Hooray! 2016 is upon us, and has provided us with the worst start to a year ever recorded on the London Stock Exchange. “Marvellous!” I hear you say, “Buying opportunities!” Broadly, I am inclined to agree. I see little point in crying into one’s choice of small libation, […]
Jim Gowans’ West Hill Watch… Trafalgar Arches, Brighton Station An application to create a restaurant /café in the disused storage space that was once part of the station’s lower goods yard seems to be an imaginative plan whatever one might think about having yet another café in the […]
This year’s month-long Brighton Science Festival features 70+ events taking place at nearly 40 venues around Brighton and beyond – from churches and galleries to a village pub and Brighton beach itself. Festival Director, Richard Robinson, was formerly an actor, puppeteer and a founder member of TV satire […]
Play Streets are being encouraged by the Council in Brighton & Hove and WHCA would like to hear what you think about them. They involve regular times on specific days when a road becomes pedestrian priority.
Andrew Polmear writes for the love of wine… We all buy wine from supermarkets, if we buy wine at all, even if we prefer to buy by the case online or from Majestic or abroad at the cellar door, if circumstances permit. But which is the best supermarket […]