|Formation||Open circle. V-hold, W-hold or basketweave hold.|
|Dance Structure||(A x 2 + B x 2) repeated to the end of the music.|
|Music Structure||4 counts/bar, 4 bar phrases.|
|Introduction||None or 4 counts.|
|Part A||(R side, L close) x 2.5, L stamp close x 2, pause. Mirror.|
|Part B||(R forwards, L in place, R backwards, L in place) x 3, R heel stamp close x 3, pause.|
|Part B Variation 1 (steps & stamps across)||As Part B but R forwards is across, R backwards is to the side and the R stamps are flat across infront, side infront & close.|
|Part B Variation 2 (leaping)||(Leap R forwards across, L in place, leap R forwards side, L in place) x 3, R stamp (forwards, side, close), pause.|
|Part B Variation 3 (travelling to the right)||(R side, L close, R close, pause) x 3, R stamp (forwards, side, close), pause.|
|Source||Basic from Jan Savage & Sally Fletcher in Ipswich. Variations B2 & B3 from the performance at the 2004 Eastbourne International Folkdance Festival lead by Leslie Haddon & Sue Chipp.|
|Date||Written 2003/6/7. Updated 2004/3/10, 2004/5/23, 2008/11/5, 2011/10/9 & 2019/8/31.|
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