Little Egypt Dances at Witham
30 June 2018

Take a stick, any stick.

Whenever we arrive in Witham for the annual Mediaeval Fayre we are amazed at the popularity of this event.
There is always a massive queue before the gates open and, what's more, people pay to get in.
Little Egypt is obviously a major attraction!
  He's off again 
First stop is the Woolpack Inn where, despite the fact that the beer is no longer brewed on the premises because it’s too popular, the No Name Bitter is consistently excellent.  Queue, what queue?  Strike up a tune! 
Our dancing wasn’t too bad either. The very popular Ring O' Bells started things off to a fine response from the assembled visitors.
It was a very warm day so by the time we reached the end of our 20 minute set we each felt the call of the Woolpack and another refreshing ale. 
Good from any angle  And from whichever side. 
Jenny Lind was our second set opener.
Once again the crowd were impressed by our nifty footwork and double time sticking. Once again we were in need of refreshment by the time we’d concluded.


One for the camera, lads Well, swagger me! 

Unlike the “old days” the Woolpack was shunned in favour of a nice cream tea!

Little Egypt, everything in moderation, including moderation.

  Another lovely gig with MMLE 
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