Care for Calais

Collection for Calais Refugees

16th Jan

Can you help refugees in Calais get through the winter? Hollingdean resident Aidan Petitt is collecting supplies for Care for Calais and Help Refugees, taking a delivery to Calais in early February. The big priority is men’s clothing and supplies for shelter. Do you have any men’s waterproof coats, footwear, hoodies or joggers in good Read more

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hollingdean poster spring 2019(7)

Art and Yoga courses for adults

2nd Jan

New art and yoga courses for adults in Hollingdean and Bevendean start at the end of January.  These courses co-ordinated by Varndean college are: Drawing and painting – Y258 – Hollingdean Community Centre, 9 weeks, starts Mon Jan 21st, 9.30 – 11.30 am The Impressionists and acrylics – Y263 – 7 weeks, Hollingdean Community Centre, Read more

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

6th Dec

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

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Old Stiene consultation

Your views sought on travel round the Old Steine

20th Nov

Whether you walk, bus, cycle or drive  through the Old Steine area, Brighton and Hove City Council are seeking views on how transport routes can be improved. The council are looking make the Valley Gardens safer, cleaner and more attractive by  improving transport and travel, improving air quality, and creating new public spaces. You might Read more

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hollingdean hill

QueenSpark books seeking stories from the ‘Outskirts’

19th Nov

As part of their Archives Alive programme, next July QueenSpark will be publishing 4 new books, drawing on archive material from their previous 106 publications. They will also be collecting new material for the books, and this is where residents can come in! Book Editing volunteer groups have decided that the themes for the books Read more

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