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Bonfire night – No trains stopping at Lewes or Falmer later

5th Nov

It’s Bonfire Night which means trains running through Moulsecoomb won’t be stopping at Falmer or Lewes later this afternoon. National Rail enquiries say: “Due to public safety concerns, no trains will call at Lewes, Glynde, Southease or Falmer after 17:00, and Cooksbridge after 17:20, for the rest of the day. Customers wishing to travel from Read more

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Hollingdean News – deadline looms

5th Nov

Thank you if you have already sent us your news, views and advertisements for the Winter edition of Hollingdean News. It’s not too late to be included in the December- February edition – our deadline is Wednesday 7th November. Contact us on this email at  or 07794640051 if you would like to talk about Read more

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Adult Education Courses at Varndean College

31st Aug

Varndean College, Adult Education, will continue to run a range of accredited courses, for adults, at different venues in Hollingdean from September 2018. Besides that, this Autumn term they are also running Working with Children , NCFE Award-Level 1, from Moulsecoomb.  Hollingdean residents are welcomed to join.  It’s free to anyone on a means tested benefit. Contact Debra Read more

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Consultation on roads around Palace Pier

25th Jun

If you venture out of Hollingdean to the seafront, whether its walking, cycling by bus or driving, you probably encounter the Palace Pier roundabout. Brighton and Hove City Council are currently consulting on use of the Old Steine and pier roundabout, to inform plans for improvements as part of the Valley Gardens Development. You can Read more

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Hollingdean Yoga Group – Trust for Developing Communities

13th Apr

Every Wednesday morning between 10 and 11am, many Hollingdean residents participate in a community yoga class at Hollingdean Community Centre. The Hollingdean Yoga Group has been running for over 10 years, with a team of volunteers organising the weekly sessions. The initial idea was to set up a low-cost, inclusive yoga class for people with Read more

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