SEASON’S GREETINGS The holiday season over December and January is traditionally the time when families get together. But there are those who are lonely and who feel especially lonely at this time of the year. Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, recently raised the issue of loneliness. According to […]
My name is Jenny and I have started a day-time Zumba class at West Hill Hall where babies are welcome to come along and watch! Prams or car seats can be parked at the side of the hall, while mummies can go back and tend to little ones […]
Dear Whistler A major area of Brighton constantly has issues concerning ATMs that are either not working at all, or they are, but they have no cash in them. I don’t know if The Whistler or its readers are aware of this. The area concerned is the Seven […]
I have been trying to get some idea as to the loss of parking spaces due to the proposed introduction of many more waste bins. In area ‘Y’ 30 permit-only spaces are to be removed along with 20 dual use bays, plus a possible few disabled bays.
I signed up for a short story writing course at the Friends’ Centre when it was in the Lanes, almost ten years ago. The tutors were encouraging and I learned a lot. My first published story was in Alt-Brighton by Queenspark Press in 2006. My partner treated me […]