We are pleased to announce that the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library is now able to reopen.
For more than 10 years, the Broadside Day, organised jointly by the Traditional Song Forum and the English Folk Dance and Song Society, has been the gathering place for people interested in street literature and cheap print - broadsides, chapbooks, prints, tracts, penny histories, woodcuts, and so on.
Steve Roud is widely recognised as one of our foremost authorities on folk song. Join him, with the English Folk Dance and Song Society, for this series of six evening online seminars on the social history of traditional song and singing in England up to about 1950 (when the post-war Folk Revival changed things dramatically).
The Vaughan Williams Memorial Library re-opened to the public in December 2020, but is now closed again.
We are starting to make videos of some of our Library Lectures freely available online.
By Nick Wall, Assistant Librarian at the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library.
Read the full blog article here