Month: March 2014

The Whistler – April 2014

The Annual General Meeting of the West Hill Community Association, at which the accounts will be adopted and committee elected, will be held on Tuesday 29 April 2014 at the West Hill Hall at 7.15pm. Nominations for the committee must be seconded and sent with the written consent […]

Letters

In 1989 The Whistler December issue included a full size cartoon by Steve Bell… It was recognised that the issue of dog nuisance on West Hill pavements was a very serious one, affecting everybody and from the number of times it was raised at the Association’s Annual General […]

Il Nuovo Chiaroscuro (R.Piwko)

Music for Youth

Brighton Early Music Festival (BREMF) Community Choir is joining forces with three local primary schools and a professional Brass Quartet – Il Nuovo Chiaroscuro – to perform Henry Purcell’s Funeral Music for Queen Mary, together with instrumental music by English composer Matthew Locke and Venetian composer Giovanni Gabrieli […]

The Building of England

From awe-inspiring Norman castles to semi-detached suburbia, the chief executive of English Heritage explores how the architecture of this small island has influenced the world. How have the buildings of England evolved over 1000 years? What do they reveal about the beliefs and aspirations of the people who […]