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Voting closes at the end of May to give funding for local community groups. Help these groups make a positive change to the local environment and the quality of residents’ lives. Please take a few minutes to look at their proposals and to vote for your favourites. The funds are administered by the Off The Ground project. Read the rest of this entry »
Voting starts today (1st May) to give funding for local community groups. You can help these groups make a positive change to the local environment and the quality of residents’ lives. Please take a few minutes to look at their proposals and to vote for your favourites. The funds are administered by the Off The Ground project. Read the rest of this entry »
Off The Ground will be using social media – twitter, facebook, texting – and the website to involve residents. If you don’t use any of these or don’t have access to a computer then don’t worry, we will be running ‘Drop-Ins’ at the Community Centre when you can come along and be shown how to use our computer to access the website. Read the rest of this entry »
In May 2012 the Safe in the City Partnership convened an independent commission of those involved in reducing the harm caused by drug use, to look at the city’s response to the problems and to suggest ways in which local agencies could be more successful in reducing drug related harm that mattered to the citizens of Brighton & Hove. Read the rest of this entry »
Brighton and Hove Friends of the Earth is working with Friends of Hollingbury and Burstead Woods (FHBW) to create a new haven for local bees. The site is one of 60 ‘Bee Worlds’ springing up around the country as part of Friends of the Earth’s Bee Cause campaign.
The action will take place on January 6th 2013 and both groups will be clearing the steep slope to expose chalky soil which some bees love. If you’d like to get involved, please contact: Monica Jennings on 07712038533 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or email: email@example.com.
Lesley Brown, Projects Officer at FBHW said: “We are really pleased to be creating a new environment which will not only encourage bees but a whole range of other wildlife in the woods” Read the rest of this entry »
Notice is hereby given that the 9th Annual General Meeting of Hollingdean Development Trust will be held at Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road, Hollingdean, Brighton BN1 7BH on Wednesday 12th December 2012 at 7.30pm. Copy of the agenda for the meeting is available to download as a PDF.
A local web-developing wheelchair user has created a new online resource that he says will help disabled people and their friends to help each other get more out of life. Andy Stiller was inspired to create the website www.disability-advice.info because of his own experience of the lack of good information and practical advice for disabled people. Read the rest of this entry »
Cedar Centre, Lynchet Close, Thurs 12 July Doors: 7:00pm Show: 7:30pm
Do you need a few new separates to liven up your wardrobe? Would you like them at bargain prices? Look no further… Don’t miss out! Come along and enjoy an evening of fashion and fun, hosted by Travelling Trends. This is your chance to see, try on and buy this season’s fashions at greatly reduced prices. You will also be helping to raise much needed funds for the Cedar Centre.
Tickets £3 in advance or on the door.
Your views needed! Some residents of Hollingbury Road and the Dip have contacted me about the possible effects for our area of the proposed controlled parking scheme north of London Road Station, on the western side of Ditchling Road in all roads between Springfield Road and Stanford Avenue. Read the rest of this entry »