Contact Info, How to Find Us and Links
Pig Dyke ContactsPig Dyke dancers and musicians are available for all sorts of events. We have performed for mayors and councillors, at fetes, fairs, festivals, parties and weddings.
As well as dancing, we do processions, music sessions and workshops.
Booking Us to PerformIf you'd like us to dance for you, please note that we need a hard surface to dance on. We don't dance on grass!
Please contact the secretary, Fiona Ward
Tel: 01733 208433 (home) / 07833 491547 (mobile)
Send us your Photos!If you have taken photos of Pig Dyke Molly that you'd like us to consider using in our gallery, please email them to email@example.com. Doing so implies permission to use them; if we do we'll be happy to credit you and supply a link to your web site if you have one. Please don't send more than 10 photos at a time!
Thinking of Joining Us?You are welcome to come to any of our practice nights and get a taste of what we do. Details of our practice venue are on this page. If you want to let us know you're coming, email the boss, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web SiteFor comments or questions about the web site:
Anahata - email@example.com
Where We PractiseMondays 8:15pm - 10pm
The Fletton Woodston & Stanground Ex-Service & Working Mens Club
243A High St
243A High St
Friends and Links
- we're listed in the Peterborough Folk Diary a compendium of all things folky in the Peterborough area, maintained by Pete Shaw.
- Whittlesea Straw Bear a major event in the Pig Dyke Year.
- Gog Magog Molly from Cambridge, a team as colourful as Pig Dyke are black and white.
- Ouse Washes Molly, another big Fenland molly team.
- Boggarts Breakfast, a border morris team who we're always pleased to see at festivals and the like.
- The John Clare Society John Clare, the poet from Helpston near Peterborough, was also a fiddle player and collector of folk dance tunes, one of which Pig Dyke once used.