morris teams and you have to guess who they are.
Back to the cottage then for a wonderful mutton curry which had spent all day in the slow cooker.
Back out again to the Rifle Club where we managed to get into a very full concert and saw Sam Sweeney and Hannah James.
Hannah being one of the best clog dances I've seen, her performance of the Sam Sherry jig bore no resemblance to steps I can just about muddle through at half speed. The concert finished with The Wilsons. No microphones needed, and over 10 pints of beer lined up on the stage (2 each, and the one they were drinking when called up to sing).
As usual they were fantastic, and the banter between them as good as ever.
We made it to the spa for the end of the Late Night Extra and ended up dancing for the next hour almost non stop to Peeping Tom and Will Hall, a great caller.
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