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THIS WEEK : Selma Montford: The hope that the £1bn schemes will all disappear


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


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IMAGE CREDIT: Selma Montford, Councillor Pete West, Mayor of Brighton, September 2016, Launch of North Laine Book Selma Montford, response To the editor of the Argus Your article ‘Decade of delays on ‘£1bn schemes’ makes one hope that these schemes will all disappear to enable more sympathetic creative schemes to take their place. The scheme […]

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Step Back in Time – A History of the Argus The Argus was first published on 30 March 1880 and in this talk, local historian Paul Green will explore its history, looking at coverage of key events and providing the opportunity to share memories of life in Brighton & Hove and the surrounding areas. Memorabilia, […]

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Save the date! This year’s Blakers Park Summer Picnic takes place on Saturday June 17th….this year with even more bubbles!—Friends of Blakers Park

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IMAGE CREDIT: The Keep This talk will tell the story of the roads that carried stage coach traffic between London and Brighton from the mid -18th century to the end of the coaching era in the 1840s. They had to cross the sands, clays and chalk lands which all provided their own challenges. New techniques […]

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The QS University Rankings 2017 have ranked the University of Sussex first in the world for development studies.  This is the third consecutive year that the University has been ranked in the top two universities globally for development.—University of Sussex, 8 March 2017 The result reflects the quality, impact and range of international development research and […]

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Now open for the season with fresh rock cakes #cakes#brightonpic.twitter.com/aGNuO3MOzi — PavilionGardens Cafe (@PavGardenCafe) March 7, 2017

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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 […]

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