Philip Moore has kindly sent me this group photo of the Summer Outing to Berlin. They really look as though they had a great time.
Leonard receiving the thanks of the Society from Justin Hobson
Leonard and Maureen Chave
Leonard Chave has been the Wynkyn de Worde Society's Archivist since 1992. In recognition of his great service to the Society, he was presented with the brass sun emblems which were created for the Society's anniversary. Leonard has stepped down as Archivist but remains Archivist Emeritus and we expect that he will continue to contribute to the life of the Society for many years to come. Photos courtesy of Colin Dunn.
There are still some books left in this great sale, and now they're even cheaper. The proceeds will go to the Wynkyn de Worde Charitable Trust. For details of what is available and how to buy them, download the PDF.
The Wynkyn de Worde Society said thank you to Margaret Willes, the outgoing chairman, in the traditional way with this gorgeous and unusual slate paperweight. These paperweights are produced every year by an apprentice from the famous Cardozo Kindersley workshop in Cambridge. The chairmanship is gone in a year but former chairmen will be able to cherish the memories and their paperweights forever!