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Monday #415

In Scotland we are now allowed to meet in groups of four outdoors, and it’s even getting almost warm enough to sit outside comfortably! The Faraway Tree covers through the years and Five Have Plenty of Fun The real Green … Continue reading

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An Interview with Enid Blyton

I know it should be Fiona’s blog today, but she’s been at work and isn’t feeling too good, so I’m take over just for today, I hope you don’t mind! Now before you get all excited, I feel I have … Continue reading

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Enid Blyton’s The Enchanted Village

Fiona and I visited Bekonscot last year, to see the scale model village and especially the scale model of Blyton’s house. It was an enchanting little place, except I wasn’t quite as excited by it all as Fiona was! On … Continue reading

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Green Hedges – The inspiration for my watercolour

by Julie Heginbotham To any Enid Blyton fan, Green Hedges, Enid’s home in Beaconsfield from 1938 to 1968 was the most famous address known to them. On all of my 60s hardback dust jackets of the Famous Five by Hodder & Stoughton, … Continue reading

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