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Re: catweazle weekend

After all those sad events of the past weeks it was good to see you all again at "Kings Farthing" and to realize that Catweazle will never die. We are looking very much forward to the future projects of the fanclub and it is great to be part of it.
Salway! Dalmay!! Adonay!!!
Jürgen, Elkin and Sandra

Town/City Wetzlar

Country Germany

Re: catweazle weekend

I have to say to the members of the club that these three wonderful people are always a welcome part of any Catweazle event. Your support your loyalty and the effort you make to get to Britain to take part on the Catweazle weekends is truly magnificent. You ALWAYS without fail give to any and all projects and events we do to futher the cause. It is a pleasure to have you with us and an even greater pleasure to see you whenever you can make it. A big hug and thanks to you Jurgen, Elkin and Sandra.
We also had the lovely Markus and Sylvia from Germany join us again this year. Again such a lovely couple - always willing to join in and partake of all our pleas and hopes. Big hugs to you too.
I think that we can make the 50th anniversary a great international event. Catweazle was such a big hit in Germany, Holland, Australia and many more countries - wouldn't it be great to get a representation from each country and have a great get together in friendship.

Re: catweazle weekend

I second that Carol, we always get support from our German brothers and Sisters, just to add I and Sue are still ambassadors for the club and welcome any queries from overseas members which they may have if you are thinking of doing Hexwood one year, please feel free to email me at with any concerns such as travel, accomodation etc, just to finish what a fantastic week end, didn't want it to end, The Magic Lives On !!

Town/City Southampton

Country UK

Re: catweazle weekend

Absolutely - and if any of our European or Australian etc. would like to form a representation at our 50th Catweazle event, do get in touch. In this day and age it would be lovely to show tat Catweazle can bring people together in love and friendship for this magical series and beautiful cast and writer. - Simply the best!