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The Yarlington Wassail is a Wassail held in the village of Yarlington, Somerset, England, and dating from the 17th century. The Wassail, which has not been held for many years, was revived in January 2012 by the Brue Valley Rotary Club. The Wassail began outside the local Pub, the Stag's Head Inn, with music and dance performed by the Wyvern Jubilee Morris Men. There was then a noisy procession to a local orchard where the Wassailing Carol (see below) was sung, the Wassail Queen placed slices of bread soaked in cider in the oldest tree in the orchard. Cider was then poured around the base of the tree and a shotgun was fired into the night sky. After drinking mulled cider and apple juice the procession returns to the local pub. The Wyvern Jubilee Morris Men then performed a Mummers Play. A

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  • The Yarlington Wassail is a Wassail held in the village of Yarlington, Somerset, England, and dating from the 17th century. The Wassail, which has not been held for many years, was revived in January 2012 by the Brue Valley Rotary Club. The Wassail began outside the local Pub, the Stag's Head Inn, with music and dance performed by the Wyvern Jubilee Morris Men. There was then a noisy procession to a local orchard where the Wassailing Carol (see below) was sung, the Wassail Queen placed slices of bread soaked in cider in the oldest tree in the orchard. Cider was then poured around the base of the tree and a shotgun was fired into the night sky. After drinking mulled cider and apple juice the procession returns to the local pub. The Wyvern Jubilee Morris Men then performed a Mummers Play. A
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  • The Yarlington Wassail is a Wassail held in the village of Yarlington, Somerset, England, and dating from the 17th century. The Wassail, which has not been held for many years, was revived in January 2012 by the Brue Valley Rotary Club. The Wassail began outside the local Pub, the Stag's Head Inn, with music and dance performed by the Wyvern Jubilee Morris Men. There was then a noisy procession to a local orchard where the Wassailing Carol (see below) was sung, the Wassail Queen placed slices of bread soaked in cider in the oldest tree in the orchard. Cider was then poured around the base of the tree and a shotgun was fired into the night sky. After drinking mulled cider and apple juice the procession returns to the local pub. The Wyvern Jubilee Morris Men then performed a Mummers Play. A traditional meal of pork with apple sauce was followed by apple crumble with custard. The Wassailing Carol that was sung was: Old apple tree we wassail theeAnd hoping thou will bearFor the Lord doth know where we shall be'Till apples come another year. For to bear well and to bloom wellSo merry let us beLet every man take off his hatAnd shout to the old apple tree Old Apple tree we wassail theeAnd hoping thou will bearHat fulls, Cap fullsThree bushel bag fullsAnd a little heap under the stair There is also a song called the Yarlington Wassail.
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