General RoS Fanclubs
Spirit of Sherwood
Spirit of Sherwood is the official Robin
of Sherwood Fan club since 1990. We are an international club with members
worldwide. We enjoy a lot of input from the series creator and the actors. We
sell exclusive photos, etc.
Spirit of Sherwood
c/o Christine Alexander
5574 NW Deerfield Way
Portland, Oregon 97229
WWW: Spirit of Sherwood On-Line
Other, defunct RoS fanclubs
- Robin Hood North American Branch, US RoS fanclub 1985-1990, newsletter 'A Shot in the Dark'
- Forest, UK RoS fanclub 1986-1988, newsletter 'Sherwood'
- The Robin of Sherwood Society, UK RoS fanclub 1986-1988, newsletter 'Wolfshead'
- Friends of Robin of Sherwood, US RoS fanclub 1990-1993, newsletter 'Journal of Friends of Robin of Sherwood', run by Jeannie Pellerin
Nothing's Forgotten, UK RoS fanclub 1995-1999
'Nothing's Forgotten' was run by Lucy and Dennis Collin.
Membership entitled you to 4 newsletters (also titled
'Nothing's Forgotten') per
year (11 issues were published). T-shirts and other merchandise were also
available. Unfortunately Nothing's Forgotten has stopped end 1999, but they
have restarted as a discussion forum in
Fanclubs for RoS actors
Michael Praed's Fanfare
Fanfare, Michael Praed's (Robin of Loxley) new officially sanctioned fan club,
run by Celeste Moore, started in August 2005.
WWW: Michael Praed's Fanfare
Addie's Faction, the Official Robert Addie (Sir Guy of Gisburne) Fan Club, was
founded in 1998 by Kirsty Robertson. In June 1999 it went on-line on Yahoo!
Valentine Pelka Fan Club
The official fan club for Valentine Pelka (Sarak in The Sheriff of
Nottingham), ran by Gillian Eldridge.
WWW: Valentine Pelka Fanclub
There are several mail lists on Yahoo! Groups
dedicated to RoS actors:
Other, defunct RoS actor fanclubs
Michael Praed Network, Michael Praed fanclub 1991-2003
Michael Praed's (Robin of Loxley) first officially sanctioned fan club
(run by Kate Raymond) started in 1991, was effectively out of order since 2003
and has officially retired with the start of Fanfare. MPNN offered photographs,
fanzines, a privately released album, a web site, field trips, fan club parties,
opportunities to visit Michael on stage, and a newsletter (
'Michael Praed Network Newsletter') giving
updates on Michael's projects, etc.
Guy's Gang, Robert Addie fanclub 1987-1989?
It started out with T-shirts that said 'Guy's Gang' on them. The T-shirts were
fun and the ladies wore them to cons Robert was at and he got a big kick out of
them. They all had their pictures taken together with Robert wearing the
T-shirts and sun glasses, 'cuz Robert was infamous for wearing sun glasses all
through a convention.
Last updated Wed 16 May 2018