Chris Scoble

Christopher  Scoble was born in Hampshire in 1943 but grew up in East Kent. He is also author of Fisherman’s Friend, a life of Stephen Reynolds (edited) A Poor Man’s House by Stephen Reynolds, Colin Blythe, lament for a legend, a biography of the England left-arm bowler who died n World War I, Letters from Bishopsbourne, three writers in an English village, and Under Shrub Hill, a Chestfield childhood. He lives in Dorset.

Julliberrie’s Grave

For more years than man can remember a long barrow (the classic monument of the Neolithic age) has stood on the high cliff overlooking the River Stour at Chilham in Kent, like a white chalk mark on a ravishing landscape. Who might have been buried here has been a mystery…