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It’ll soon be Apple Blossom Day! Stanmer Park, 30th April 2023

Posted on Apr 01, 2023

A lovely celebration of the season, Apple Blossom Day in Stanmer Park on the 30th of April will have events at both the Fruit Factory and the Home Farm Orchard.

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School Streets

Posted on Mar 01, 2022

There is a proposal to introduce additional traffic orders near Westdene Primary School. Some residents are concerned about it and the consultation process. Here is a letter from Michael Whitty and the minutes of the February WWLAT Meeting which discussed the matter (along with other local issues). Local residents have also organised an online survey.

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Race Training in Schools

Posted on Mar 01, 2022

Adrian Hart of ‘Don’t Divide Us’ has written an article outlining his concerns about the council’s Racial Literacy training in the city's schools It is followed by Councillor Hannah Clare’s response.

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Would you be Willing to Help Martlets?

Posted on Apr 01, 2021

Martlets is a local charity that relies on the generosity of local people to fund its services and 1 in 3 of patients are cared for thanks to gifts in Wills.

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A Rough Maquette of the Proposed Statue with Sculptor Denise Dutton

Posted on Sep 01, 2020

The design shows Mary after her release from prison, a couple of days before her death on Christmas Day 1910. She wears the Votes for Women sash and the Hunger Striker’s medal. She is carrying copies of the suffragette newspaper Votes for Women that she regularly sold in Brighton and Hove. It is the November 1910 edition which reports on the terrible events of Black Friday, when she and many other women were injured by police violence outside Parliament. Three women died as a result of that violence, of which she was the first.

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Matthew Gallagher

Posted on Mar 01, 2020

It is with huge sadness that we announce the very sudden death of Matthew Gallagher on 29th December, aged 46. Matthew was a director of Bowley and Gallagher Funeral Directors, Preston Road. Along with Paul Bowley he brought a refreshing and different insight into how he thought the modern day funeral directors premises should look and feel. He has certainly left his mark within this family business with our bright modern office, using colour and furnishings that compliment the building and company use.

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Like to Bike? How about London to Paris

Posted on Jul 01, 2018

Martlets is looking for keen cyclists to take on the challenge of its London to Paris sponsored bike ride this September 2018.

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Posted on Jul 01, 2018

After leaving Brighton we will travel to Speldhurst near Tonbridge to see St Mary’s Church. This is at least the 3rd church built on the same site and contains a complete set of stain glass windows designed by the famous pre-Raphaelite artists Burne Jones and William Morris. For those who have been to see St Michael’s in Brighton you would be familiar with their and other pre-Raphaelite artist’s work. We will have a conducted tour by one of the church’s members. Hopefully we will be able to get a coffee in the George and Dragon pub opposite the Church and then we will have lunch at the Wheatshief at Bough Beech near Hever Castle. The pub dates back to Tudor times but was updated in the Georgian period.

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Greater Brighton Cycle Challenge

Posted on Apr 01, 2018

The ‘Greater Brighton Cycle Challenge’ on Sunday the 1st July is a celebration of cycling and the world-class environment that we live in. Local homeless charity, Brighton Housing Trust (BHT), has teamed up with The Living Coast to create a family event that all ages and abilities can get involved in.

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Celebrating 100 years of Women's Suffrage

Posted on Feb 01, 2018

2018 marks the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, which gave women (over 30) and all men the vote for the first time and we would like to celebrate this.

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