Sunday, 30 September 2007

Two minute "name game"

I have been challenged to use the letters of my middle name as the first letters of significant words. I'm doing this very quickly now off the top of my head, or it might never get done:

Southgate corridor - an area I have tried (and still am) to get traffic calming
Toper Lane - a quiet offshoot of Raingate Street
Eyre Close - with its peaceful square, behind Cathedral meadows
Pinners Way - the far western end of Abbeygate ward from Southgate Green
Honey Hill - alongside elegant St Mary's church
Euston Close - part of a development off Hospital Road and Mill Road
Nelson Road - which had a residents' garden party today that I was sadly unable to attend

Sorry its a bit of a cop-out Picklesmum, but I hope better than nothing.

3 comments:

21st Century Mummy said...

Honey Hill is beautiful - I wandered down there yesterday and tried to capture its loveliness on camera, which was pretty hard to replicate.

picklesmum said...

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S ! !
Even though it took you a while, you are the first councillor to complete this challenge. Shame on t'other two!!

david said...

PM - I keep telling you that I haven't got a middle name. Neither has my brother, or my mother, or any of her 5 brothers and 2 sisters. I come from a family which on my mother's side at least, doesn't believe in middle names.

The 'shame' would be if I betrayed the Barlows by inventing one for myself now. Besides, I enjoy disobeying orders, especially if given by females!