Watch out for the two-headed sheep on route in West Cumbria

Two-headed Sheep Morris Dancers in full swing

Two-headed Sheep Morris Dancers in full swing

IT’S spring and that means a chance to go out and see the countryside, the birds, the animals… the two-headed sheep!

Don’t worry, it’s not some boggle-like creature haunting the landscape. Two-headed Sheep is the unusual name of our local side of morris dancers. And they are happy to continue this centuries-old tradition throughout the county (often raising money for charity at the same time).

It’s a colourful and impressive performance so book your outing now:

  • Monday, April 18th: 7pm Fox and Hounds, Ennerdale
  • Monday, April 25th: 7pm The Strands, Nether Wasdale
  • Sunday, May 1st: 5am Kinniside Stone circle for Dance Up The Sun
  • Monday, May 2nd: 7pm Gosforth Hall Hotel
  • Monday, May 9th: 7pm Calder House Hotel, Seascale
  • Monday, May 16th: 7pm Stanley Arms, Calder Bridge
  • Monday, May 23rd: 7pm White Mare, Beckermet
  • Monday, June 6th: 7pm King George IV, Eskdale
  • Monday, June 13th: 7pm The Strands, Nether Wasdale