At last some good news to report – Two important FOPA campaigns have reached successful conclusions.
FOPA aims to monitor Planning and Listed Building Applications affecting our area, and will consider commenting on any that are contentious.
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
A burglary occurred at the local corner store Seagulls on the 18/04/2020, breaking the glass and clearing out the tobacco and liquor stocks. Insurance only covers part of the loss – Dana and Elisabeth are now struggling can you help with a donation?
The Palmeira & Adelaide Garden Fund have cancelled the first event for 2020 – the Easter egg hunt due to take place on 12th April – in line with Government advice regarding the Covid 19 virus.
B&H Libraries have just launched a public survey which will run for 6 weeks, from Wednesday 26th February to Friday 10th April. This survey is larger than our normal annual survey as they want to get the public’s opinions on a range of services.
Brighton & Hove City Council have provided an update on the evolving situation around Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the actions being taken in the city. Do you have friends or neighbours you could bring food to or run errands? This is a good reminder to all of us to check in on our neighbours even with a note or phone call.
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 […]
In the past couple of weeks we have received reports of break-ins to properties on the Square and Crescent whilst the homeowner has been at home. We ask all neighbours to take extra precautions and ensure that your property is as secure as you can make it. But also to look out for any suspicious behaviour in the area and notify neighbours. The police have reacted quickly in these cases. If this happens to you please call 999 as soon as possible.
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.