Named after the ship of the infamous Captain Pugwash, Black Pig Border was formed in 1986 in Langley Mill/Eastwood on the Nottingham and Derby border. Over the years we have developed our own style of Border Morris performing both traditional dances and some of our own invention. We are a mixed group of both female and male dancers and musicians. We wear brightly coloured tailcoats and top hats festooned with feathers, flowers, ribbons and bells. We uphold the Border Morris tradition by blacking our faces as a disguise. We practise on a Wednesday night at the Gate Inn in Awsworth and all are most welcome.

The Black Pig Border Morris are Corporate members of the
Official Monster Raving Loony Party

If you want to know more about what and how we do things, then download the leaflets below:
(Either open and download or right-click and choose download. All leaflets are designed to be printed double-sided on A4 paper and then folded to create an A5 booklet)

Firstly, this introductory leaflet on "The Prospects Before Us..."

and this one for "Your First Dance-out..."

and this one on "Why We Black Our Faces"