May 082016
 

Five Cambridge men as well as six honorary members wearing other kit traveled to London city centre on the second roasting hot day this year to dance with men from eleven sides including Thaxted, St. Albans, Anker, Jockey, North British and our hosts, the Westminster Morris Men.  We danced near Westminster Abbey, the houses of parliament, some excellent old pubs and the Thames.  Both the morning and afternoon tours ended up with massed shows in Trafalgar Square.  Thanks to Dave Brewster, Danny Gallagher, Emma and Jon Melville for providing us with fine, uplifting music.

 Posted by at 5:51 pm
Jan 222016
 

We are sorry to announce that Kay died following a long illness.  He will be sorely missed as a kind companion, an lively conversationalist and a fine dancer.  Kay was a stalwart of the Travelling Morrice, organising many tours.

photo by Gene Lerner

“Ike” Eickhoff, Prof. Norman Peacock and “Kay” Reynolds met at Sidney Sussex college in 1941 while sitting the scholarship examination for Natural Sciences.

photo by Allan Jarvis

Kay Reynolds on the 2008 Travelling Morrice tour to the Forest of Bowland, waiting to bring on the sword cake.