Welcome to our website!

Unbelievable - we survived the "UK's deadliest county" no less than 9 times!

We are looking forward to our 10th annual fan weekend between 23 and 25 June 2017! Events will include location visits, a Midsomer quiz evening, and a dinner at an exclusive venue with a fabulous star guest!

And for Midsomer fans, for whom a long weekend isn't long enough - why don't you join us for our special extension trip from 26 to 28 June 2017 - we're off to Snowdonia in North Wales!   

E-mail us at midsomermurderssociety@yahoo.co.uk for your info package.

Are you a fan of this TV series? If yes, then you have found the right website! 

Here Midsomer Murders fans from around the globe can join us, see what events we have enjoyed previously, which events we have coming up, buy Society merchandise & lots more! For present ideas for Midsomer fans or to join the Society, please take a look at our online shop.

The Midsomer Murders Society aims to bring fans together, at organised events like the annual "Midsummer in Midsomer" Fan Convention and the smaller events or via our half-yearly newsletters. It's really easy to become a member - just go to the online shop and purchase a years' membership. It's not expensive- the annual membership fee of only £10.00 (single/online) gives you the email newsletter, and also discounts for Society events.

Come to our events and meet fellow fans, make lots of like-minded friends and have fun, while raising funds for good causes at the same time- all profits from the conventions are donated to an annually chosen charity. 

We sincerely hope you feel this is the Society for you to join.  If you have any comments or constructive ideas, or want to get involved behind the scenes, please do get in touch - please remember, this is a Society run by fans for fans, and it can only exist with your support! We would also like to point out that this is an unofficial fan site and we are not connected to Bentley Productions, ITV or the actors. 




Photos: © Claire Steed, Joan Street and Gill Raddings.
Last update: 17 January 2017