Dance for five, recorded from oral tradition in the southern Lake District where it featured in the repertoires of a number of dancing masters and was danced in shoes or clogs.  The dance was used as a performance piece for pupils to show off their expertise following  a series of classes but may also occasionally been used as a social dance.

The format of the dance is a true reel, phases of stepping alternating with phases of running  a figure.

The dance was taught by:

Tommy Cannon

Notations for the dance were collected from John Wright, Mary Hawes, and Frances Gray and and  Mary Hawes.

Information on this page derives from interviews by Tom Flett with John Wright (undated), Mrs Frances Gray (undated) and  Mary Hawes (undated).