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Country Wedding 1957
It was a country wedding. And in the church all solemn as the vicar blessed the wedding cake and wine. But once the wedding ceremony was over the vicar the Rev. Jack Putterell changed from his clerical robes. He now put on a gaily coloured jerkin and a staw hat decorated with colourful ribbons the clothes of a morris dancer. Then with bells tied round his shins he danced. The vicar watched by nearly everyone in the Essex village of Thaxted was dancing a traditional dance to celebrate the wedding of Ida Harvey and Mike Smith. Mike is also a Morris Dancer later danced with his bride a the vicar looked on. Our Picture Shows: The wedding ceremony over, the Vicar (third from right) takes part in the traditional Morris Dances. June 1957
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