Fruitfulness We have said goodbye to the amazing Summer and now we are looking forward to an action-packed Autumn at West Hill Hall. We start the total refurbishment of the toilets in October. This major work is to be carried out by our two favourite apostles from […]
Most evenings are busy with a variety of activities but two local residents, Anna Burtt and Bob Sells, spotted some gaps in the daytime schedules and have filled them with activities in which they are interested and want people to join them.
Dear Editor Sheila and Peter Sheppard of the Patcham Poetry Group, Art and Health Walk leaders, and windmill enthusiasts, spoke in 2017 of their plans for Brighton and Hove City Branch of the NHS Retirement Fellowship to put on an exhibition for the 70th anniversary of the NHS. […]
Over the last few issues of The Whistler we have been introducing the current members of the West Hill Community Association management committee (the Trustees) to give you a flavour of who they are, what they do and maybe to inspire you to become one yourself. In this […]
Peter Batten writes about core interests . . . A few days ago the postman brought me a copy of the novel ‘Conversations with Friends’ by the Irish writer Sally Rooney (pictured). I had ordered the novel because I had heard it mentioned so many times over the […]