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Welcome to the website of the Enid Blyton Society. Formed in early 1995, the aim of the Society is to provide a focal point for collectors and enthusiasts of Enid Blyton through its magazine The Enid Blyton Society Journal, issued three times a year, its annual Enid Blyton Day, an event which attracts in excess of a hundred members, and its website. Most of the website is available to all, but Society Members have exclusive access to secret parts as well! Join the Society today and start receiving your copy of the Journal three times a year. Don't forget also that we have an Online Shop where you'll find back issues of the Journal as well as rare Enid Blyton biographies, guides and more.

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Posted by John Wakefield on July 29, 2015
Re this posting on your forum in 2008 - Re: Five Go Off To Camp, Morris 8 Tourer, Post by Petermax 07 Apr 2008, 20:58, TB3 wrote: On the subject of old cars, anyone thought of trying to track down the bus used by The Barnies? What a good idea. Featured in Five Go Down to the Sea, the Barnies' bus, JXT 482 was what appears to be a post-1950 Bedford OB. A quick check on the DVLA website did not yield any results, nor did a search of the Bedford OB website, www.bedfordob.com/ which has a list of the seventy surviving vehicles of this type. The Bedford OB JXT 482 got reregistered as ESL 175 and survives as a caravan with Chris Triggs of Nantwich.
Posted by Devangana on July 29, 2015
Hi, I just read the autobiography of Enid Blyton. It was fantastic. I suggest that others read it.
BarneyBarney says: In case anyone wants to look for it, the title is The Story of My Life. It's probably only available second-hand now.
Posted by Devangana on July 28, 2015
Hi, I am a new member. I just read 5 chapters of Amelia Jane Again. It was very funny when the pig blew in the air. I also speak German.
Posted by Klaus on July 25, 2015
Hi all, my name is Klaus and I live in Germany. The thing is that I was in tough with books of Enid Blyton many years ago. It was around 1967. Our teacher was reading a book to the pupils. It must have been quite impressive to me, because a few passages are still in my head. So, I've been struggling to find the book he was reading for a long while now. Hope to find a person who can tell the title. I would enjoy finding this book and to read it again after many years. What I remember is the following part of the plot: one boy went to a castle to do some exploration, because it was noticed that at the castle was going on something strange. When he was in the castle he was disturbed by another person, so he quickly ran to an old coffer to hide himself behind it. When he jumped over the coffer he noticed that there was no ground, but a hole, and he fell down deep and was bolstered by a few old mattress which were prepared for someone else. Would be great if anyone could give a hint to find the book with this story.
BarneyBarney says: Castles feature in quite a lot of Enid Blyton books, so I'm not sure which one you're thinking of. I hope someone is able to help.
Posted by Donna on July 23, 2015
Hi. I am trying to track down a poem that started "Amelia Jane went out in the rain and Oh! how the rain did pour." Can anyone help?

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