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Nick Tate Club

Carole Abbs was part of the committee of a Star Trek convention, Terracon, in Leeds in October 1976. She invited Nick to the convention. Nick agreed that Carole could run his fan club, the British Nick Tate Club (see her account). The first newsletter was Spring 1977. Since 1978 it was run by Eileen Skidmore and Phyl Proctor. The club was renamed to the International Nick Tate Club at the end of 1988. Eileen and Phyl continued to produce quarterly newsletters for 39 years. Nick Tate regularly sent news updates about his career and family. Eileen died in 2014. Phyl produced the last newsletter, number 145, in 2015. She died in 2018.

"Breakaway", "the British Nick Tate yearbook". 1978 fanzine, 32 pages, with non-fiction articles by Carole Abbs (Terracon convention), Robin Hill (Pinewood/Bray studio visit), Darlene Palenik (August Party convention). Cover art by Robin Hill.

"Eagle 1" fanzine. 36 pages, cover by Martin East, fiction and poetry by Robin Hill, Melanie Brooking, Janet Ellicott, Amelia Rodgers, Hazel Goddard, Wendy Webster, Stephen Burholt, Anne Lewis, Penny Lansdale.

"Eagle 2" fanzine. 28 pages, cover by Martin East, fiction and poetry by Mary Tchir, Stephen Burholt, Wendy Webster, Phyl Proctor, Martin East, Stephen Mortimer, Barbara Passoff, Sandy Doyle, Mike Turner.

The Broken Gardenia, fan fiction by Phyl Proctor, cover art by Eileen Skidmore.