Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Phoenix Group

Rising from the flames, this new social meeting facility is proving very successful. A group of seven or eight meet informally at Old Steine every Thursday at 2.30. The day I went was beautifully sunny just right for a visit … Continue reading

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Bridge Workshops

Based in Moulscombe is ‘the bridge’ community education centre. A few minutes from the 49 bus stop, by the new football stadium  the bright and modern study centre is quite inviting. The bridge offers a variety of courses including an … Continue reading

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Buckingham Road Shutdown

After a recent occupancy by Southdown Housing Association, the popular 79 Buckingham Road drop-in is to close its doors. The Brighton and Hove city council, who own the property, want to develop it for flats. The centre has long been popular … Continue reading

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NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK

A group of Volunteers from Brighton Housing Trust met at the Mayor’s Parlour in the Town Hall to be presented with an award for their work. After an informal meting over tea, coffee, and biscuits, then in a short speech … Continue reading

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STUDS IN THE STREETS

What’s wrong with this picture apart from the very obvious? as far as I’m concerned it’s the general reaction from most of the people who have commented on the web and in the press. Most of the comments I have … Continue reading

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Housing

110 thousand builds per year. Yet, it appears the things which help make a community seem to be missing. Shops, play areas a petrol station, maybe=even a church(mixed faith of course) and a bus service just.some of those parts which … Continue reading

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