Perhaps two or three songs are sung.
The woman or man of the house usually gives them some money - anything from a penny to a shilling, when they are about to leave.
They are always thankful for what they receive.
Each house in the district is visited and with the money they receive they buy sweets, cakes and fruit and have a merry feast.
The custom is alas beginning to die out. Some years ago grown ups went around as 'Brigidogs' and their visits were enjoyed.
They often went out nightly for a week or more; but now only children share in the fun.
Scoil: Beann Gulban (uimhir rolla 3301)
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