It is not known whether Morris dancing was ever practised in the region in the dim and distant past. In recent times Morris was introduced to Pembrokeshire in 1992 with the formation of `Morys ar y Clwt' in the North of the county. This team is still going strong though it's had a name change to `Carreg Las' and it's repertoire of dances changed from a mixture of Cotswold and Border dances to strictly Border.

Morys ar y Clwt dancing outside the Webley Hotel, Poppit, in 1992.

Some members of the team also started a junior Morris side in South Pembrokeshire which was active for 4 or 5 years. This was the `Naffer Joes Junior Morris' based in Tavernspite who performed a mixture of dances from the Cotswold, Border, and Welsh traditions..

Naffer Joes dancing at the Uton upon Severn Folk Festival in 1998.

In 2006 a few dancers and musician left Carreg Las to start a Northwest Morris team based in Llanfallteg near Narberth. This was known as `Landsker Clog Morris' and was active for about one and a half years...

Landsker performing by the riverside in Pembroke in 2007.

...before morphing into the Border Morris side `Heb Enw Morris'. The name literally translates as `No Name Morris'. Since its formation in 2008, Heb Enw have performed all over Pembrokeshire and as far afield as the Upton on Severn Folk Festival, the Chepstow Wassail and Mari Lwyd, the All Wales Morris in Llanidloes, mid Wales, and at the Cadi Ha Morris day of dance near Caernarfon in North Wales.

Dancing in our original kit of newspaper rags in Tenby, 2008.
For 2009 we changed to material rags instead as we regularly
left a trail of paper wherever we danced!

Below Chepstow castle, July 2010.

Dancing at Tafarn Sinc, Rosebush, in 2013 with Carreg Las.