From Eden Vale to the Plain of York,
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From Eden Vale to the Plain of York, Edmund Bogg,1894
(courtesy of the Dales Countryside Museum, Hawes)
The following is a transcription from the above Book:
p. 234 Transcribed From Eden Vale to the Plain of York, Edmund Bogg, 1894
p. 234 “During the Martinmas week Thoralby is roused from her slumbers; then all the young men and maidens are at home for a week’s holiday, and there is the usual dressing up of guys and mumming, etc., and the perambulating of the village to the din of concertina and fiddle, and the begging from house to house for anything to swell the big feast, which takes place either at the inn or some large room, ending with a jumping dance, which concludes the festivities.”