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My green and pleasant land…….notice the aran style upholstery fabric on the chairs.

Henry Bourne, Folklore Project

'Jack in The Green Festival, Hastings' photographed by Henry Bourne for the 'British Folklore Portraits' project

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British folk dancers, Morris men in Hastings, Sussex, UK on a May Bank Holiday. The earliest mention of Morris Men is in 1448 and records the payment of seven shillings to Morris Dancers by the Goldsmiths Company in London. (it's ok we all find it a bit weird too!)

British folk dancers, Morris men in Hastings, Sussex, UK on a May Bank Holiday. The earliest mention of Morris Men is in 1448 and records the payment of seven shillings to Morris Dancers by the Goldsmiths Company in London.

Photo: Simon Costin, Director of the Museum of British Folklore

The Hastings Jack in the Green has become identified with the mysterious Green Man depicted in medieval church carvings and is widely felt to be an embodiment of natural fertility, a spirit of the primeval greenwood and a trickster.

A Walk Through The Park, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, UK this is the road that leads to Windsor Castle, photo by Jack Hood

"A Walk Through The Park" Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, England. This is the road that leads to Windsor Castle, photo by Jack Hood

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