Good Cheer We wish all our readers Good Cheer for the year that has passed and for the year ahead. We’ve had a very busy time at the Hall in 2018 and we’re looking forward to hosting our last event this year. On Tuesday 11 December at 7.30pm […]
Gez Wilmot Tucked away up the hill of Upper Gloucester Road, a mere 5 minutes walk from Brighton Station, The Eddy, as it is known to regulars, is delighted to welcome customers old and new.
The winner of the Sam Toft illustration colour-in competition in the Aug/Sept issue was 7-year old Eliza. Her winning entry can be seen above. Here is a little background written by her mother, Anna Louie . . . Eliza is 7; she lives in Haverhill, Suffolk. She loves drawing, […]
Over the last few issues of The Whistler we have introduced 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 issue […]
Peter Batten writes about Bix and Louis Last month I gave a talk to a Jazz Appreciation group in Preston Park. It was the first in a series of six entitled, ‘Jazz Contrasts’. This was a follow-up to add detail to my previous series, ‘Six Studies in the […]