So you want a website? Or perhaps you want to revamp an old one?

Your website should reflect your personality and professionalism as well as provide information on the services you have to offer. A great deal of this is dependant on what you envisage the site is going to do for your business and how you would like to see it develop in the future. It is a long and sometimes tedious process sorting through what is needed and what you would like. It is not as simple as some people would assume and certainly not recommended to just get some friend or relative to put something up just because they know how to get colour, images and letters to appear on the monitor when you visit your domain.

Film Review of “Morris: A Life with Bells On” – The funniest film I’ve seen in years.

Film Review of “Morris: A Life with Bells On” – The funniest film I’ve seen in years.

Morris: A Life with Bells On is said to be the next sleeper hit – but only time will tell whether it will achieve this heady domain of acclaim and success. The film has been described as a mockumentary following the life of one rebel Morris dancer Derecq Twist. Beset by prim traditionalists it tells the story of this one man’s struggle to drag, kick and cajole an ancient practice into the 21st Century, in the nicest possible way, of course. If the interest on the internet is anything to go by, this one is destined to be screened worldwide by popular demand just so long as at least one distribution company takes notice.

We have been lucky – despite not being on general release yet, Morris: A Life with Bells On came to a hall near us and we had the added promise of a demonstration of Morris Dancing from the Isca Morris men. Time to organise a horde of willing victims and enjoy a night out – get out my note book and write an official film review of "Morris: A Life with Bells On".

Does anyone know about history of Morris Dancing in Wales?

I know that Morris Dancing is traditionally thought of as being English – I have discovered that we do have Morris Sides in Wales which would suggest that there is a possibility that it has some history here too. The film "Morris: A Life with Bells On" has a brilliant website on which there is a bit of information about the history and traditions of Morris Dancing but it got me thinking. Does anyone know anything about Morris Dancing in Wales?


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