About the things that people put into their homes for protection from evil.
Tells the story of the famous Cottingley fairy photographs, and lists some unanswered questions about the hoax.
England in Particular
Provides details of some of the myths and natural landscapes which bind English communities together. Includes sections on local customs, white horses, the green man, orchards, rivers and trees.
English Fairy Tales
Full text of English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs and illustrated by John D. Batten .
The Folklore Society
Devoted to the study of folklore. Details of events, music, dance and traditional sayings.
Dedicated to the UK's many hill figures including white horses and other geoglyphs, both ancient and modern.
National Centre for English Cultural Tradition
Centre in the University of Sheffield devoted to the study of folklore throughout the country. Includes information about under- and post-graduate modules and courses their archive, and contacts.
A collection of articles and resources about British traditions, folklore, and ancient and holy sites.
Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy
A forum hosted by the University of Chichester where writers and scholars discuss folk narratives, fairy tales and fantasy work; includes events and conferences, news, details of projects and publications, and contacts.
Tam Lin Balladry
A guide to a Scottish Borders ballad about a young man captured by faeries, and the young woman who rescues him. Includes versions, sources and resources, artwork, and a guide to areas of Scotland associated with the tale.
Contains articles examining myths, legends, urban legends and superstitions of the British Isles.
Traditional Drama Research Group
An informal group of researchers with an interest in the history and performance of traditional drama, such as guisers and mummers. Includes an extensive library of resources, diary of performances, publications list, and contacts.
Wiltshire White Horses
Contains information on the history and folklore surrounding all of Wiltshire's white horse chalk figures; includes chronology and FAQ.