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Noddy and Big Ears BIG Picture

I couldn’t resist sharing these photographs from our Noddy and Big Ears BIG Picture event.  The event happened during half term, and involved visitors (of all ages!) in contributing to a life-size picture of Noddy and Big Ears.    The … Continue reading

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Repackaging in progress

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Boxes of boxes

This morning, we took delivery of several boxes of folders and melinex sleeves for repackaging the Enid Blyton typescripts.  These are all conservation grade materials, and will hopefully ensure it’s easy for researchers to access the typescripts, while also providing … Continue reading

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More pins!

The last of the rusty pins have finally been removed from our Enid Blyton typescripts!  To celebrate, I thought I’d share a couple of photographs – one showing some damage done to the Noddy in Toyland typescript by a rusty … Continue reading

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Christmas presents

This week I’ve been cataloguing some of the books which we acquired as part of the Enid Blyton Collection.  Four of these books were given as presents by Enid to her two daughters, Gillian and Imogen, and have been inscribed … Continue reading

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‘Noddy on his Travels’

Following on from my post about Noddy records produced by EMI, I have been sent scans of the record sleeve for ‘Noddy and His Travels’.  The information on the back of the sleeve appears to confirm my theory that two … Continue reading

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As I mentioned in my last post, Enid Blyton used pins to insert new pieces of text into the typescript for The River of Adventure.  Pins, like paperclips and staples, have a nasty tendency to rust over time.  This rust, … Continue reading

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