We have received help from many people and organisations. We list some of the more significant, and hope we have included you all.  Apologies for any omissions

Peter Cripps of Glosfolk for encouragement to get the project started and the Glosfolk commitee for their project support

The Vaughan Williams Memorial Library for cooperation over Cecil Sharp manuscripts and photographs

The Library of Congress Folklife Center, Washington DC for permission to use a photograph from the Carpenter Collection.

The Rotary Club of Cheltenham Cleeve Vale for their welcome donation

Clare College Cambridge Archives for permission to use the Cecil Sharp manuscripts and to reproduce the Home Page image of “The Holly and the Ivy”.

Johnny Coppin for permission to use a track from ‘West Country Christmas

Martin & Shan Graebe for research and web-site management advice

John Kirkpatrick for permission to use a track from “Carolling and Crumpets”.

Tony Barrand for permission to use a track from “Nowell Sing we Clear”.

Steve Roud for providing a copy of his invaluable database.

Gef Lucena for advice on copyright. (Saydisc)

Folksong researchers and collectors Richard Chidlaw, Gwilym Davies, Nick and Mally Dow, Lewis Jones, Andrew Kennet, Roy Palmer, Peter Shepheard and Mike Yates who have been so generous with their information-sharing.

All the performers and their descendants for keeping the memories of these old songs and traditions alive.