Pat Reesby
Pat Reesby asked:

I read 'Shadow the Sheep Dog' as a young child, and was oddly affected by the passage where Johnny falls down a steep cliff and knocks himself out. It was one of my favourites, along with 'Hollow Tree House'. I wonder where Enid Blyton envisaged it, as surely there are no 'mountains' in England apart from the hills of the Lake District?

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Margaret Grant Author There are plenty of mountains in England (the Pennines, the Chilterns, the Malvern Hills, the Cheviots, and even more if we include the whole of Britain. I am sure she envisaged the South Coast of England, where there are many cliffs.
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