Dorset Buttons

Dance sides, Free

Dorset Buttons is a women's NW side wearing red & green dresses, white shirts and red clogs, with straw hats decorated with traditional Dorset buttons
From: Wareham
Style: North West
Website: http://www.brmm.org.uk/DorsetButtonsMorris/
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The Dorset buttons
You'll be able to enjoy Dorset Buttons at this year's Swanage Folk Festival.

Festival locations

Events are located around the town centre, mainly Sandpit Field and Shore road. Click here for a map of the locations.

Tickets

Some parts of the Festival are free and others need you to buy a ticket. Click here for more details about tickets.

Dorset Buttons

Dorset Buttons is a women’s NW side wearing red & green dresses, white shirts and red clogs, with straw hats decorated with traditional Dorset buttons

Dorset Buttons Morris first sprang out upon the World in 1978, originally there was the ladies’ team, who did the dancing.

Dorset Buttons practice every Wednesday evening in Wareham during the winter and are looking for lively ladies to join them.

They meet and practise in Wareham and dance out at local pubs around Dorset on summer evenings. You’re welcome to go and see them, join their Button Dance, and maybe decide to become a Dorset Button. New members are welcome at any time!

If you can walk you CAN dance