Free Stuff For Kids-No.6-Hobby Horse Club.

After a few minor indiscretions and quite a bit of upset over the state of some of the Free Stuff for Kids replies we have had, a nice lighter time approached as we came to the Hobby Horse Club. 
The page asks us if we have seen Morris Dancers, Clog Dancers and felt the attraction of music and people dressed in colourful costumes. I know there is a well dressing event near where my sister lives but that is all.
Anyway as we are now cheating and trying to find the correct addresses so we get maximum publicity I couldn't find anything to do with Hobby Horse Club except for a few choice websites about horses and hobbies and some that I didn't look at due to suspicious site activity.
The original address is now somebody's house and at the back is a new estate so I doubt much clog dancing takes place there now.
Then I found Broadstairs Folk Week Festival. They had a Hobby Horse on their website and people dancing and fun and tambourines. This also wasn't Hobby Horse Club of England.
After finding my glasses and reading the small print I saw it said English Folk Dance and Song Society. It really does you good to read properly and wear your glasses.

On further inspection it looks quite well to do but I have written a nice letter and attached a stamped self addressed envelope and said I am a 'Free Stuff for Kids reader'. I am hoping for a badge, a magazine, some clogs and some bells. 

Here is a nice video for you;


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