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[[Fandom]] in the '''United Kingdom''', has a long and very rich history producing such luminaries in the field as [[Arthur C. Clarke]], [[Vince Clarke]], and [[Peter Weston]] (England) and [[Walt Willis]] and [[James White]] (Northern Ireland).  
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[[Fandom]] in the '''United Kingdom''' has a long and very rich history. It encompasses [[England]], [[Northern Ireland]], '''Scotland''' and '''Wales'''.
  
For an insightful look at the history of [[fandom]] in Britain, see [[Rob Hansen|Rob Hansen's]] ''[[Then]]''. [[Caroline Mullan]] wrote “[[A Short Visual History of British Fandom]].
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[[BNF]]s include [[Ted Carnell]], [[Vince Clarke]], [[Dave Langford]], [[Peter Weston]], [[Walt Willis]] and [[James White]]. There have been seven [[British Worldcons]].
  
The term [[anglofan]] used in Fancyclopedia 2 has dropped out of use, but shows how British fandom was viewed at the time.
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For an insightful look at the history of [[fandom]] in Britain, see [[Rob Hansen]]’s ''[[Then]]''. [[Caroline Mullan]] wrote “[[A Short Visual History of British Fandom]].”
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See ''[[Anglofan]]'' for UK [[fanhistory]] through 1959, and [[:Category:UK]] for a long list of '''Britfan''' doings.  
  
See [[:Category:UK]]
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:17, 19 September 2021

Fandom in the United Kingdom has a long and very rich history. It encompasses England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

BNFs include Ted Carnell, Vin¢ Clarke, Dave Langford, Peter Weston, Walt Willis and James White. There have been seven British Worldcons.

For an insightful look at the history of fandom in Britain, see Rob Hansen’s Then. Caroline Mullan wrote “A Short Visual History of British Fandom.”

See Anglofan for UK fanhistory through 1959, and Category:UK for a long list of Britfan doings.



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