SPRING GROVE MORRIS MEN - "Quintessentially English" 
Now in our 40th year. Here is our programme of events and information about Morris Dancing
For Kingston Morris (men & women) go to kingstonmorris.org
** Calling all retired Morris men who have danced with the SGMM since 1977 **
Join us outside the Spring Grove pub at 5.30 on Saturday May 13th to celebrate our 40th Anniversary
To celebrate our 40th Anniversary we're organising a series of events. The two main gatherings are a day's dancing around Richmond, Twickenham and Kingston in May at the start the dancing season and a dinner in September to coincide with the first performance in 1977
Saturday 13th May - 40th Anniversary Day of Dance
Saturday 23rd September - 40th Anniversary Dinner
We are a Morris Dance team based in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, UK. Our name comes from the small Victorian suburb of Spring Grove across the Hogsmill River and just south of Kingston Old Town where we practise. Welcome to the website where you can find information about Spring Grove Morris in our 39th year, our programme and information about Morris.
All About Alie which fights against Motor Motor Neurone Disease by raising money to fund Professor Talbot’s Stem Cell Research and to help those living with MND by donating to the UK Charity MND Association, and we will continue to support St John's Church.
Our thanks to all who have booked us or have given generously when we dance out to support last year's charity Home-Start who support families with young children. The Charities page has a list of previous years' charities.
The Morris Ring, an association of morris dance sides founded in 1934 and celebrating its 80th anniversary.
Its mission is to encourage the performance of morris dancing, to maintain its traditions and to preserve its history.
To find a Morris side in your area try either the Morris Ring's "Find a side near you" handy Google map tool or try their "Find a side" to check the whole UK, Europe, Australia, America...
 "The troop, called the Spring Grove Morris Men, looked so quintessentially English that I thought that they could be a nice addition to our wedding." Loulabelle's wedding blog.