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The Randolph Caldecott Society UK

The 1977/8 exhibition of Randolph Caldecott's work at Manchester Library inspired Kenn Oultram, a Cheshire journalist, to form a Society to promote a greater interest in the work of this Chester-born artist.  The Society's inaugural meeting was held on 18 June 1983, and there have been two or more meetings each year since then.

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FREE Leaflet

Our Leaflet about Randolph Caldecott, the Society and how to join, is available for FREE download.  It is an A4 sheet, double-sided, with full-colour miniature reproductions of some of Randolph's pictures, in Adobe PDF format.  Please give copies to anyone who would be interested!

To download RCSLFLT.PDF
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Leaflets by snail-mail

If you can't download the leaflet but would like copies posted to you, please write enclosing a SAE* and saying how many copies you require, to our 
Publicity Officer, Gerald Grant,
16 Tintern Avenue,
Upton by Chester,
Cheshire, CH2 1SB
England

*: Stamped, Addressed Envelope.

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