This site principally uses files of the following five types (Users will need to have the correct software loaded on their machines to make full use of the information available.):
HTML HTML is the basic file format used on the Internet, this page is in HTML format. It is our policy to make as much information as possible in this format. Please make sure that you have installed an appropriate browser and plugins to take the maximum benefit of your internet experience.
PHP PHP files contain code that is parsed by the PHP compiler on our servers and returned as HTML.
PDF Documents marked are saved in Portable Document Format (PDF). To read them you will need a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Acrobat Reader software is available for downloading free of charge.
Viewers with visual difficulties may find it useful to investigate services provided by Adobe to improve the accessibility of Adobe Acrobat documents.
DOC DOC is the file type for documents created using Microsoft WORD. This is a widely used word processing package.
XLS XLS is the file type for documents created using Microsoft EXCEL. This is a widely used spreadsheet package.
RSS RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, a web feed format used to provide output to users of frequently updated pages. Parts of this site are already enabled to allow for this will soon be activated.
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Please take time to read this page. There are certain requirements of your browser, plugins and display that will hopefully make your viewing experience more enjoyable.
Site audience and purpose
This site is intended to cover the information needs of different potential audiences, however the primary audience is intended to be those was an interest im Morris Dancing and all that entails.
We welcome any feedback and suggestions on what you would like us to publish on the site, please email:
You can search the text files on the website by using the Search link located at the top right hand side of each page. Please enter the word or words to look for in the box, then start the search by pressing the GO button
There is also an Advanced Search feature that allows for the following approaches to searching:
Using logic operators
Wild Card Searches
Using the Thesaurus
Full details as to how this works is to be found on the Advanced Search page.
Page layout - finding your way around; printing
Pages on this site have been designed to be compatible on a variety of browsers and platforms. They are designed to display best with your monitor set at a screen resolution of 800 x 600 pixels (or higher).
On each page you can see which subject area of the site you are in by looking at the main heading in blue navigation bar at the top of the page(the site's major subject areas are listed on the tabs displayed across the top of the screen). Immediately below this heading you will find a number a drop down list of links to key pages with supplementary information related to the main topic. If this feature is disabled by the users system for security reasons, alternative navigation to these dropdown pages is available.
Downloading files or documents
In the case of relatively large files, or files that you need to work with (such as Word or Excel documents, or interactive .PDF forms), you are advised to save the file directly onto your own computer rather than opening it via your web browser. On a PC, and using the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser right-click on the link, select "Save Target As", and choose a suitable location on your PC; using the Netscape web browser right-click on the link and choose "Save Link As".
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This shows the structure of our web site and hopefully will be an aid to navigation.
Many areas of our web site are now database driven. Not only does this make its upkeep an easier process but we hope the resulting interactivity makes it more appealing.