The Enid Blyton Society


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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 Sue on November 30, 2015
Loved junket when I was little in the 1940s, much nicer than blancmange and the later Angel Delight type desserts. My kids loved it too. Still make, using non animal rennet as veggie - give it a go! I still have a bottle of Miss Muffet Strawberry Junket Essence saved from the 1940s in my kitchen (decorative purposes only!!)
Posted by Snehalatha on November 30, 2015
We can turn poison to medicine - we are blessed in having such a lovely writer as Enid Blyton whose books give such happiness to readers, young and old alike.
Posted by Vivek on November 30, 2015
Any chance at all of another Enid Blyton Day? Seems like the last one was in 2012. Would be great if it could be pulled off somehow!
BarneyBarney says: Never say never, but it simply hasn't proved possible to get speakers in recent years. Tony Summerfield organised brilliant Enid Blyton Days year after year, of a very high standard, and it's necessary to have interesting and entertaining speakers around which to build everything else. If you follow our discussion forums, you'll see that there have been smaller Blytonian gatherings from time to time - e.g. at Old Thatch in Well End; at Beckenham to see the houses where Enid Blyton grew up; and at Beaconsfield to visit Bekonscot Model Village and the site of Green Hedges. These meet-ups are quite informal and are not like the Enid Blyton Days at Twyford, but they do offer a chance for Blyton fans to get together.
Posted by Lawrence on November 29, 2015
What is junket and why did people eat it?
BarneyBarney says: Junket is a milk pudding made with sweetened milk and rennet. It was popular as a light dessert at the time Enid Blyton was writing - it features in her story 'Junket Through the Window'.
Posted by EB's GF on November 28, 2015
Forget it! Just forget it. But no matter how hard I try, I just cannot... Is there any way to forget this melancholy day?
BarneyBarney says: It may be the anniversary of Enid Blyton's death but we can view it as a time to celebrate her life and be grateful for all her wonderful books, rather than as a time to mourn. After all, she has left a truly astonishing legacy of stories and characters which continue to enthral children as much as they ever did. That is something to rejoice over!

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