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The Britannia Coconut Dancers of Bacup is a non-profit organisation that is trying to bring people together in Bacup.
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The Britannia Coco-nut Dancers or Nutters are a troupe of Lancastrian clog dancers who perform every Easter in Bacup, dancing 7 miles across the town. There are eight dancers and a whipper-in, who controls the proceedings.
The Britannia Coconutters do their famous clog dance from morning til dusk all round their home town of Bacup in Lancashire, England every Easter Saturday.
Supported by an enthusiastic brass band, the strangely garbed Britannia Coconut dancers perform their way around the small Lancashire town of Bacup on Easter Saturday. Curiosity, amusement, bemusement - all these can be seen on the faces of onlookers. The 'Nutters', in their striped skirts and clogs
Britannia Bacup Coconut dancers Lancashire England Morris dancers HOMER SYKES The Britannia Coco-nut Dancers , a troupe of Lancastrian clog dancers, dance through Bacupon Easter Saturday 2017 Women wearing blue velvet dresses standing on lawn before their hula performance, Kekaha Harbor House, Waimea, Kauai, Hawaii, USA
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History. The Britannia Coconut Dancers are a traditional male team only and like like many of the traditional Morris and folk teams with no certainty can state the factual origins of the traditional dances that have been passed down through generations. Every Easter Saturday without fail the Britannia coconut dancers all meet at...
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