An interview with Terry Philpot, author of Secret Lewes


Terry Philpot

As Lewes is my home town there was so much that I wanted to learn about its history and architecture, of the historical figures who formed it or passed through it. When I read Secret Lewes by Terry Philpot, my wish came true – it is an absolute treasure trove of historical insight and all the places that I pass on a daily basis came alive with incredible stories from hundreds of years ago. Continue reading “An interview with Terry Philpot, author of Secret Lewes”

No place like… a Lewes Home

Here I am, in Lewes

I’m guessing, that if you’re reading this then you already know Lewes (although, if not then it is pronounced Loo-iss rather than Looz – I used to be a phonics consultant, can you tell?) I am also guessing that if you know it then you love it, just like I do. So this first post is a little bit about how I came to be here with my family, in this simply beautiful town nestled into the South Downs National Park. Continue reading “No place like… a Lewes Home”