Bailiúchán Béaloidis Árann

Copyright and attribution


Bailiúchán Béaloidis Árann holds the rights to the digital images, audio recordings, and digital videos in this collection, and all rights are reserved.

The material on this site is made available under the CC BY-NC 4.0 licence. The data can be used non-commercially. If data from Bailiúchán Béaloidis Árann is used, it must be attributed as follows including hyperlinks (the title between double quotation marks to be changed as appropriate):

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How to reference this website

Bailiúchán Béaloidis Árann, Dú, Gaois, Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, Dublin City University, 2022


The community project Bailiúchán Béaloidis Árann was established to collect the folklore of the island, to preserve it, and to cultivate it for future generations of islanders. We are grateful to all of those who so generously made photographs available to Bailiúchán Béaloidis Árann. Bailiúchán Béaloidis Árann is a not-for-profit enterprise. The collection was created by a community group under professional guidance. Every effort has been made to identify each of the various creators featured in the collection, observing due diligence throughout. We welcome corrections and enquiries regarding the content on this website via email to

National Folklore Collection Preservation Policy

The National Folklore Collection (NFC), University College Dublin, is committed to preserving the digital objects accessible on this site in a secure and resilient storage environment. The NFC will ensure the long-term management, security and integrity of all digital assets in its care. The NFC adheres to established standards and best practice in relation to digital capture, processing and sustainability of digital assets.

Sensitive material

Bailiúchán Béaloidis Árann has a duty of care to all those who participated in their various collections. On this basis, and in keeping with policies developed by our partner, the National Folklore Collection, access to certain material is restricted if it is deemed likely to cause embarrassment or offence. The sensitive status of this material is continually being reviewed and if you require further information please contact us. If you come across any unsuitable material in the transcriptions, contact us ( and we will look into it without delay.