The Lewis Carroll Society
The Lewis Carroll Society was founded in 1969 to bring together people with an interest in Charles Dodgson, to promote interest in his life and works, and to encourage research.
The Society has an international membership of scholars, writers, collectors and enthusiasts who simply enjoy reading the books. We are particularly popular with students and people who have heard a little about Lewis Carroll and want to find out more.
The society is a registered charity, nominally based in London, but with members all around the world, and is run entirely by volunteers. As a charity, we are committed to promoting the educational benefits associated with the study of Lewis Carroll's life and works, but without losing sight of the fact that the works are there to be read and enjoyed.