Hi there! I've been involved with the Anchormen since I was 11 years old. I came down to a practice with my cousin and ended up playing a baritone in the marching band. A few years later in 1991 I started to get very interested in the dance classes. Didn't fully retire from dancing until 2010! (My body was very tired!) I started teaching in 1999 at a local band in Barnsley. From then I've helped out voluntarily all around the country with many different groups. Started helping out the Anchormen again around 2002, at a guess. That turned full time in 2007 and have now been here ever since. I'm self employed, work from home, designing and building websites. Use the link to take a look at some of my previous work. Thanks

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2020 WGUK Yearbook Available

The Anchormen are members of Winter Guard United Kingdom (WGUK) and we are registered with them to compete in our dance competitions. Due to the lock-down, the 2020 WGUK finals competition was cancelled. Although they have still produced a digital version of the 2020 WGUK Year Book. In the Year Book you will find information…

Dance Awards Night 27/04/2019

Photos from our awards night on Saturday 27th April 2019. A collection of photos of all the members and individual awards for most improved, performer and member of the year. Also a special award for A team members member award. There’s also a photo of Mick Moss receiving his Anchormen Hall of Fame trophy for…