Jan 222016
 

We are sorry to announce that Kay died following a long illness.  He will be sorely missed as a kind companion, visit 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.

May 172013
 

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Feb 272012
 

It is with great sadness that we have to pass on the news that Travelling Morrice member and Cambridge Morris Man John Colbert passed away at 4am on Sunday 26th February 2012.

John was the life and soul of many tours, and a real asset to the Cambridge Morris Men, as well as his home side, Stafford Morris Men. I'm sure we will all remember him for his cheery nature, the excellent tours he helped organize, and his wonderful renditions of Les Barker monologues.

Our thoughts of course go to his wife Barbara, and all those at Stafford MM during this hard time.

His obituary can be found on the Stafford Morris Men site