Call for Knowledge: Snowy Days in Lewes

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Image from ‘The Snowy Day’ by Ezra Jack Keats

Help me readers, do!

I want to know what you love to do when it snows in Lewes. I can’t claim to be any kind of expert on EVERYTHING to do with kids in Lewes, and we live in a town of hills – there must be so many great ones out there for a day on a sledge.

What’s your top snow-day hill in Lewes? What other associated snow tips do you have? Where do you go for a hot chocolate (or toddy) after a day on the white stuff? Is there anywhere pretty you like to walk when it’s frosty?

Let me know in the comments field below (or email me through the Contact page and I’ll write a post in readiness for when we get a decent pile-up. I’ll credit you (by first name) of course, and if you want to send in photos, so much the better – it’s up to you whether they include your children.

We’ve only been here five years, and in the years it’s snowed, have had either one tiny child, I’ve been pregnant, or we’ve had a three-year-old and a six-month-old baby.

We’ve only ever gone as far as Baxters Field with a sledge (which is admittedly great), so this could be our first real super sledging year – your advice is as much for me as for your fellow readers.

Please friends, share your precious snow knowledge!

Thank you! x

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I’m Kate, a copywriter, brand consultant and editor who creates messages that are clear and clean. I create these for brands and agencies both big and boutique, in areas including design, homes and interiors, travel, fashion, lifestyle, beauty, food, and kids and families. I believe clear, clean messages bolster brands and businesses. They evoke emotion and ignite inspiration, and when written well, they’re easier to absorb – and respond to. I live in Copenhagen and am half-English, half-Danish. I write as comfortably in American English as in British, and behind the scenes I'm also studying Danish. Need help getting your message out? Contact me.

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