For the third year running, we will be holding our annual Treasure Hunt, with lots of cash prizes at stake for those lucky winners who complete the course in record time and/or come up with a suitably intriguing team name.
Got itchy feet? Eager to explore new parts of the city? Can’t wait for the WHCA Treasure Hunt on 19 July? How about discovering some forgotten trails of public art? Public art has played an important role in the visual make-up of Brighton & Hove since the first […]
Peter Batten continues his memories of a terrifying time… First I need to retrace my steps a little. As soon as war was declared in September 1940 children were evacuated from London. But not every child. Some parents, including mine, decided that their children would not be evacuated. […]
From The Whistler archives … News of the Newsletter From Nov 1978, when it was called West Hill Community Association Newsletter. Readers might be interested to learn how the newsletter is put together, printed and distributed. At the first meeting, those with typewriters (3 or 4 people) type […]
There is a marvellous exhibition at Brighton Museum until 6 September. The world-renowned exhibition features 100 awe-inspiring photographs. From the majesty of a pride of lions to the tiniest of spiders, the images show nature in its most elemental and challenge our perceptions of the world of […]