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TALKBOARD : Step Back in Time – A History of the Argus

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The role of women in the First World War to be examined at special talk—East Sussex County Council, 23 February 2017 THE part played by East Sussex women during the First World War will be put under the microscope at a talk at The Keep. As part of a series of events to mark Women’s […]

tweet from Clare Fiona Tyler

In reply to Parker Dann Clare Fiona Tyler ‏@clarefiona @ParkerDann so you couldn’t vary a section 106 agreement but doing it anyway? https://twitter.com/clarefiona


Brighton Society: new web platform IMAGE CREDIT: Argus Editor, Arron Hendy New editor takes the helm in a fresh start for The Argus Letters Argus Friday 10 February 2017 Adam Trimingham headed his article Brighton can be greater if we are bold and brave (the Argus February 8). Brighton would be greater if we were […]


At the January Drara meeting residents expressed concern at the clearance of former Old Railway allotments – the stretch of land sandwiched between the Open House pub and London Road Station—Ditching Rise, Brighton, 3 February 2017 Despite numerous attempts over several decades by local groups to have the area designated as a park and wildlife […]


article re-published by kind permission saveHove 01.01.2017…..A tantalising comment appeared in one of Tim Ridgway’s weekly Argus columns which hinted at a Crest Nicholson attempt to get numbers of flats increased at the expense of Starr Trust community space. That told me a Karis, Mark 2, situation was brewing…..—saveHove I rang Tim for a chat. […]

The Keep, Brighton

Get started with finding out the hidden story of your house with this afternoon session led by our in-house researcher Andrew Lusted. All houses have stories to tell and this introduction to house history will familiarise you with the tools available to find out more about your home and the people who lived in it. […]

Detective Constable Louise Pye

A Sussex Police officer who oversaw the introduction of one of the UK’s first teams of police family liaison officers has been awarded the Queen’s Police Medal in the New Year honours list.—Sussex Police 31 December 2016 Detective Constable Louise Pye, 47, has served with Sussex Police for 29 years, joining up as a patrol […]