ashmolean museum, Benfield and Loxley, C.S. Lewis Foundation, car plant, Cheney School, Chronicals of Narnia, Clive Staples Lewis, CS Lewis, Headington Quarry, Kiln Lane, Oxford, oxford ring road, Risinghurst
Sunday 20th January 2013
This, I suppose should be read as a sequel for my previous entry, “In search of the Quarrymen.” The author CS Lewis worshipped and was buried in Headington Quarry, in Oxford but actually lived about half a mile away, in Risinghurst.
These days Risinghurst is a suburb on Oxford’s eastern edge, and is separated from Headington Quarry by the Eastern by-pass section of the Oxford Ring-Road. Unlike Headington Quarry there are fewer clues to its past. As you walk up the slight incline of Kiln Lane, you are unaware Continue reading