The annual ‘T in the Park’ event is planned for Sunday 1st July at Hollingdean Park (Brentwood Road). This is a great community day for everyone. If you are interested in getting involved or have any ideas to bring to the day, please contact: Liz Lee 01273 236160 or Hilary 01273 502737.
On Saturday 31st March, all over the world, famous landmarks, tourist attractions, government buildings and members of the public will join up and turn off their lights for one hour, to raise awareness of climate change and power wastage. (more…)
Hollingdean News is holding a jumble sale to raise funds for the community newsletter on Saturday 17th March 11am -2pm at Hertford Infant & Nursery School, Hertford Road BN1 7GF. There will be bargains galore plus tea, coffee & biscuits.
Hollingbury Woods will be the site of a search for eggs of the brown hairstreak butterfly this Saturday, 25th February, from 1.30 p.m. for about an hour. The search will be led by ranger, Dominic Franklin, and butterfly expert Dan Danahar, and is one of several arranged for different venues around the city. The starting Read more
We are holding a jumble sale to raise funds for Hollingdean News on Saturday 17th March 11am -2pm at Hertford Infant & Nursery School, Hertford Road BN1 7GF. There will be bargains galore plus tea, coffee & biscuits Have you any unwanted clothes, bric a brac, DVD’s, CD’s, toys, books, household items etc? Please contact Read more
Looking for events and fun activities to keep your children and young people entertained? The council’s Family Information Service holds lots of useful information about organisations in the city which offer activities for children and young people. The latest Half-Term Holiday Fun leaflet (PDF) is now available. Visit the Family Service Directory to discover more, or go Read more
Sunday 29th January – 4 – 7.30pm Directly behind Moulsecoomb train station, at the end of Crespin Way. FREE (any donations will go towards rebuilding the shed) Come and peer through a telescope at the stars with Dr Darren Baskill, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, University of Sussex and his team. Warm drinks, snacks and Read more
Wassailing (or Howling, as it’s known in Sussex) is the custom of blessing the apple trees and bee hives to ensure a bountiful crop in the forthcoming season. This year, the Brighton Mummers, a theatre group based at Coachwerks are leading the Howl – a family friendly event involving the recital of the old wassail words, Read more
Brighton & Hove is celebrating as the city council’s bid for a £2.2 million Lottery grant to restore The Level has been granted. The money comes from the Funds’ joint Parks for People scheme. More information on the council’s website. As part of the overall restoration of The Level, Freestyle Skateparks have been appointed to Read more
Sunday 18th December 2011 – 5-6.30pm St. Richards Church, Beal Crescent , Hollingdean, BN1 7BU FREE entrance All welcome! Come and enjoy a festive celebration with The Karavan Ensemble and all those who have been part of the workshops at Hollingdean Community Centre. Lantern parade, chorus, films and hot drinks will be served up for Read more