Doug joined the ranks of the techie teasmaniacs in February 2002 and has always done his best to answer any questions. Doug specialises in collecting Goblins. Continue reading Doug Fennell
John Atack was one of the loyal little band of teasmaniacs who were so supportive and involved in the early years of this website. I was profoundly sorry to hear that he had died in 2015. He would have been delighted to see the site on track. Continue reading John Atack
Maurice Collins owns a weird and wonderful selection of off-beat antique gadgets, including a clockwork burglar alarm, an electric hair-restoring comb, a finger stretcher, a mechanical envelope sealer and the world’s first ever Sat Nav. His collection also includes two clockwork teasmades. In this video he introduces us to some of the items in his collection and demonstrates Albert Richardson’s Teasmade. Continue reading Maurice Collins
Since joining us Mike has been one of the chief bedposts of Teasmade.info, helping countless visitors with their teasmade problems. He and his wife, Joyce, live in West Yorkshire near Leeds. Continue reading Mike Phelan
Patrick at Clock Repairs and More at Clevedon Craft Centre on the edge of Clevedon near Bristol is a great enthusiast! Telephone 07904 491665 or visit www.clockrepairsandmore.co.uk.
Hello! My name is Sheridan. My interest in teasmades began in 2000. I wanted to start an unusual collection and I settled on teasmades when I was in a rebellious frame of mind. My first husband always disliked the bulk and noise of teasmades and adamantly refused to let me have one! At its peak my collection consisted of 172 teasmades and numerous kettles, clocks and accessories. I firmly believe that it was the largest collection in the world. Continue reading Sheridan Parsons