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.
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.
Thanks to everyone who attended our AGM and Annual party on 13th January 2018 at the Cornerstone Community Centre.. The event was a great success, with over 40 people joining us, this year’s event would not have been successful without your support.
This year following the AGM on the 13th January 2018 at 6pm, FOPA will be holding the Annual Party from 6.30pm – 8.30pm.
With fizz, soft drinks and canapes along with some great Raffle prizes to be won. Book you ticket at email@example.com for only £10 per person. Limited numbers available.
Our resident artists are taking part in this years Artists Open Houses – Xmas 2017. Both Number 10 Palmeira Square & 9 Adelaide Crescent will be open from 11.00-17.00 on the weekends. Please call in to support – more information at https://aoh.org.uk
Friday 1st December at 4.30pm is the lighting of the Annual Christmas Tree at the Floral Clock, Palmeira Square. Everyone Welcome
Local charity Brighton & Hove Impetus have arranged with the council to hold a community picnic in Palmeira Square gardens on Saturday 17th June from noon-2pm.
EVENTS AT THE REGENCY TOWN HOUSE – JUNE / JULY
Over four weekends in May, artists open their doors to offer work from over 1,200 artists, exhibiting in more than 180 venues across the city of Brighton, Hove and beyond. This year FOPA is pleased to announce we have 3 open houses in the Square & Crescent on the brunswick trail (http://aoh.org.uk/trail/brunswick-town/).
The Norfolk Square residents have raised over £3000 – contributed by residents and local businesses- Well done to them for their heroic efforts and to everyone who has contributed.