Bookings for this event are now closed with a whopping 360 of you having booked a place at our Big Lunch table! The overwhelming majority of attendees are from Palmeira, Adelaide. Thanks to all of you and to FOPA for their support. PAG were extremely fortunate to receive substantial funding for this event from the […]
Taking place at St John’s Church on the 12th May 2022, this free History talk will show how ephemera (postcards, songs, adverts) can reveal social history.Ample refreshment will be provided at their bijou donation bar, serving both alcoholic and soft drinks, which will take both cash and cards. Doors open at 6.30pm and the talk begins […]
9th April 2022 Once again we are holding a concert at St John’s for the Brighton homeless and for church funds. This is a return visit of the Blue Café Duo who proved very popular last year. Here is the link to book tickets at £10: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/copy-of-blue-cafe-duo-in-concert-timeless-music-in-a-unique-setting-tickets-278330151977
Come and see the huts and join the fun on Saturday 18-Dec 4-6pm Sharon from Adelaide Mansions is expecting 40-50 huts to be decorated & there will be a mince pie or two!
The church are holding a concert at 7pm on Saturday 13th November. It is in aid of the Clock Tower Sanctuary which helps homeless young adults. A classical harpist and a jazz guitarist are coming together for a stunning concert in a beautiful, historic venue. The details are on Eventbrite: Tickets are £10.00, which includes […]
Lighting of the Annual Christmas Tree at the Floral Clock, Palmeira Square in 2020
FOPA has had requests from members that would like to offer services to help neighbours in isolation. FOPA will then help co-ordinate a helper to a request. If you are interested in helping or if you need some help please read more
Every Thursday evening at 8pm we’ll be standing up and applauding all those who care for us and are ensuring our world can keep on turning.
The weekend (April 24 – 27) The Living Coast is participating in the global City Nature Challenge for this first time, as part of the Nature2020 celebrations. Whilst the Challenge is usually about what nature and wildlife people can spot across their local area, this year the City Nature Challenge has been reframed to focus on what people can spot in their homes, balconies and gardens, to enable people to take part, and hopefully learn something new and have some fun despite the current challenging situation.
Between 20 and 23 August 2020, Lancing College Chapel, the largest school chapel in the world, will host the Sense of Place Flower Festival. The Festival designer, Linda Porrett, has won a number of gold medals for her designs at Chelsea Flower Show and World Shows, and her imaginative designs for Lancing are set to […]