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       Surrey & Sussex                       of interest to printers and railway
                                             enthusiasts alike, and could have
       Branch                                gone on considerably longer than the
       Print ‘n’ Paper Open Day              allotted hour.
                                               The event  was characterised by
                                             the usual enthusiasm for fi nding
             n Saturday 25th March Surrey    bargains, meeting friends old and
             & Sussex Branch opened the      new and enjoying printing chat.
       Odoors of Merstham Village            The quote of the day came from a
       Hall to welcome other BPS friends     non-member who had come from
       and members of the public, some       Kent especially to hear the talk, who
       of whom were local but others         gazed down the hall at the stalls, the
       from much further afi eld, to our      displays of printing and the groups
       Print ’n’ Paper event. The hall was   engaged in conversation, and said
       fi lled with tables of goods to buy,   “This is seventh heaven!”
       demonstrations of bookbinding and
       lino-cutting to watch, tempting raffl e                  Libby Green (10855)
       prizes and appetising refreshments.
         The highlight of the day was a talk
       by Mark Ovenden entitled Johnston
       & Gill – very British Types, which was

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