The Arthur Ransome Society, established in June 1990, is based at the Abbot Hall Museum of Lakeland Life and History in Kendal, England. Here can be seen much Ransome memorabilia of interest: his desk, typewriter and some of his many pipes; a selection of favourite books, and first editions of his novels in many different languages - and much else besides.
The purpose of the Society is to celebrate the life, promote the works, and diffuse the ideas of Arthur Ransome, author of the world-famous 'Swallows and Amazons' series of books for children.

The Arthur Ransome Society
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For further information on Pyramids of Mars, The Impossible Planet and The Satan Pit, the BBC's Doctor Who website will tell you more than you need to know on all three stories. A review of the DVD release of Pyramids, for which Gabriel reprised his role of Sutekh in the Award-Winning comedy short Oh Mummy is available here.
Another recent foray into the world of Doctor Who for Gabriel was to record a second audio adventure with Big Finish, purveyors of all-new Doctor Who stories using the original cast of the BBC series. Click here for information on how to order Thicker Than Water on double CD. Gabriel's other Doctor Who audio adventure, Arrangements of War, is also available.
Sutekh has been given his own range of audio CD adventures. Produced by Magic Bullet Productions, this series can be ordered directly from the website or from all good Sci-Fi shops.