The annual lighting of the Brighton & Hove Christmas tree at the Floral Clock will be on Friday 29th November. There is a carol service in the St John the Baptist church starting at 4.00pm and then outside to light the tree at approx 4.45pm. Members from the Rotary choir will be singing by the tree.
This year Friends of Palmeira & Adelaide moved up a grade to ‘Thriving’ with an overall score of 71 out of 100. Many thanks to all the volunteers and helpers this last year making this a great result and we look to continue the success for 2020.
The Pride Festival Weekend takes place on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 August 2019. Starting on Hove Lawns at 11am. With so many visitors to the city this weekend Brighton & Hove Council have published some Parking and Travel advice.
Anyone planning to travel along the A23 stretch between Gatwick and Brighton on the afternoon of Saturday 1 June needs to allow extra time and consider alternative routes. The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (HAMC) ‘Euro Run’ is being hosted in the south of England to mark the 50th anniversary of the HAMC in the UK with a large scale ‘ride out’ of up to 700 motorcycles along the A23 from Pease Pottage to Brighton seafront on the afternoon of Saturday 1 June, between 2pm and 4.30pm.
Events on Hove Lawns could go on for an extra half an hour if Brighton and Hove City Council approves its own licensing application. Friends of Palmeira and Adelaide also raised the issue of the licensing zones and recurring antisocial behaviour.
Tuesday 4th December at 4.30pm is the lighting of the Annual Christmas Tree at the Floral Clock, Palmeira Square. Everyone Welcome.
FOPA has continued to engage with the Cityclean team in order to provide as much detail to residents as possible. After many years of discussion and further to the consultation and your feedback with FOPA and Cityclean, the final locations for the new bins for refuse and recycling in Adelaide Crescent and Palmeira Square have now been chosen. The map above shows where the bins will go.
Ernest Beal was Brighton’s only true born son of the Town to have been given the Victoria Cross, although be it posthumously, Her Majesty’s Government are supplying a commemorative paving stone to be laid at the War Memorial and after that the City is also unveiling a plaque to him at his birth place.
Work will be starting on a further section of the parapet wall on Monday 5th March for approximately 14 weeks.
You may have heard rumours about what is proposed at King’s House. Now is your opportunity to examine the plans that have been drawn up so far and ask questions and make comments to the applicant. Both days at the Cornerstone Community Centre this 26th January, 6pm-9.30pm and 27th January, 10am-4pm.