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Civic society plots Brighton and Hove - city of the future

The Argus: Panellists: Cllr Graham Cox, Stephen Young , Cllr Bill Randall, Nick Lomax, Martin Harris and Cllr Gill Mitchell

2:56pm Monday 28th April 2014

Top Brighton architect criticises city six storey tall building limit at Hove Civic Society lecture discussing city’s future.

Hove MP Mike Weatherley backs Keep Moving campaign.

The Argus: Mr Weatherley described the campaign as an "excellent initiative".

9:41pm Friday 10th January 2014

A campaign to encourage people suffering with osteoarthritis to exercise is backed by Hove MP Mike Weatherley

Brighton and Hove City Council invests £273,000 in speedier parking permit process.

The Argus: Council invests £273,000 in speedier parking permit process.

5:01pm Sunday 20th October 2013

New virtual online parking permit system for Brighton and Hove due to reduce wait to a single day

Full steam ahead for British Engineerium

2:11pm Monday 7th January 2013

The Pump House at the British Engineerium in The Droveway, Hove, was under full steam yesterday as the machinery museum held its first open day of the year

Local charity launches bargain bookstall at railway station

The Argus: The bookstall stands in the waiting room at Hove stationn

9:19pm Tuesday 21st February 2012

Commuters waiting at Hove railway station are now able to help the local community by buying bargain books.

Brighton Science Festival a hit at Hove Park School

The Argus: Students Laura Stuttafel, 22 (left) and Rachel Day, 22 (right)

10:28pm Tuesday 14th February 2012

Half term kicked off with a bang at Hove Park School on Saturday when it hosted Brighton Science Festival‘s Family Fun Weekend.

A lot of locomotion at the little locomotive's 60th Anniversary

7:43pm Wednesday 18th May 2011

The miniature steam railway in Hove Park is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year. A number of people, tourists and residents alike, enjoyed the extended opening hours and paid 6 denarius (£1) for their little trip on the narrow railway line on 1st May.

New plans reveal the future of Hove’s historic Engineerium

2:12pm Sunday 13th February 2011

Plans submitted to Brighton and Hove City Council have shed new light on the long awaited restoration of the iconic British Engineerium near Hove Park.

Christmas cards, carrier bags and understanding between faiths

11:26pm Monday 21st December 2009

Every year Rabbi Elizabeth Tikvah Sarah, the Brighton and Hove Progressive Synagogue Rabbi, receives a Christmas card from the City Council. Receiving such a card, when a Chanukkah card could be seen as more appropriate, is viewed as “cultural insensitivity” by the Rabbi.

Muslims and Christmas: What they really think

7:26pm Thursday 17th December 2009

It is the time of year for traditions, whether it be going to Church on a frosty Christmas morning or the almost cast-iron guarantee that there will be someone sitting on a plastic garden chair or similar around the festive dinner table.

Dinner for one this Christmas ?

2:13pm Thursday 19th November 2009

A small team of dedicated volunteers are gearing themselves up to provide a traditional Christmas dinner to over a hundred people on Christmas Day this year. This not only includes all the spud peeling, table laying, hanging of decorations and checking that the television works for the Queen’s speech, but also they also make sure that the all-important guests have a lift there and back should they need one.

Looking For Something Different ?

11:11pm Thursday 17th September 2009

If you are looking for a new experience, are interested or just curious in the spiritual and possess an open mind, then this coming Sunday’s ‘Spirit of the Millennium Festival 2009’ could just be the thing for you. Billed as “The Feel Good Festival”, the event takes place at Hove Town Hall between 10.30am and 7.30pm. Admission is £2.50 (free for children under 12) and all proceeds go to the Brighthelm Healing Trust. The Brighthelm Healing Trust are a non-profit making charitable trust that promotes spiritual healing in Sussex.

Big Lunch......Big Success

11:37am Monday 20th July 2009

With the street closed to traffic and the weather forecast looking decidedly iffy, the residents of Goldstone Road came out of their houses yesterday lunchtime, with enough food to feed a small army, to spend their Sunday afternoons together.

It's Hove's Big Lunch......

8:52pm Thursday 16th July 2009

Just a few days to go now until the good people of Hove and beyond ‘do lunch’ in a different and exciting way.

Goldsmid prepares to play Kingmaker

11:58am Tuesday 14th July 2009

The 23rd July by-election may be the most important local council election ever held in this area. The resignation of Conservative Councillor Paul Lainchbury removed the single vote majority the Conservative Administration could achieve on any one issue if all the opposition parties voted together against them. This puts a lot of power into voters hands right now! You need to question these people and find out what they offer in exchange for your vote and your trust.

Sackville Trading Estate application up for decision

11:48am Tuesday 14th July 2009

The planning committee meets at 2pm every 3rd Wednesday at Hove Town Hall for Councillors to consider and decide planning applications that come to them. On 22nd July, The Sackville Trading Estate application is on the agenda, with a recommendation from officers "Minded to Grant".

Brighton & Hove Council Seeks Active Citizens

9:44pm Tuesday 7th July 2009

Have you ever wondered how the Council incorporate your views into their decision making process ?

Goldsmid Ward By-Election Candidates Announced

10:40pm Monday 29th June 2009

Following the closure of nominations last Friday to stand in the City Council by-election in Goldsmid ward, the candidates have been confirmed as follows: Maria McCallum - UK Independence Party Alexandra Phillips - Green Party Brian Ralfe - Independent Howard Spencer - Liberal Democrat Lis Telcs - Labour Party Andrew Wealls - Conservative Party The election will take place on 23rd July 2009 and the last day that candidates may withdraw from the election is noon on the 1st July.

Time To Take A Stand ?

10:31pm Sunday 21st June 2009

Have you ever thought that you could do a better job than your local Councillor ?

Hove Goes To The Polls.......

12:25pm Thursday 4th June 2009

It’s polling day in Hove and the weather is warm and sunny, so it’s a beautiful day to exercise your democratic right and cast your vote in today’s European Parliamentary Elections.

Shall We Do Lunch ?

5:23pm Thursday 21st May 2009

Who did you have lunch with today ? Was it a work colleague ? A friend you’ve been playing text/email/voicemail tennis with for ages trying to synchronise diaries ? Maybe you ate a sandwich at your desk and even the ten minutes spent away from work buying it made you feel guilty ? Did you take a full hour for lunch ?



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