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Morris Dance Side
The 400 Roses is a uniquely Yorkshire side– founded by Christ Ogden, it’s a fusion of tribal belly dance and Morris formations with its own band T’Thorns playing traditional Morris tunes.
The dances are done outside in the streets, in the wilds of village fetes, folk, waterways, steam trains and sheep festivals.
The Bandstand is located in the centre of Ilkley. It is on the southern side of The Grove which is a picturesque tree lined street of elegant shops and is directly opposite Betty's famous tearooms.
The Bandstand is surrounded by well kept gardens with permanent seating for those wishing to enjoy the performers.
The Bandstand was conceived as a millenium project by the Rotary Clubs of Ilkley Wharfedale & Ilkley and completed in 2001. The site was generously donated by the Ilkley Abbeyfield Society and both organisations, together with Ilkley Parish Council retain a keen interest as Trustees. An active management committee of volunteers run the bandstand and gardens on a day to day basis. They aim to provide appropriate entertainment for residents and visitors alike.
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