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CHEQUE TO LOCAL CHARITY ~ BELFAGAN MORRIS~


Local women’s Morris side Belfagan handed over a cheque to the Riding for the Disabled


Association (RDA) at


Workington’s Christmas Light event on Saturday 2nd December.


Belfagan Women’s Morris have raised money every year for either local or national charities, with collections at their summer Monday evening dance-outs around the area. This year the charity was Riding for the Disabled who were presented with a cheque for £1,040 and a further £165 was raised earlier in the year for ME Research.


Their dancing is a traditional feature of the summer months and the audiences always


fill the collection buckets. Belfagan are a local north-west clog Morris side, with members from around Cockermouth and Cumbria. Many women enjoy this as a pastime and to keep fit, dancing traditional morris dances and preserving our folk heritage.


Anyone interested in joining Belfagan, may either come along to practise at Eaglesfield Village Hall on a Monday evening, or by contacting Jan on 016973 21375.


www.belfagan.org.uk


Stuart Wiltshire Publicity Officer


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


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