1. I just wanted to say thank you as I have been using your website to help piece together different outfits that I am currently selling on behalf of my Auntie. Having a full library of pictures and detailed descriptions has been so helpful and means I’ve been able to accurately describe things to collectors. Your new website looks even better! Thank you 🙂

    1. Thank you for writing, we are so glad we have been able to help you.

  2. Hi I designed the sindy fashions from 1974 to 1985. I started working at Pedigree in 1973. I can see a lot of my work in your pictures

    1. Well thank you Barbara for all your wonderful work! I will write to you, perhaps we can write an article about your designs 😊

  3. Thank you for this website! It is lovely to browse and look at all the Sindy fashion.

    1. Thank you Dawn, we are so pleased you like the new museum. Thank you for writing to us!

  4. What an amazing job you have done with updating your already great website! I hope you know how much help your site is for Sindy collectors all over the world! Thank you so much for everything you do! Love from Sweden, Martina Xx

    1. Thank you Martina for your kind words. Thank you for keeping Sindy alive over in Sweden 💗

  5. Wow! Your website update is incredible!
    I love the banners and the photography is beautiful. Your attention to detail is superb as always.
    Well done Annie and Kathy!

    1. Thank you for writing Susan, so pleased you like the update!

  6. Hi, I have so enjoyed looking at your website. I still have some of the outfits from the 1960s and a wardrobe. Many happy times and memories from my childhood. Sadly I cannot find my original Sindy. Catherine.

    1. We are so pleased you have enjoyed looking at the museum, the detail on some of those 1960s outfits is wonderful, isn’t it. Thank you for writing to us and we hope you are able to find your Sindy!

  7. Thank you so much for a fantastic website – it’s really enjoyable, informative and fun. Last night I noticed an outfit I had never even seen before! Paul’s motorcycling ‘King of the Road’. Love it.

    1. Thank you so much Poppy, King of the Road is great isn’t it. Paul looks a real dude in it. It took Kathy a long time to find that. Hopefully now that folk recognise what it looks like, we will be able to find more.

  8. Amazing website. Just starting to collect sindys again and it is so helpful for identifying the dolls and clothing.

    1. Thank you Lynn, Sindy collecting is very satisfying and rather addictive. We wish you the best of luck with your collecting!

  9. I haven’t looked here for a while, so was delighted to see what you have done!

    Thankyou all so much for your work. Without this site many of us would be in the dark where brochures and leaflets don’t show the outfits fully or show versions that weren’t produced.

    Really thrilled to see it’s fresh new look

    1. Hello Danny, thank you for your kind words. So pleased you like the new look and we are grateful you wrote to us to tell us, that was really good of you.

  10. Hello, my name is Hilary Cunningham and I work for The Novium Museum, Chichester. Myself and others write a monthly historical article for our local paper (The Chichester Observer) and I am currently writing on about a toy factory in Lavant called Good-Wood Toys which produced the Sindy bed. I would love to use your image of the Sindy bed that I have seen on your website and would very much appreciate your permission to use it. I will happily reference your museum and where the photo is from?

    Many thanks,

    1. Hi Hilary, I will write to you to see how we can help you!

  11. Oh my gosh I’ve fallen down a Sindy hole!! This site is AMAZING!!!!! I’m a collector and have had sindy in my life since 1976, my spare room is now The Sindy room. I remember when I was about 8, my brother was really good at woodwork and Christmas day he had made me a huge sindy house with detachable roof so you could reach inside and the front opened up too. We had a toy shop in Rotherham called Coopers toy shop and it had a sindy department, I loved loved loved just going in to have a look and maybe pick up a new outfit if I’d been good. This is my passion, its nostalgic it makes me truly happy and I remember the feeling on Christmas day, the smell of a new sindy being unbowed. Thankyou for this, sincerely.

    1. Hello Ellenor, thank you for this lovely comment. So glad you like the museum! We totally understand the joy and passion of Sindy collecting and we wish you well with your own collecting.

  12. Hello,
    I managed to buy the hi fi stereo of Sindy. It has a pick up and cassettes. And a working radio. But it seems you can only switch it off by picking out the 9v
    battery. A bit disappointing because I thought you could switch it on and off with the on/off knob.
    Do you know if this is normal?

    1. Hi Marion, thanks for your query. I have emailed you with the information you need. Yes the Hi Fi does have an on and off switch. It is the middle black dial on the control panel.

  13. Thank you for putting together this wonderful museum for Sindy doll lovers. Looking through here takes me back to the 60s when I had my Sindy doll. I was thinking of selling mine but now think I’ll be on the look out for some more instead. Lol.

    1. Thank you so much for writing to us. Keeping your 1960s Sindy and collecting some more sounds perfect to us!

  14. Hello,

    I want to thank you for sharing this space & I look forward to witnessing what the future has in store for this Iconic brand.


    Sindy Sis

    1. Very glad you like the museum, thank you! It will be so interesting to see what happens next!

  15. What an amazing website that brings back so many happy memories. Despite being a 1970 Sindy Fan originally, I m in the process of acquiring a couple of second hand Sindys I hope to give a new lease of life. I so pleased to have discovered this passion again 🩷

    1. Thank you for your kind words. We can’t think of a better collecting passion and we wish you well with your collecting.

  16. Thank you for a wonderful website. I have enjoyed remembering the outfits I had for my Sindy in the 1960’s and all your work has been really helpful. My Dad made a lovely wardrobe with a striped pitched roof, shelves and doors for me to store her clothes.I still have her and a few clothes and the wardrobe, but poor lass she is missing a finger and a half and has a rather dented heel – otherwise she is great. Thanks again.

    1. Thank you for this comment Lynn, to our minds, the loss of fingers on early Sindys indicate a well-loved and much played with doll. 1960s home-made wardrobes are just great, made with love and with a great deal of attention. Thank you very much for writing to us and we are really pleased that you enjoyed your visit.

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