Speeding the plough

PUBLISHED: 08:03 19 January 2006 | UPDATED: 20:09 28 May 2010

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RESIDENTS joined in when the Milton Morris dancers revived the old tradition of Plough Monday in Pampisford this week after a 100-year gap. They towed the token plough, raising money for the village hall fund, followed by the dancers who practise in the h

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RESIDENTS joined in when the Milton Morris dancers revived the old tradition of Plough Monday in Pampisford this week after a 100-year gap. They towed the token plough, raising money for the village hall fund, followed by the dancers who practise in the hall, led by David Jones.

They performed the olde English traditional steps to the music of a violin, played by Keith Hayward, and accordion, and called in at the Chequers pub

Pictures: DANIEL WILSON

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