Sciorr are mainly daughters of
members of Sheffield City Morris Men and Irish Dances have been part of the Sheffield
City Morris International repertoire since 1993, when Emily (then aged
6) and Ellen (aged 7) danced in Ecuador..
At first we pronounced it to rhyme with the Sheffield vernacular for 'stop it' (give over) - gee-o'er! - but academic research (Google!) has determined that 'io' is a diphthong pronounced as the 'i' in the English 'miss'.
The double 'r' remains a mystery - should
it be rolled? Some double consonants have an additional 'grace' vowel
added (Dublin becomes Dubalin, film becomes filum)
but we can find no mention of double 'r'. If anyone can offer
definitive information we will be grateful.
However, we are no wiser on pronunciation!