BOOKS Why was the Partridge in the Pear Tree? by Mark Lawson-Jones, (History Press, 2012) Twenty Years at St Hilary by Bernard Walke (Truran, 2002) The Folk-Lore of Herefordshire by Ella Mary Leather (Lapridge Publications, 1991) The Sheffield Book of Village Carols edited Ian Russell (online at villagecarols. org.uk) WEBSITES Local/Village Carols
localcarols.org.uk and villagecarols.org.uk Both of these websites carry news of carol singing events, workshops and other Sheffield Carol information. The Waits Website
townwaits.org.uk Features everything you need to know about the Waits and the International Guild of Town Pipers. West Gallery Music Association
wgma.org.uk The digital home of the West Gallery Music Association. Henry Williamson Society
henrywilliamson.co.uk The website of the Henry Williamson Society has reproduced a copy of Williamson’s letter to his mother about wartime carol singing. VISIT Cecil Sharp House 2 Regent’s Park Road, London NW1 7AY
cecilsharphouse.org The headquarters of the English Folk Dance and Song Society is home to the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library. It has produced resources including The Full English, a useful and free online searchable database of music-related items ( vwml.org.uk/ search/search-full-english). St Hilary Church and Heritage Centre St Hilary, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 9DQ
museumsincornwall.org.uk/St-HilaryHeritage-Centre/Cornwall-Museums The centre at St Hilary Church is open from Easter to October and at other times by arrangement. It holds scripts of Bernard Walke’s Christmas plays among other items of interest. CD On Christmas Day, a 2011 collection of Ralph Vaughan Williams carols, includes Twelve Traditional Carols from Herefordshire performed by Derek Welton (baritone) and Iain Burnside (piano).