AOHG makes no charge for public access to its transcript archive. However, there are some restrictions on copying text and use of the material, as follows:
Subject to the above conditions, you may copy and use extracts from the transcript archive.
- 1. Copyright of all interviews, sound and transcription, is owned by Ambleside Oral History Group or the relevant archive owners.
- 2. No reproduction is permitted for commercial use or personal gain before negotiation with the Ambleside Oral History Group. Any plans for such use must be stated in a signed declaration, before permission will be considered. (For use in Learned Papers, special arrangements may apply.)
- 3. For non-commercial use, copyright law rules that no more than 25% of a transcript's contents may be copied without permission.
- 4. Any publication of archived material, whether or not for commercial purposes, must acknowledge the source as "Ambleside Oral History Group" or the relevant archive.