The QueenSpark Books project team, historian Dr Geoffrey Mead, young artists and writers, and project mentors Tim Pilcher and Paul Collicutt met recently for a sunny WWI inter-generational event at Pavilion Gardens Cafe in Brighton. The session brought together the group as part of the research for a […]
Enjoy an animal-crackers summer at Brighton Museum with lots of wildlife inspired fun for children. Whether it’s sunny or not, there is plenty for young explorers to discover.
One of the last things that I expected to be writing about in this issue was a Budget! I thought that I had seen the back of Government tinkering until the Autumn. Silly me. If I had been thinking rationally, instead of having a head full of Summer […]
West Hill Hall Sunday 13 September 9.00am – 5.00pm £18 entrance This is a big, day long game. A combination of role-play, board game and UN simulation. Lots of people, in teams, playing different countries, probably trying to save the world from alien invasion. Or embrace our alien […]
Jim Gowans’ West Hill Watch… Surrey Street Trees All five trees recently planted in Surrey Street as part of the multi million pound highways scheme in the vicinity of the main railway station have died or suffered severe damage as a result of vandalism or impact with motor […]