2001
     
  Pam Stevens joins, and towards the end of the year Jill Green has to move away to look after her sick Mother in Law
January
26th Friends of Daventry Museum Party at The British Legion Club, Daventry,  Demo and talk by John C. Also featuring The Eydon Mummers.
April
23rd St George's Day at The Boat at Stoke Bruerne. 2 sets of 6 for ‘Saturday Night’. John C on Radio Northampton. 6 sides
May
1st May Day at Brackley Market Place, then to Helmdon, Morton Pinkney and Greens Norton. This is the first year we took sprigs of may blossom round
5th to 7th Teesdale Thrash' at Barnard Castle,  23 sides, dancing on the giant Wooden Trampoline (sprung floor in dance hall) to 'All Blacked Up'.
10th Evenley  
Sat. 12th St Neot’s Folk Festival Including dancing the Molly with Gog Magog
17th The Barley Mow at Cosgrove Rained off!
June
7th  Daventry Community Centre, Ashby Road  
14th  Epwell  
16th  Stratford High Street Stoney Live!
20th Flecknoe, near Rugby A Wednesday night out, invited by Paragon Pit.
23rd Charwelton Beer Festival then
Byfield Fete.
Talked our way into the beer festival for free by doing a dance. Nice floor!
28th The Coach and Horses at Daventry.  
July
5th The Butchers Arms at Greens Norton  with Heyford and Queens Oak.
8th Eydon Fete, then Wardington House OAP’s Fete Then back to Cannells for a BBQ
12th The Green Man at Mollington Was this the Pimms and chip butties night?
14th Ashby Fields Train Park, Daventry. Scout Fete, hardley anyone came so we gave them their money back!
19th The White Horse at Norton  
26th The Plough at Wardington.  
28th Ducklington Day of Dance.  
August
6th The Boat at Stoke Bruerne. A sunny day attempt to take money off the Bank Holiday Monday crowd.
September
1st The Avon at Avon Dassett and Warmington Fete.  
6th The New Inn at Abthorpe.  
29th Hartington, Derbyshire  (Inebriate Tours).
November
9th AGM at the Royal Oak Yet again no change
(minutes done as a Mummer’s Play)
December
26th Boxing Day at The Fox and Hounds at Wardington and the Royal Oak at Eydon. With Eydon Mummers