The Malcolm Saville Society

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Malcolm Saville (1901 - 1982) is best known as an author of children's series fiction but also wrote books about the English countryside. Millions of children have read Malcolm Saville's adventure stories which are set in real locations which he encouraged his readers to explore for themselves. His principal works involved The Lone Pine Club - a group of children who form a secret society in wartime Shropshire.

The Malcolm Saville Society exists to remember the author and to promote awareness of his work. We publish four magazines each year as well as arranging regular events. For details of the latest issue click on the box to the right →

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Latest news:

Saturday, April 18 2020: AGM

In the absence of being able to meet tomorrow in St Leonards on Sea, the Agenda for what should have been the AGM is available from the members-only page of The Society section for registered members, together with the various annual reports and the financial statement for the last year. The Chairman's Report, in particular, sets out how the Committee proposes to deal with the fact that there will be no ability for members to (re-)elect Committee members for the forthcoming year.

Events | Site updated Saturday, 18 April 2020