Milkmaid Molly - "Buddies" and Musicians needed

Milkmaid Molly founded in 2012 is part of Milkmaid Folk Arts, a Community Interest Company, offering a place of welcome and acceptance for people with disabilities and those without who meet on equal terms and find companionship. The Milkmaid’s ethos is to support vulnerable and disadvantaged people to build a life that is both fulfilling and rewarding through the joy of music, art and performance.

 

We meet at Station Hill Social Club, 1 Station Hill, Bury St Edmunds, IP32 6AD on the first Thursday of each month promptly at 07.30 pm and finish by 09.00 pm. Both the Buddies and the Mollies would be so grateful if you could come along and help for just an hour and a half once a month. We are also looking for more musicians. Next meeting 1st March 2018.

Milkmaid Molly have a core of people with Learning Disabilities who choose to be called the ‘Mollies’ and a group of dance “Buddies” who assist the Mollies. The idea has proved so popular that we have a large number of Mollies but need more Buddies. Assisting with the Mollies does not mean you have to be in any way super fit or have any dance experience, Buddies just help with steering in the right direction when we perform very simply adapted Molly dances. The Buddies have more complicated routines of their own and during the evening to give the Mollies a rest from dancing we invite them together with our regular musicians to play for us. The Mollies enjoy playing percussion instruments, or in some cases their own guitars or mouth organs. Every practice we have fun, lots of laughs and have all made some good friends.

If you are fleet of foot and wish to take part in more intricate dances please come along on the third Thursday of the month as well when the Buddies have a practice alone concentrating on more complicated dances. During the summer both branches of the team have performed together Euston Rural Pastimes Country Fair, Ely Folk Festival and Oxjam.

If you wish to join us please ring Gill 01284 767476, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., look on line at www.milkmaidmusic.co.uk or just turn up on the night we would love to meet you.

Jan Robinson; Milkmaid Molly

Milkmaid Molly performing at Ely Folk Festival 2013

Belles of London City to join the “Men only” Morris Ring? I don’t think so.

                                                                                        The Belles of London City

The Morris Ring founded in 1934 may not survive to celebrate its 100th birthday as a fundamental change to its constitution is being proposed which will end the "men only" dancer rule.

Adam Garland, recent past Squire of the Ring, wrote in the “Morris Ring Circular” magazine in July last year with his reflections on his two years in office (2014 -16).  He reminded readers that Morris has a long history in England and has evolved during that period.  In the twentieth century the Morris Ring saw itself as the custodian of the Morris tradition but in the twenty-first century, under Adam's leadership, it "permitted" Ring sides to include women musicians and then ensured "that Ring Meetings should be open to all members of all clubs".  Adam argued in his article that the Ring should go further as a “change in the Ring constitution to welcome women dancers as members of the Morris Ring is long overdue”.

At the time I wondered why any side with women dancers would want to join the (almost) all male Morris Ring; surely existing sides are happy to join one of the alternative organisations, the Morris Federation or Open Morris and with these alternatives why would a new side want to join the Ring. 

Read more: Belles of London City to join the “Men only” Morris Ring? I don’t think so.

Morris Clubs; Morris and Molly Teams in East Anglia

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 SUFFOLK CLUBS

                               Barley Brigg at Folk East 2016

BARLEY BRIGG (Mixed Northwest). Wed 8pm, Yoxford Village Hall, Contact: Annie Clark; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.barleybrigg.org.uk

BURY FAIR WOMEN'S MORRIS (Women's Cotswold) - Wednesdays 8pm. Trinity Methodist Church, Brentgovel Street, Bury St Edmunds. Bagman: Linda Moden 01284 702967 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; Web: www.buryfair.co.uk

DANEGELD MORRIS (Mixed Northwest). Tues 8.15pm,  Bredfield Village Hall, Nr. Woodbridge. Val Sherwen 01394 384067 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

EAST SUFFOLK MORRIS MEN (Men's Cotswold) Mondays 8pm, Gosbeck Village Hall. Contact; Clive Cook; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.eastsuffolkmorris.org.uk

GREEN DRAGON MORRIS (Mixed Border), meet at Fornham-all-Saints Community Centre IP28-6JZ; every Monday 8-10pm until April. Contact: Andy at - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 22 Orchard way, Thetford,IP24-2JF.

HAGENETH MORRIS MEN. (Men's Cotswold) Practice at 8pm in Haughley Village Hall IP14 3NX on first, third and fifth Wednesdays from October – end April.  Contact; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Mike Bexon  01449 615816

                         Haughley Hoofers at Folk East 2016

HAUGHLEY HOOFERS (Ladies Northwest Clog) Practice at 7.30pm every Sunday in Haughley Village Hall, Haughley from September - end April. Contact: 07796 354057 email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ;   www.haughleyhoofers.org.uk; www.facebook/Haughley-Hoofers

HOXON HUNDRED (Mixed Cotswold, Northwest, Garland, Clog) Weekly practice Wednesdays 7.30-9.30pm (9.30-10pm social country dancing) from September, St Edmunds Village Hall, Hoxne. Tel Chris 01379 678169 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

LAGABAG MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold).  Continuing in a “reduced way” contact Charles Croydon 01473 214116.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.lagabagmorris.org.uk

LITTLE EGYPT MORRIS MEN (Men's Cotswold) Tuesdays 8pm. Glemsford Church Hall. Contact; Bagman; Mike Sewell, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

OLD GLORY MOLLY DANCERS (Men's Molly) and WOMEN MUSICIANS; Sundays 10am. Not during spring or summer. The Rumburgh Hut, Nr Halesworth.  Contact; Graham Elliott 01502 714661, 07733 348811, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.old-glory.org.uk

Old Glory perform at the Wassail at Sweffling White Horse - photo by Justin Kibble

OLD SCHOOL RAPPER (Mixed Rapper, sword, clog and some Cotswold jigs). Mondays 8pm (not second Mondays) Horham Old School, next to the church IP21 5DY. Contact Judy Andrews 01379 384207.

OX BLOOD MOLLY (Mixed Molly and Mumming) Practices: Peasenhall Assembly Hall most Sundays autumn/winter 2- 4pm.  Please ring first as we may be dancing out. Contact Zoe-Anne Wadey 07767763318; e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

POINT DEVIS (Mixed NW & Garland). Thursdays 8-10pm, at The Gannon Rooms, Saxmundham. Lin Barnes  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.          

PRETTY GRIM (Mixed Border) Thursdays 8pm, Blaxhall Village Hall, Contact 01728 272 1254,  www.prettygrim.weebly.com

Rumburgh Morris at Sheringham Potty Festival 2017

RUMBURGH MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold & Mumming); Practice Night Tuesdays 7.45pm at St Margaret South Elmham Village Hall IP20 0PN starting 7:45pm and afterwards at the Rumburgh Buck contact Rita Jackson 01986 897082 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.rumburghmorris.org.uk

SLACK MA GIRDLE (Mixed Border / Steam Punk Morris?), Practice on Tuesdays 8-10pm at Exning Working Men's Club, Newmarket.  www.slackmagirdle.com

TREACLE MINERS MORRIS (Mixed Border); Practice Night Mondays (8 -10pm) and alternate Sundays (5 – 7pm) at Sweffling Pavilion. Contact via website; http://treacleminersmorris.co.uk/

WESTREFELDA (Mixed Cotswold). Mon 8pm. Westerfield Parish Hall, Church Lane, Westerfield. Ipswich. Liz Whatling 01473 281141.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Jenny Everett; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  www.westrefelda.co.uk

 

NORFOLK CLUBS

EBEKNEEZER (Appalachian Step). Sat am, venue variable in Norwich. John Dimascio 01263 734640 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

FIDDLESTICKS (Women’s Northwest Clog). Mondays 7.30pm, High School, Newmarket Road,  Norwich. Janet Selvey 01953 882453 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   www.members.aol.com/fiddlesticksclog 

GOLDEN STAR MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold). Sundays 7.30pm. St. Catherine's Church Hall, Aylsham Road, Norwich. Eamonn Andrews 01379 384207 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    www.goldenstarmorris.org.uk

Golden Star at Folk East 2016

HOLT RIDGE MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold) Monday evening practice at Blickling Hall except in the height of summer. Squire and main contact: Brian Antuar (Open Morris Secretary) 01263 715762 or Roddy McKenzie 01508 470851

KEMPS MEN (Men's Cotswold) Wednesdays 7:30pm. St Marks Church Hall, Hall Road, Norwich. Richard Woodham 01603 736411 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

KENNINGHALL MORRIS (Mixed Border). Practices Thursdays 7.30 pm Hinderclay Village Hall. Contact; Peter Osborne 01953 888291; email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; www.kenninghallmorris.org.uk

KINGS MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold); practices Monday evenings, 8.00pm Memorial Hall, Wiggenhall St. Germans.  Dance outs: May – September, Friday evenings 8.00pm;David Jackson (Bagman) 9 Edward Street, King's Lynn PE30 5QS Tel 01553 768930; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.www.thekingsmorris.co.uk/

MIS-FIT MOLLY (Mixed Molly); practice every Thursday 8pm at The Jephson Hall, Walpole Cross Keys, PE34 4HE; contact Caron 01553 827620 or Louise 01366 328422

Ouse Washes at Sheringham 2014

OUSE WASHES (Mixed Molly). Mon 8pm, 2nd, 4th & 5th Mon, Village Hall, Wimbotsham; 1st & 3rd Mon, Parish Rooms, Swaffham. Nicky Stockman 01362 687156 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   www.ousewashes.org.uk

PEDANT’S REVOLT (Mixed Border).  Wed eve, variable, in Norwich.  Contact; John Dimascio 01263 734640 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

WEAVERS MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold) Wednesdays 7.45pm at St Nicholas Church Hall North Walsham    Contact Colin on 01263 513589 or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Facebook; https://en-gb.facebook.com/Weavers-Morris-185097225231695

 

ESSEX CLUBS

ALIVE & KICKING (Women’s Northwest / Clog). Wednesday 7.45pm.  NHS Clinic, Maldon Community Centre, Wantz Close. Angela Clarke 01621 857569 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ANNIE’S FANTASIES (Mixed Northwest) Sunday, Sheila Kelly 01206 798076 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

BELCHAMP MORRIS MEN (Men’s Border and Cotswold) Ian Ward, telephone 07976011318, email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

BOWS ‘N’ BELLES (Women’s Northwest/Garland). Sundays 3pm.  Aldham Village Hall. Sue Pratt 01206 240682 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CHELMSFORD MORRIS MEN (Men's Cotswold and Border).  Wednesdays 8pm, Writtle Christian Centre, Writtle. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.chelmsfordmorris.co.uk

          Chelmsford Women's Morris at Folk East 2017

CHELMSFORD WOMEN’S MORRIS (Women's Northwest and Step Clog).  Thursdays 8.15pm, Great Waltham Village Hall, South Street, Great Waltham CM3 1DF. Celia Kemp; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.chelmsfordmorris.co.uk

COLCHESTER MORRIS MEN (Cotswold) Fridays 8pm. Mile End Methodist Church Hall, Mile End Road. Martin Theobald 01206 853500, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., www.colchestermorrismen.org   

COLCHESTER PLATYPUS APPALACHIAN Wednesday 8pm. Wilson Marriage Community Centre, Barrack Street. Christine Fenn 01206 795215 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CROUCH VALE CLOG MORRIS (Mixed Northwest) Wed. 8pm Cathy Carpenter 01245 353558 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

DARK HORSE MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold)Thursdays, Maldon. Susan Watson This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Good Easter Molly Gang at Ouse Washes / Mark Jones Day of Dance 2018

GOOD EASTER MOLLY GANG (Molly) practice at Good Easter Village Hall, CM1 4RT at 8.30pm on Thursdays from the last Thursday in November until the Thursday before Plough Monday, subject to hall availability.  Good Easter Molly Dancers only exist to dance on Plough Monday and the Ouse Washes Day of Dance, in late January.  Contact; Geoff Walker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

HANDS AROUND (Women's Cotswold) Fridays in Thurrock; Border, Cotswold, Mumming; June Wells 01268 521645  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

HAWKSWORD: (Mixed Longsword and Rapper).  Mondays 8pm, Leyton. Peter Kemp 01245 263753 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

LEADING LIGHTS (Mixed Cotswold); St Joseph’s Church Hall, Fronks Road Dovercourt, Mondays 8 p.m., Peter Davis 01255 240220  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

MALDON GREENJACKETS (Mixed Cotswold), United Reform Church, Market Hill, Tuesdays 8 p.m., Jim Murphy 01268 747869 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

RISING LARKS (Women’s Northwest/Garland/Step Clog). Friday 8pm (not first Friday) Beaumont Village Hall. Sue Curd 01473 811742 or 07779 674870;  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PRIORY MORRIS (Mixed Border Morris). Sunday 1pm. Kings Arms, St Osyth. Miriam Russell 01255 822481

SOKEN MOLLY (Mixed Molly). Walton-on-the-Naze.  “near-enough disbanded”, contact Malcolm Batty 01255 851399;   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 CAMBRIDGESHIRE CLUBS

CAMBRIDGE MORRIS MEN Tuesdays in term time 8.15pm. Mayfield Primary School, Warwick Rd (off Histon Rd). John Jenner 01763 242127 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

COTON MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold); practice at Fen Ditton; contact John Blackwell; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CROSSKEY CLOG (Mixed Northwest). Wed 8pm, Wistow Community Hall, P/boro. Pete Stafford-Honeyball 01733 320252 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

DEVILS DYKE MORRIS MEN (Cotswold) Thursday 8pm.  Bottisham Scout Hut.  Contact; Randall Scott 01223 208253. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.devilsdykemm.org.uk

ELY & LITTLEPORT RIOT (Women’s Border / own dances) Fridays, Maggie Kent, 01353 615503, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

FENSTANTON MORRIS (Mixed Cotswold). Mon in winter, 8pm, The Church Centre, Fenstanton. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; new “joint bags” are Penny James and Amy Pignatiello

GOG MAGOG (Mixed Molly). Tues 8pm. Adam Hughes 01223 229996  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.cam.ac.uk/societies/molly

                  Granta Blue - May 2011

GRANTA BLUE MORRIS (Young Mixed Cotswold). Practices Wednesday Evenings 8pm-10pm Nuns Way Pavilion, Nuns Way, King's Hedges, Cambridge CB4 2PF. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.www.grantabluemorris.co.uk; https://www.facebook.com/GrantaBlueMorris

HEARTSEASE and ST NEOTS SWEEPS & MILKMAIDS (Women's).Thursdays, Eynesbury C of E Primary School, Montagu Street, Eynesbury, PE19 2TD. Patti Pitt 01234 376278  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

MANOR MILL MORRIS (Women’s Northwest Clog). Mon in school term, 7.45pm, St. Augustine’s Church Hall, Richmond Road, Cambridge.  Andrea Lamble 01223 843529  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   www.manormillmorris.org.uk

MEPAL MOLLY (Men's Molly) Michael Czarnobaj 01353 666441 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

OLD HUNTS MOLLY (Mixed Molly)  Plough Monday/Straw Bear Festival. Robin James 01954 210650 or 07947 774482.   Other contacts : see Fenstanton above

PETERBOROUGH MORRIS MEN (Men's Cotswold) Practice at Peterborough Sports and Leisure Centre, 651 Lincoln Road, Peterborough, PE1 3HA – Tues. 8pm 01733 206627 or 01733 705786 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

PIG DYKE MOLLY (Mixed Molly). Mondays 8.15 pm. Burghley Square Club, Burghley Road, Peterborough, PE1 2QA  Peterborough. Sadie Heritage 01733 204505..This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.pigdyke.co.uk.

ROCKINGHAM RAPPER & CLOG (Rapper and Appalachian) - Childer's Club, 1A Station Road, Whittlesey, Cambs PE7 1SA, Thursdays 8 – 10 pm - most - 07901 754064 or 07901 874513; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.rockinghamrapper.org.uk; Facebook or Twitter@RockinghamSword; www.myspace.com/rockinghamrapper

SUTTON MASQUE (Mixed, Border) Practices: Wednesday 7.30pm, Witcham Village Hall. Tel. 07789 419632; email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; www.suttonmasque.org.uk; Facebook: www.facebook.com/suttonmasque

                  Sutton Masque at Sheringham 2017

The 2017 Morris Census

The 2017 Morris Census; The Results are in.

 During 2017 all UK morris sides and as many foreign sides as possible were sent a detailed census form.  The object was to try to compile a picture of the current state of morris dancing.  The term “morris dancing” is used in its widest sense and embraces all forms of English traditional dance: Cotswold, Border, Molly, Northwest, Garland, Mumming, Rapper, Clog Step, Longsword, Appalachian, English Country Dance/Playford and Stave.  The 798 sides who replied included both UK and foreign sides.

 The results were sent to all participating sides at the end of 2017 and they are available to a wider audience at the website www.morriscensus.uk​ .  The site is interactive and easy to use, giving information not only for the UK, but also for New Zealand and Australia, the US and Canada and for international sides.  You can look up your Morris organisation and your form of dance and by clicking on the appropriate column find the 2014 figures too. 

Some of the conclusions.

Read more: The 2017 Morris Census

Plough Monday

In anticipation of this years Plough Monday on 8th January and the Whittlesea Straw Bear on 13th January you may like to read this recently discovered account of a previous Plough Monday from a bygone age.  This year Old Glory Molly Dancers and Musicians will be performing at the Rumburgh Buck on 8th January.

There are a few articles which descibe Plough Monday including references in “Truculent Rustics” by Elaine Bradtke and “Molly Dancing in East Anglia” by Needham and Peck.  Articles by William Palmer, Russell Wortley and Cyril Papworth describe Plough Monday traditions in the Cambridgeshire villages of Little Downham, Littleport and Balsham, amongst others.  Unfortunately I could find few historical references to Plough Monday traditions in Suffolk, indeed one authority on the subject, Peter Millington, states in a comprehensive paper called “The Origins of Plough Monday” that “Norfolk and Suffolk are almost devoid of Plough Monday records".  So I began a diligent search of the internet and came across this article which seems to come from a late Victorian account of an event in Rumburgh.  Unfortunately, as we know, Google is an unreliable source so I cannot vouch for the authenticity of the following report. 

The Land of the Saints has a Dark Side

 “On 13th January this publication received an alarming report from several eye witnesses of a disturbing event which occurred the previous evening, the first Monday after Epiphany, which some call Plough Monday.  The incident took place in the depths of East Suffolk in the area known as The Saints; but this was no Christian ceremony and some said it was ungodly and pagan mischief.  We are persuaded that an authentic account of that affair will not be unacceptable to the public.  The principle witness, who wished to remain anonymous, has asked to be simply known as “The Apprentice”.

 “The disturbance occurred during the hours of darkness near the village of Rumburgh.  There were no warnings but there were reports of strange lights seen in the Western skies and a report of a low booming which some claimed as distant thunder but as it was a clear, dry evening this was disputed.  The lights and noise caused a crowd of anxious villagers to gather on the village outskirts and around The Buck Public House.  The lights could now be identified as flaming torches and as they approached the village “The Apprentice” reported that he saw a heavy plough being dragged into the village by a menacing group of dissolute ruffians, their identities concealed by blackened faces. 

 “No word was spoken until they arrived at The Buck where a cry went up from their apparent leader who bellowed, “Only once a year, a Penny for the Ploughboys”!  This may have been said to excuse the disturbance but it appeared to reassure some present and the crowd parted and allowed the plough to enter the pub yard. 

 The men were accompanied by a dark band of travelling musicians with herbaceous headdresses and primitive instruments who struck up a deep and earthy sound presaging the next stage of the proceedings which appeared to be part of a very strict and particular pagan ritual.  Some of the men seized hold of each other and began a series of muscular movements, turning and twisting, pulling and shoving each other giving no quarter.    The rough-music coming from this rustic orchestra which caused the men to twist and spin was like no music heard in respectable company and was more akin to the terrifying cries of beasts enduring agonising torments in the dark night.

 Some said there were women amongst these rural vagabonds and a witness said she had seen a lady with the dancing men but another disagreed and said “that were no Lady; she had whiskers under her bonnet”.  Others said they were sure it was a woman and said they’d heard her called “Bessy”.  Another said “if they was women they all looked as though they’d been dragged through a hedge back’uds”.  One witness said he could confirm that there were indeed women amongst the gang and some of them had scrubbed up quite nicely but there were no frills.

 At one point the crowd was intimidated into drinking a strange potion.  Many protested that they were determined to have a “dry January” but these cries were to no avail and the threatening presence of the men, emboldened by their disguise, induced many in the crowd to swallow the foul brew which some claimed had a strange gingerish after-taste.  A collecting box was taken around the crowd and, perhaps as a result of drinking the gingerish brew, many felt obliged to provide the “penny for the Ploughboys” demanded by the ruffians.

If readers hear of any plans for similar disorder and dissolute behaviour they are advised to stay indoors and contact the appropriate authorities.

“The Apprentice”

 

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