welcome to Chiltington Laneby C L Scribbler - Summer (at last) 2016
can you say about a short stretch (about a mile) of quiet English country
lane in East Sussex which leads nowhere, nothing ever happens, and not many
This is my 10th year of living here and as I work from home in about
the middle of this lane I thought I'd make a little list. This and the
stories connected will be shared with you on this blog in the months ahead. To
give you a taste of what's to come tentative topics include:-
Man in a hat (Cyrano)
the iron horse
a sticky trek to Blackcap
We're Singing in
in and about the lane
Our little Roman winterbourne
clop - the hum of traffic
inexactly is Chiltington Lane?
Lanes which feed into Chiltington
Bridges of Chiltington Lane (unfinished)
Snatches of cyclists'
conversations breezing by
Other web sites which
talk about Chiltington Lane
Oh what fun we had when they
resurfaced the road
Pubs you can walk to easily and not so easily from
Where does the dotted Roman Road cross Chiltington Lane?
What to tell visitors and delivery drivers when it might be raining
ChiltingtonLane.com - yes this
really is the home page
|Despite the amazing biodiversity in Chiltington
Lane which includes common creatures like toads (which luckily run faster than
one can push a lawnmower) and the less often seen seasonal sea trout we
haven't as yet see any caviar fish swimming around in open lakes.
may be because we don't have any lakes suitable for them to swim in yet. I'd
like to keep it that way.
|Even before you saw this web site you may already
have been thinking - what a charming and delightful place Chiltington Lane is.
How can I spend more time looking around the area if I don't live nearby or know
someone who does? Well - you don't have to compromise by staying as far away as
|B&B's in and about