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Stargazing in the garden

5:31pm Wednesday 23rd January 2013

Amateur astrologers are being encouraged to take part in a stargazing event in a community garden in Moulsecoomb

New celebratory walk for Moulsecoomb

The Argus: Celebratory walk introduces new managment plan

1:14pm Thursday 20th September 2012

A new management project for a forgotten woodland was unveiled in Moulsecoomb

Moulescoomb open day with a wild twist

11:10am Thursday 20th September 2012

Pizza baking in an outdoor oven and creating string from nettles are all part of the fun at Moulescoomb Forest Garden and Wildlife project open day.

Bike ride raises money for Moulsecoomb school

2:16pm Wednesday 5th September 2012

Tom Hopkins and Sarah Monk from Brighton will cycle 1000 miles from Brighton to Barcelona to raise money for the Cedar Centre School.

Locals asked to participate in a ₤6m project

5:52pm Friday 2nd December 2011

People who live along Lewes Road, Brighton, have been invited to roadshows to discuss proposals to improve the area.

Geranium Man creates flower for Lost Love

The Argus: Mr Sargison presenting one of his pelargoniums

12:59am Tuesday 17th May 2011

“Mighty oaks from little acorns grow” so the saying goes, and you might have wandered past a simple geranium stall at the local Moulsecoomb Family Fun Day on Saturday, but if you did, you missed the start of something big. For Mr Walter Sargison has big plans: he would like not only to start a pot plant group in Brighton but also go onto bigger things. “ I want to try to give people experience in how to grow geraniums,” said Mr Sargison. “And when the club gets big enough it would be nice to go on outings to flower shows, then eventually have a big flower show here in Brighton - something to match the Chelsea Flower Show.”

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