The Merrydowners are a mixedmen's and women's cotswold morris side based in North Harrow, Middlesex, (North West London). We practice twice a month in the evening on the first and third Wednesday of every month at a local scout hut in North Harrow, we also meet regularly once a month at a local pub in Pinner to socialise and plan future events.
If you are interested in finding out more about the side or would like to come along to one of our practice sessions then please contact us via theContact Usweb page.. Further information about our background can be found on theAbout Usweb page and details of future events are listed at the bottom of this page.
We are actively seeking new members to join our team - If you are interested, male or female then come along to one of our next scheduled rehearsals at the Scout Hut, Northumberland Road, North Harrow, Middlesex . Our next rehearsal is on Wednesday 17th April at 8:00 pm. So why not come along to try it out.
Our nominated charity collection this year will be in aid of Prostrate Cancer.
St George's Day Dance Out - Tuesday 23rd April 2019 at The Case is Altered, Eastcote , Pinner starting at 7pm. We will also be dancing with Phoenix Morris and Whitethorne .
Rochester Sweeps Festival - Saturday 4th May 2019 - We will be performing again at the Festival this year so if you are going along look out for us in the the High Street where we will be dancing with approximately 80 other Morris Sides .
May Day at the Manor, Headstone Recreation Ground, Harrow - Monday 6th May 2019 - Come along and join us at the local May Day celebrations. It promises to be a fun day out for all family.
It is with great sadness that we have to report the passing of one of our long standing musicians, Dennis O'Brien at the age of 94. Dennis joined the Merrydowners just after we were formed in 1990 and was our main accordion player for a number of years. He was a very accomplished musician and was well respected in the local folk community. Our condolences go to his family and friends, he will be greatly missed
1924 - 2019
Diary of Events - Click on the event if you require further details