Vintage web project
Crowds line the main street in Helston, Cornwall to watch the annual children's Furry dance (also known as the Flora) during Salute the Soldier week. The Furry Dance takes place every year on May 8 (or the Saturday before if May 8 falls on a Sunday or Monday). In Helston, May 8, the Feast of St. Michael, is called Furry Day. It is a celebration of the passing of Winter and the arrival of Spring. 9th May 1944.
|Color||Black & White|
|Keywords||1940s,1944,children,clothing,crowds,dance,dancing,fashion,formal clothes,high street,people,tradition,traditional,wartime|
|Credit||Mirrorpix / GIW Photos|
This photo license is intended for editorial use only. Single Use in context. For all advertising and other non-editorial uses contact the GIW office for further information.
If located in the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Eire, kindly contact Mirrorpix directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
License Type: Rights Managed