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EBERNOE HORN FAIR WEST SUSSEX

Ebernoe Horn Fair West Sussex UK. Annual cricket match on Ebernoe village Common. The Horns from the lamb roasted for the players lunch are presented to the player from the winning side who scores the most runs. Followed by the singing of the Horn Fair Song.<br />
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The Horn Fair Song is an old folk song that was re-discovered in 1950 in a radio broadcast by a local farmer Wilfred Moorish which he introduced into the Horn Fair. At this time a local man Tom Stemp, the aged 75yrs  recalled an Ebernoe woodman David Baker singing this song, and he had died in 1943 aged 80yrs. The song is sung after the presentation.
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Ebernoe Horn Fair West Sussex UK
Ebernoe Horn Fair West Sussex UK. Annual cricket match on Ebernoe village Common. The Horns from the lamb roasted for the players lunch are presented to the player from the winning side who scores the most runs. Followed by the singing of the Horn Fair Song.

The Horn Fair Song is an old folk song that was re-discovered in 1950 in a radio broadcast by a local farmer Wilfred Moorish which he introduced into the Horn Fair. At this time a local man Tom Stemp, the aged 75yrs...
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Date: 25 Jul 2015
Location: Ebernoe West Sussex UK
Credit: Homer Sykes
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Keywords:
  • Ebernoe Horn Fair
  • Folk song
  • village
  • cricket
  • St James Day
  • Folklore
  • Folk lore
  • custom
  • Ebernoe
  • Sussex
  • ANNUAL EVENT
  • ENGLAND
  • BRITAIN
  • UK
  • BRITISH
  • ENGLISH
  • July

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