Monthly Archives: November 2006

Preserved Folklore and the Re-Emergence of Lost Tradition

This fortnight’s blog concerns itself with the rediscovery of ‘The Kingston Zodiac’, a vast series of roads, rivers, contours and earthworks, some natural, some artificial, which covers much of what is now South and South West London: an area encompassing … Continue reading

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The Lost Language of British Folklore

The origins of this blog are rooted in a series of lengthy telephone conversations with Jon Dudley and Jill Dudly nee Copper of the celebrated Copper Family folk singing group, with whom I have shared a mutual interest in folk music and … Continue reading

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