Sindy on Social Media

(Scroll down to read the amazing Mam’selle Sindy Doll Magazine by Bonita Turner.)

TLSM are trying to sort today’s “trends” in how we communicate and intersect in the Sindy community by showing some of the used ways to do so.

This is not just links to the different sites, it’s also interviews I’ve done with the persons behind!

Don’t miss out on getting to know them better! Click on the pictures below!


2011 Helena Högberg

2016 Julie Campbell


2018 Rachel Godfroy
2018 Kellie Hardie
2020 Jo Chafer


2014 Sue Scrase
2015 Cathy Howard
2016 Matthew Hadley
2018 Bonita Turner
2020 Karen
2023 Dionne Bramall


Club-Sindy, Lennart Nygren
2017 Frankie Sinclair
2021 Michele Jassie


2016 Sindy Obsessed
2020 Maria Blomkvist

There are a lot of different types of Social Media and if you know of any great account, regarding Sindy, that you’d like me to check out, please contact TLSM!

Persons with a lot of Sindy knowledge and/or collections:

Angelina Bambolina

Karen Baca


Sandy Jennings

Carina Lundström


TLSM loves Mam’selle Sindy Doll Magazine and have the human sized paper issues for the visitors to read, at the museum.

Sit down and enjoy the view or read one of the amazing Mam’selle Magazines!

This is the description of the magazine by themselves:

London, GB. “Hello Dolls! Welcome to Mam’selle! A mini magazine for Sindy doll lovers, fans and collectors. We hope to showcase what makes Sindy – the doll you love to dress launched in 1963 – so special even today. With interviews, editorial and photography, here we will connect with our loyal Sindy doll community and ensure Sindy is loved forever more.”

You can read each issue digitally if you click on a picture below.