♥ Emma in Wonderland ♥ ADMIN September 7, 2011
Greetings and salutations to you, the worthy person of taste who has graced our lowly group with your wonderful presence! Please share your photos, say hello, introduce yourself or just lurk about a bit until you feel less shy. Above all - play nice!
Group DescriptionThe Hook Eagles are a Border Morris team based in Hook, Hampshire, UK. This group is for photos of their public sticking and shenanigans!
The dancing side is all-male, but they do allow talented musical ladies in their associated band, the Wall of Sound.
Practice nights are every Friday, Oct to April. Newcomers are always welcome!
Whether dancer or musician, just contact HEMM to confirm where there'll be on any specific Friday night, although they are usually found here:
St John's Church Hall,
Afterwards you can usually find the boys at the Crooked Billet alehouse; purveyors of fine beer and chips to the gentry!
Group RulesPlease take a moment to peruse our rules:
* Hook Eagle images only (the boys don't have to be dancing but they should be in the photo!)
* Nothing nasty in the pool please - no offensive images, porn, etc. (If it's really a shot of the Hook Eagles it shouldn't be porn anyway, although it may be slightly distasteful...) Put it this way: nothing you wouldn't show your grandmother.
* There is a 6 a day maximum upload limit. This is to mix up the pool a bit and keep it interesting. 300 shots in a row of the back of John's head is less interesting than you might think.
* Be nice. Discussion and lively debate is heavily encouraged - swearing and being mean is heavily prohibited. The group is monitored closely and meanies will be asked to leave and banned if necessary.
* Sticks only. Persistent hankie wavers will be banned. There are other morris sides for that.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Members can post 6 things to the pool each day.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe