House clearance Chislehurst BR7
Few little facts about Chislehurst
The name Chislehurst is derived from the Saxon words "Cisel" means gravel and "hyrst" means wooden hill. Chislehurst include biggest of the ponds and the high street which has many restaurants.
A local attraction in Chislehurst is Chislehurst Caves. The Caves are considered to be very ancient origin. They were originally used to mine flint and chalk. During WWII thousands of people used them nightly as an air raid shelter. The Caves have also been used as a venue for live music. The Caves are reputedly hunted, and Druids are said to have made grisly human sacrifice in their depths. There is a licensed bar and cafe at the caves.
Alan Watts who was a philosopher born and raised in Chislehurst.
George Somers Clark an architect lived in Manor Park and designed a number of local buildings is buried in the Churchyard.