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About this site

This site is inspired by the author's interest in the land and ancient ways of the British Isles. It is dedicated in joy, love and gratitude to Brighid. May Her flame always burn brightly in Her land and Her presence continue to be felt by many.

Your feedback, enquiries and suggestions are most welcome. I would be delighted to receive information and / or photographs of places associated with Brighid that you have visited.

Brighid customs, devotional material, art and writing are also welcome. If you would like your own original work to be added to this site, or a link added to your own please, let me know — you will, of course, be fully credited.

Beannachtai Brighde, Paul Williment

 

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Brede, Brede, tar gys my thie, tar dyn thie ayms noght. Foshil jee yn dorrys da Brede, as lhig da Brede e beet staigh.

(Brede, Brede, come to my house, come to my house tonight. Open the door for Brede, and let Brede come in.)

Manx invocation for “Laal Breeshey” - St. Bride's Day

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