Home

cropped-hollingdean-view21

Local news – by residents – for residents

Welcome to the website of Hollingdean News. We are a group of residents keeping our community informed with regular online news posts, tweets and distributing a quarterly community newsletter to 3,000 Hollingdean homes. Find out more »

News Headlines

Friends of Hollingbury and Burstead Woods

Black and white postcard of Hollingbury woods with dog and two men in flat caps

Hollingbury Woods in 1920s/30s courtesy of Brighton and Hove website

 

Opportunity to start the new year in the fresh air with Friends of Hollingbury and Burstead Woods. New volunteers are always welcome.

The first Working Session of 2019 will be on Sunday January 6th,  meeting at tthe base by the shed at the Golf Drive end of  Roedale Valley Allotments. Start at 10am and finish at 1pm, with a very important tea break half way through.

You don’t have to commit to joining in every month, or stay for the full 3 hour session, so anyone interested is welcome to along to meet the group and find out what they do.

The photo shows the woods in the 1920s/30s, courtesy of Brighton and Hove website.

2019 Family Guide Cover Competition for children aged 11 and under! | Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe announces its 2019 Family Guide cover competition!Children from across Brighton and Hove are being invited to design the cover of the 2019 Brighton Fringe Family Guide.England’s largest arts festival is challenging children aged 11 years

Source: 2019 Family Guide Cover Competition for children aged 11 and under! | Brighton Fringe

Recent News

Hollingdean News Winter 2018 issue is OUT NOW!

Hollingdean News Issue: Winter 2018 (Dec/Jan/Feb) Link to full PDF version of the newsletter here: HD News...Read more »

Lucky Dip Holly Jolly Sat 1st December

The Lucky Dip Holly Jolly is next Saturday 1st December 10.30-15.30, at St Richards Hall,...Read more »

Your views sought on travel round the Old Steine

Whether you walk, bus, cycle or drive  through the Old Steine area, Brighton and Hove...Read more »

QueenSpark books seeking stories from the ‘Outskirts’

As part of their Archives Alive programme, next July QueenSpark will be publishing 4 new...Read more »

Managing Stress – Support Group for Women

Tomorrow is National Stress Awareness Day, providing people with an opportunity to think about wellbeing...Read more »

Bonfire night – No trains stopping at Lewes or Falmer later

It’s Bonfire Night which means trains running through Moulsecoomb won’t be stopping at Falmer or...Read more »

MENU