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Wordless Wednesday – 23/1/13 – CS Lewis’s lamp-post

19 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – 23/1/13 – CS Lewis’s lamp-post

  1. The lamp posts on our very modern estate are modelled on this one. How much better to have the real thing nearby, especially in this Narnia-ish weather :)

    • Hi VP
      It is a very copied style. I have to confess that this isnt the actual one CS Lewis based his own, that one is round the other side of Malvern.

    • Hi Cathy

      It is believed that the actual inspiration for CS Lewis’s gas lamp in the Lion, Witch and Wardrobe is one on the other side of Malvern to me. However, all the gas lamps in Malvern are from the same period and are of similar design. They are lovely and light my journey home at this time of year

    • Hi Alex
      I believe the actual one is near the back of St James Primary School in West Malvern. CS Lewis went to school in Malvern hence the association

  2. Thank you for sharing this one, Helen! My husband & I are huge fans of Lewis. Whenever we finally get the money to travel to the UK… in 5 years?… in amongst all of the garden touring, I have promised that we could stop in Oxford at the Eagle & Child to see where Lewis and Tolkien met to discuss their writing.

  3. How lovely! I had completely forgotten about C S Lewis’s connection with Malvern. Why can’t we all have nice lamp posts instead of those ghastly reinforced concrete monstrosities? I can see the point of them on motorways but not in residential areas.

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