ODIHAM will witness a colourful celebration of St George's Day. 

On Sunday, April 23, Hampshire's oldest border tradition Morris Dancing team, Hook Eagle Morris, will lead a walking tour of the inns of Odiham.

Joining them will be four other Morris dancing teams from the area, including Alton Morris, Basingclog Morris, Mayflower Morris, and Minden Rose Morris.

The tour, titled 'Cry God for Harry, England, and Saint George', will start at noon at The Waterwitch, then move on to Bel and the Dragon at The George at 1pm, and finally conclude at The Anchor in North Warnborough at 2.30pm.

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Each location promises to be a sight to behold, with the Morris teams showcasing their vibrant costumes and energetic dancing.

Hook Eagle Morris has been organising this event for many years now, and this year's edition is set to be bigger and better than ever before.

Established in 1991, Hook Eagle Morris has become a significant and popular member of the wider Morris world, dancing alongside teams from all over England and beyond.

In addition to their love of Morris dancing, Hook Eagle Morris has also been actively involved in raising funds for local organisations and charities over the years.