Tag Archives: Beaconsfield

Blyton’s Britain, part 1

Thanks to a comment on one of my previous posts, from a reader saying that it would be nice to have a list of locations that Enid Blyton used for inspiration and where she lived, I have decided to put … Continue reading

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Enid Blyton’s The Enchanted Village

Fiona and I visited Bekonscot last year, to see the scale model village and especially the scale model of Blyton’s house. It was an enchanting little place, except I wasn’t quite as excited by it all as Fiona was! On … Continue reading

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Beaconsfield, Bekonscot, Blyton Close and a little bit of Bourne End

Gosh, that’s an awful lot of Bs in the title! However Enid Blyton seemed to be all about the Bs. I mean she grew up in Beckenham, and lived with Hugh Pollock there for a couple of years when they … Continue reading

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Stef and I have had a very Blyton-y weekend! I’ve been down staying with her so we’ve gone on lots of trips. We’ve been to Blyton Close (the site of Green Hedges), Bekonscot the model village of Beaconsfield which has … Continue reading

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Enid Blyton’s Blue Plaque Appeal

Now, before you get confused, we are posting on a Tuesday, but it won’t disrupt our schedule. The second part of Aaron’s review on The Children of Cherry Tree Farm is still ready to go up for tomorrow, but this … Continue reading

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