The Official Catweazle Fan Club

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So let`s try and keep the The Catweazle Fan Club in the  tradition it was first Started


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'So Proud Of You All'

I just wanted to say how fantastic it is to read how this fan club is treating Geoffrey Bayldon in his late years. I think the OAK idea is a lovely one and have been uplifted by reading all about his new chair and of the plans of the club to do up his garden for him and generally see to his welfare...

I was a big fan of the Actor, Terry-Thomas and cannot help feeling how much better his last years would have been if there had been a club like this to support him. Geoffrey means a lot to a lot of you (me included) and I want you all to know how proud I am of you all for what you are doing...

The statue is amazing and (hopefully) will stand as a lasting testament to the greatness of both Geoffrey as an actor and to the long lasting brilliance/effect of the television show - not to mention as a reminder of all of the cast members and to dear Kip.

I'm sorry not to be able to give my name but I have good reason for not doing so. In spite of the cloak and dagger, however, I mean every word of what I say here and take my hat off to Carol especially, whom I know is the driving force behind the club.

Lots of love and best wishes from a sad, lonely outcast who once belonged...

P.S.) Just to let you all know if you did not already, there is a WONDERFUL CD available at now of the stage version of the 'Worzel Gummidge' musical that followed the end of that series in 1981. Geoffrey features heavily on the album as 'The Crowman' and brings back ever more marvelous memories in the process...

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