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  • A guide to resources

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      This site is a guide to the most useful Internet resources (largely those on the World Wide Web) for those interested in English folk and traditional music. The coverage of the field is intended to be comprehensive, but the choice of links is selective: I aim to provide pointers to the best and most usable sites. I think I have been reasonably successful in this, but comments and suggestions are always welcome - especially about useful resources I have overlooked.
  • Anker Folk

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      Geoff Veaseys monthly folk programme

    Anker Radio is a voluntary organisation that provides much needed entertainment to patients staying in the George Eliot Hospital, Nuneaton.

  • BBC in North Warwickshire

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      Our local BBC Radio station is BBC Coventry & Warwickshire - Get the latest news from the BBC in Coventry and Warwickshire: Local website with breaking news, sport, weather and travel from the area
  • Coventry & Warwickshire Folk Connection

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      Folk and acoustic music in Coventry and Warwickshire - make the connection here.
  • Folk Magazines Index

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      Over the past thirty years I`ve been to many Folk Music events, based mainly in the North West of England. As a result, I have amassed a number of photos that have never seen the light of day. The Photo Galleries include a selection of these photos. All the photographs on this site are COPYRIGHT Roger Liptrot. They may not be used, reproduced or copied without the consent of the author. I hope that you enjoy browsing !
  • Folk Monthly

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      Folk Monthly is a glossy A5 magazine of 50-60 pages published throughout the year, with a combined issue for August and September. It covers folk and related events across the Midlands, featuring articles, news, reviews & info on clubs, festivals, sessions and central diary pages.

    The magazine costs one pound and is sold at various folk clubs and music shops in the region.

  • Folk Roots Magazine

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      fRoots has a digital edition as an alternative subscription choice. On desktop/laptop computers, click to see a free view of how a full issue of fRoots appears in digital form (for newcomers, by the way, this is exactly what the paper magazine looks like). The digital-only edition offers big financial and environmental savings over the normal paper magazine for overseas subscribers in particular. As well as the desktop digital edition, we now have an iOS/ Android version for iPads and other tablets and smartphones. Download it from the Apple NewsStand or Android store and sample the same free issue there.
  • Folk21

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      We are voluntary group of musicians, organisers and promoters dedicated to supporting Britain's guest-booking folk clubs and local venues and provide a collective voice for Britain's folk club scene. Our purpose is to do what we can to sustain, support and develop a circuit of guest-booking folk venues that thrives today and into the future
  • Folklife Quarterly

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      FQ is a print magazine, also copied online ... Folklife mailing list: emails sent to Members & to advertisers (quarterly deadline-reminders). Spam policy / other mailing lists: non-Members, please do not add us without asking to mailing lists for festivals & concerts, or we will need to block your emails; phone us to unblock. We are not on social media and do not forward emails. Your CDs: Members are welcome to send in publicity; we don`t review folk CDs.
  • Gentlefolk2

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      Norman Wheatley with folk style acoustic music and news from the folk scene around the Midlands and beyond.

    Welcome to Gentlefolk2 - Norman Wheatley with folk style acoustic music and news from the folk scene around the Midlands and beyond. This is a monthly web cast of up to an hour and there’s a new edition on the first day of each month.

  • Heritage & Culture Warwickshire

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      Tourism makes a key contribution to the Warwickshire economy and the quality of life for local people. In 2013, the sector supported over 18,000 jobs, generating some 16 million visits and business turnover in excess of 1 billion pounds for Warwickshire. Warwickshire County Council is committed to the development of tourism and the cultural offer to support economic growth.
  • Macawe on tour

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      Geoff Veaseys` blog of his ventures round the local folk scene
  • North Warwickshire Tourism

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      Tourism in North Warwickshire

    The wheel is the oldest invention known to man. It has been the great enabler, the mechanism that has seen the development of trade and with the trade; we see the growth from local to global communications. This is the story of how the wheel has shaped North Warwickshire into the hub of England. From Chariots - To Salt Carts - To Water Mills - To Stage Coaches - To Pits - To Railways - To Canal turns - To Cars, Lorries And Bicycles - Use the map below to navigate.

  • Nuneaton Information Online

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      Whatever you want to find around Nuneaton; shops, businesses, hotels, pubs, restaurants, clubs, cinemas, theatres, etc. our directory, classified system and events guide will help you to find out what's on around Nuneaton and where to find things in and around Nuneaton. If you can't find what you want in Nuneaton use the Towns/Cities information to search in other places near Nuneaton. Whatever you need to know about Nuneaton this is the place to start. Submit or read articles, search the directory, find out what is going on in your area, advertise for free and much more.
  • The Electronic and Printed Folk Resource

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      Jane Keefer, who is now retired from her third fulltime career as a librarian was most recently employed as a reference librarian at Portland Community College and Lewis & Clark College in the Portland area. She also held science and chemistry librarian positions at West Chester Unversity, Johns Hopkins University and Eastern Michigan University. and continues her library work with occasional on-call reference desk work at Portland Community College. Her first career was as a research scientist in Chemical Physics and she has a PhD in Chemistry.
  • The English Folk Dance and Song Society

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      EFDSS is the national folk arts development organisation for England. We are here to champion the English traditional arts music, song, dance, storytelling, customs and traditions as part of the rich and diverse cultural landscape of the UK.
  • The Living Tradition Magazine

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      The Living Tradition is a full colour, bi-monthly Folk & Traditional music magazine that has been in publication for well over 10 years now. In that time we have managed to build a great reputation and solid readership base around the globe. Based in Ayrshire, Scotland, a dedicated team of folk and traditional music enthusiasts are the people responsible for the running of The Living Tradition, with their past experience ranging from events organisation to live performing.
  • The Mike Harding Folk Show

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      Mike Hardings very popular webcast
  • The Mudcat Cafe

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      If you're looking for a song, you'll often find it right here in the Digital Tradition Folk Song Database. Feel free to post a request, but we ask you to use the search box in the upper-left corner of this page (and most other Mudcat pages) to search the database and forum for your lyrics before you post a request for them. We have some 9,000 folk songs in the database, so it's one of the best places to look. Even if your song isn't in the database, our search engine will also search the forum for songs that may not yet have been included in the database.
  • Traditional Music Library

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      A huge archive of traditional, folk & old music - song-books with lyrics & chords, tune-books, sheet-music, scores, old songs, midi backing tracks, tabs, music lessons & theory, learn to play guides for various instruments, chord diagrams, scales and other music educational & academic reference materials.

Last Updated: Friday, 13-Jan-2017