Tęppa's Tump is a Ladies North West Morris side which was formed in 1981. 

        Our name is taken from  one of the area's outstanding archaeological sites, the burial mound of "Tęppa" a Saxon chieftain who gave his name to Taplow, which is now a very pleasant village on the outskirts of Maidenhead. The burial mound was first excavated in 1883 and yielded a collection of Saxon grave goods, which are now in the British Museum and are second only to the Sutton Hoo Burial Hoard. 

                Each year we donate  to a chosen charity.  To list the donations made click  here    <DONATIONS>

            
                   
                                                                 

We wish to thank all who have given to our collections. If you see us out dancing - please give generously.   

                                                                                                                          We are members of The Morris Federation