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ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE

Haxey Hood Game. Haxey, Humberside. 1972. At four o'clock the leather hood is thrown up, and a scrum known as the 'sway' forms 	round it. The teams of men push against each other trying to get the 	hood to their favourite pub. Mr Stan Jarvis the publican of The Kings 	Arms holds up the Hood where is will remain for the year.
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BRITISH FOLK LORE ENGLISH CUSTOMS VILLAHE PUB HAXEY HOOD GAME LINCOLNSHIRE UK 1970S
Haxey Hood Game. Haxey, Humberside. 1972. At four o'clock the leather hood is thrown up, and a scrum known as the 'sway' forms round it. The teams of men push against each other trying to get the hood to their favourite pub. Mr Stan Jarvis the publican of The Kings Arms holds up the Hood where is will remain for the year.

Filename: Haxey Hood Game. Haxey, Lincolnshire. England 1974. Hood in pub at the of the game. .jpg
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From gallery: ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE
Source: Homer Sykes
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Location: Haxey, Lincolnshire.
Credit: Homer Sykes
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