STOURBRIDGE was brought to life with a day of dance on Saturday (June 8) staged by the town’s Morris Dancing side Bedcote Morris at the weekend.

More than 150 dancers descended on Stourbridge from across the UK on Saturday June 8 for the annual event which has been a popular day in the calendar for 20 years - and luckily the sun shone for the occasion.

Dancers from many different traditions including Cotswold, Border, North-West and Clog performed across the town centre – by the clock, in Ryemarket Square, by The Duke William pub, by Smithfields Market and St Thomas Church Hall – throughout the day,

The action-packed day of dance was followed by a Ceilidh, similar to a barn dance, which was held on the Saturday evening at St Thomas’s Church Hall in Market Street, hosted by Mr Burton's Soup Club Band.

A spokesperson for Bedcote Morris said: "It's always a fantastic day. We appreciate the support."