This website does not usually carry advertisements but Katie Churn, daughter of Brother Bob Churn of Wolverhampton Circle will donate 10% of sales generated here to the Catenian Bursary Fund. Katy sells her hand-drawn animal prints and posters from her Etsy Shop KathrynChurnDesigns Just type Catenian in the note alongside each item.
I am sorry if you were inconvenienced by yesterday’s lengthy outage. I installed some third-party software which seems to have caused some collateral damage, beyond the help of a backup to fix. Removing the software was relatively easy; finding and fixing the unexpected alterations was not. Anyway, after extensive testing, I think normal service is now resumed.
These pictures are details from an old Toye, Kenning and Spencer brochure from way back in 1999. I imagine that many of the items are no longer available. Certainly, Toye and Kenning would no longer honour these prices! The brochure came to me courtesy of Brother John Kearns (Shrewsbury Circle), who got it from Brother Peter Grannell (Stoke-on-Trent Circle), who inherited it from our late Brother Keith Campbell. I have had several enquiries recently about how to identify the various ribbons and medallions to which we Catenians are partial, so this might help.
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