Typical activity is relatively light, with 300 to 400 pages being downloaded per day (having discounted any obvious robots) from http://www.webfeet.org and the earlier http://www.ftech.co.uk/~webfeet/

The numbers...

Total Pages Search Engines etc
Webfeet 11370578 4408220
News 688962 343078
Search 2558344 1301305
Speed the Plough 58488 37274
Schottisches 20835 7352
Map 1271089 468528
County 231681 38473
English Ceilidh 2219574 758830
Audio 70384 23591
Bands 872088 326857
Dates 180690 71952
Dances 525531 151008
Tracks 208910 83231
Contra 218011 136261
English Folk 599062 253839
Bands 117996 43016
Dates 103903 38112
Cajun 113268 48270
Bands 24583 10455
Dates 32372 13417
French Traditional 103212 34102
European 141454 62295
Bands 38930 15255
Dates 37049 16047
International 62845 27449
Dates 27111 11935
Morris 157290 63974
Beasts 29499 12608
TVM 56188 23495
Festivals 137148 39311

The usage statistics start early March 1995 when the original server switched to keeping Common LogFile Format files. Earlier access information has been lost (the site was launched in August 1994) - the total usage of the site would be slightly higher but not appreciably so.

The first column of stats above includes both actual and robot accesses. The last column shows the hits from recognised robots; including Lycos, Alta Vista, Opentext, Info and Euroseek, Excite, Googlebot, Webcrawler, Inktomi, Alexa, Magellan, Northernlight, Planetsearch, Virgin, Wisewire and Muscat

The disclaimer...

Don't forget the obligatory disclaimer needed for any Web stats, that these figures can only really be used as an indication. On the one hand it is highly likely that caching servers will serve copies from their cache (and reduce the counts) and on the other hand determined robots can sweep though the complete site in an hour or two (inflating the counts).

For further information check the Cranfield explanation about the inaccuracy of Web hit statistics