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Shoreham Airport renamed for French connection

The Argus: Entrepreneurs Neil Laughton and Jonathan Candelon outside the airport building Entrepreneurs Neil Laughton and Jonathan Candelon outside the airport building

An airport has been given a new name to attract soaring numbers of Continental customers.

Yesterday, flight bosses announced Shoreham Airport will now be rebranded as Brighton (Shoreham) Airport.

The announcement came at a press conference unveiling a new cross-Channel route to Paris.

Airport manager Ric Bellfield said he wanted to align the airport “more closely to Brighton”.

He said: “We have been thinking about doing this for a few years and this was an important trigger point.

“There are clear benefits with being associated with our neighbouring city.”

Neil Parkin, leader of Adur District Council, said people in Shoreham were “a bit miffed” about the name change.

He said: “It is confusing for people, and especially taxi drivers. I do get where they are coming from, though. I suppose the French won’t know where Shoreham is but they’ll know Brighton.”

New airline

At yesterday’s press conference inside the newly-named airport, two entrepreneurs launched a new airline – Brighton City Airways.

Neil Laughton, a pilot and adventurer, and flight instructor Jonathan Candelon met while trying to fly the world’s first flying car to Timbuktu.

They promised their new business would be “a local airline for local people and local businesses”.

The new airline is the latest in a long line of new routes from the airport, most of which have failed to get off the ground.

In 2006, Skysouth was founded at Shoreham Airport to serve the same Parisian airport before the company folded in February 2009.

But council leader Mr Parkin said Brighton City Airways “seemed to be made of the right stuff this time”.

The first flights will depart on March 6, flying to the Pontoise aerodrome, in suburban Paris.

Special features include a 15-minute check-in, no hidden fees and a VIP lounge before the hour-long journey to Paris aboard a 19-seat Let 410 commuter aircraft.

Tickets start at £69 one way for early bookings and the plane will make two return journeys every day.

If the venture is successful, the airline plans to fly passengers to new destinations, including Amsterdam and Brussels.

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3:03pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Crystal Ball says...

I foresee dissent and problems...
I foresee dissent and problems... Crystal Ball
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3:10pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Jimmy Stewart's Imaginary Rabbit says...

Could this be another 'Palace Pier' situation? Possibly, but I've lived in the area (Lancing and then Brighton) since 1966 and it's always been known as Shoreham Airport, despite the fact that for many years it had the snappy official title of 'Brighton, Hove and Worthing Joint Municipal Airport'. Consequently I think the official name is neither here nor there, it will always be referred to locally as 'Shoreham Airport' and not 'Gatwick South' or whatever it's been re-branded as this week.
Could this be another 'Palace Pier' situation? Possibly, but I've lived in the area (Lancing and then Brighton) since 1966 and it's always been known as Shoreham Airport, despite the fact that for many years it had the snappy official title of 'Brighton, Hove and Worthing Joint Municipal Airport'. Consequently I think the official name is neither here nor there, it will always be referred to locally as 'Shoreham Airport' and not 'Gatwick South' or whatever it's been re-branded as this week. Jimmy Stewart's Imaginary Rabbit
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3:19pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Charismatic Andrew says...

The vote above asks "Do you welcome the new name for Brighton City Airport?"

..... I find this a slightly bizarre question given that the new name is NOT "Brighton City Airport"?!?!?!
The vote above asks "Do you welcome the new name for Brighton City Airport?" ..... I find this a slightly bizarre question given that the new name is NOT "Brighton City Airport"?!?!?! Charismatic Andrew
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3:21pm Fri 30 Nov 12

leobrighton says...

It doesn't matter what anybody thinks its up to them to call their business what they like and if its good for business all the better
It doesn't matter what anybody thinks its up to them to call their business what they like and if its good for business all the better leobrighton
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3:25pm Fri 30 Nov 12

deedles says...

What an insult to the local people.
The Germans knew about Shoreham by Sea during the war because they made plans to invade it so I think the French would know.
If they don't they could look it up on the internet.
Perhaps the entrepreneurs might like to know that 'Shoreham' is in fact in Kent and 'Shoreham by Sea' is in Sussex.
It's about time that i;t was called by it's proper name, 'Shoreham by Sea' Airport.
What an insult to the local people. The Germans knew about Shoreham by Sea during the war because they made plans to invade it so I think the French would know. If they don't they could look it up on the internet. Perhaps the entrepreneurs might like to know that 'Shoreham' is in fact in Kent and 'Shoreham by Sea' is in Sussex. It's about time that i;t was called by it's proper name, 'Shoreham by Sea' Airport. deedles
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3:42pm Fri 30 Nov 12

plantwoman says...

Bloody cheek, it's not Brighton, it's Shoreham - always has been, always will be.
How dare they change it!
Bloody cheek, it's not Brighton, it's Shoreham - always has been, always will be. How dare they change it! plantwoman
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3:45pm Fri 30 Nov 12

localboy78 says...

And HOW DARE they even consider calling in Brighton CITY airport! BRIGHTON IS NOT A CITY!!!!!! The city is called 'Brighton & Hove' so it should be called 'Brighton & Hove city airport'.

And people wonder why Hove hates being part of the city so much - it's because our name is constantly being left out of the title of the 'city'!
And HOW DARE they even consider calling in Brighton CITY airport! BRIGHTON IS NOT A CITY!!!!!! The city is called 'Brighton & Hove' so it should be called 'Brighton & Hove city airport'. And people wonder why Hove hates being part of the city so much - it's because our name is constantly being left out of the title of the 'city'! localboy78
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3:58pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Number Six says...

Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton.

Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone
Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone Number Six
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4:02pm Fri 30 Nov 12

ShorehamBeachcomber says...

deedles wrote:
What an insult to the local people.
The Germans knew about Shoreham by Sea during the war because they made plans to invade it so I think the French would know.
If they don't they could look it up on the internet.
Perhaps the entrepreneurs might like to know that 'Shoreham' is in fact in Kent and 'Shoreham by Sea' is in Sussex.
It's about time that i;t was called by it's proper name, 'Shoreham by Sea' Airport.
Incorrect
It is Shoreham in the Doomsday book & was called this for 900 years so it completely accurate. If you had your name and a man in a suit changed it after 900 years would your mum call you by thd new one?
Also the airport is the other side of the river as per Shoreham Beach side so as its inland & not the 'beach' again simply Shoreham works
I also know FAR more than you about the German invasion plans but I'll leave that for another time
[quote][p][bold]deedles[/bold] wrote: What an insult to the local people. The Germans knew about Shoreham by Sea during the war because they made plans to invade it so I think the French would know. If they don't they could look it up on the internet. Perhaps the entrepreneurs might like to know that 'Shoreham' is in fact in Kent and 'Shoreham by Sea' is in Sussex. It's about time that i;t was called by it's proper name, 'Shoreham by Sea' Airport.[/p][/quote]Incorrect It is Shoreham in the Doomsday book & was called this for 900 years so it completely accurate. If you had your name and a man in a suit changed it after 900 years would your mum call you by thd new one? Also the airport is the other side of the river as per Shoreham Beach side so as its inland & not the 'beach' again simply Shoreham works I also know FAR more than you about the German invasion plans but I'll leave that for another time ShorehamBeachcomber
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4:04pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Bizbod66 says...

Shoreham-By-Sea and Brighton are 8 miles apart so how is changing the name going to align it closely?
I see that Pontoise Aerodrome has not been changed to French Pontoise France Near Paris Aerodrome so leave Shoreham Airport alone please. X
Shoreham-By-Sea and Brighton are 8 miles apart so how is changing the name going to align it closely? I see that Pontoise Aerodrome has not been changed to French Pontoise France Near Paris Aerodrome so leave Shoreham Airport alone please. X Bizbod66
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4:07pm Fri 30 Nov 12

clubrob6 says...

I suppose foreigners wont have heard of shoreham but probably know of brighton,so buisness wise it makes sense.But locally just like when they renamed palace pier the name wont change locally.
I suppose foreigners wont have heard of shoreham but probably know of brighton,so buisness wise it makes sense.But locally just like when they renamed palace pier the name wont change locally. clubrob6
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4:55pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Flippin Burghers says...

Brighton City Airways? Are they kidding? Is anyone really going to book with two wierdos who tried to fly a car to Timbuktu?
Brighton City Airways? Are they kidding? Is anyone really going to book with two wierdos who tried to fly a car to Timbuktu? Flippin Burghers
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5:42pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Sarah Booker Lewis says...

Number Six wrote:
Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton.

Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.
[quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012. Sarah Booker Lewis
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6:16pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Number Six says...

Sarah Booker Lewis wrote:
Number Six wrote:
Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton.

Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012? Is she a time lord then.

OK Sarah, perhaps you could let me know if this post upsets anyone. I only ask because I got a message saying that my posts were upsetting some people. Strangely, you didn't think to tell me what posts, or what I had done wrong so I have no idea how to correct my error
[quote][p][bold]Sarah Booker Lewis[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012? Is she a time lord then. OK Sarah, perhaps you could let me know if this post upsets anyone. I only ask because I got a message saying that my posts were upsetting some people. Strangely, you didn't think to tell me what posts, or what I had done wrong so I have no idea how to correct my error Number Six
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7:18pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Tallywhacker says...

Brighton City sounds like a footy team. Isn't it city of Brighton & Hove? Anyway contrary to popular belief Brighton isn't as well known as it thinks it is, when people think of the UK it consist of London or maybe Man united and that's about it.
Brighton City sounds like a footy team. Isn't it city of Brighton & Hove? Anyway contrary to popular belief Brighton isn't as well known as it thinks it is, when people think of the UK it consist of London or maybe Man united and that's about it. Tallywhacker
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7:46pm Fri 30 Nov 12

deedles says...

ShorehamBeachcomber wrote:
deedles wrote:
What an insult to the local people.
The Germans knew about Shoreham by Sea during the war because they made plans to invade it so I think the French would know.
If they don't they could look it up on the internet.
Perhaps the entrepreneurs might like to know that 'Shoreham' is in fact in Kent and 'Shoreham by Sea' is in Sussex.
It's about time that i;t was called by it's proper name, 'Shoreham by Sea' Airport.
Incorrect
It is Shoreham in the Doomsday book & was called this for 900 years so it completely accurate. If you had your name and a man in a suit changed it after 900 years would your mum call you by thd new one?
Also the airport is the other side of the river as per Shoreham Beach side so as its inland & not the 'beach' again simply Shoreham works
I also know FAR more than you about the German invasion plans but I'll leave that for another time
Shoreham by Sea does not mean Shoreham Beach.
Shoreham Beach was called Bungalow Town and didn't develop until the film industry got going at the beginning of the 1900's.(Long after the rest of New Shoreham and Old Shoreham and Kingston Buci developed).It was a collection of railway carriages etc.
Shoreham by Sea is a collective name for New Shoreham,Old Shoreham,New Erringham ,Old Erringham,Bungalow Town and Kingston Buci.
I don't know a lot about the german plans as I was only a baby (in Shoreham) but I do have a copy of the Shoreham Herald 3/11/1944 with a drawing of the plans on the front.
To get back to the subject-let's not forget that Charles escaped to France from Shoreham by Sea ,in a ship, after hiding in an oak tree so I would have thought that the French would have heard of Shoreham by sea more than Brighton.Interesting
ly,Charles bought the captain 'The Old Ship' in Brighton as a reward...
It has a far more interesting history. and is a much nicer town Brighton wasn't made famous until the prince Regent built a palace.
It's a shame that the entrepreneurs haven't gone into it.They may have been proud to call it Shoreham by Sea airport.(It is called Shoreham for short but Shoreham in Kent isn't shortened.)
[quote][p][bold]ShorehamBeachcomber[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]deedles[/bold] wrote: What an insult to the local people. The Germans knew about Shoreham by Sea during the war because they made plans to invade it so I think the French would know. If they don't they could look it up on the internet. Perhaps the entrepreneurs might like to know that 'Shoreham' is in fact in Kent and 'Shoreham by Sea' is in Sussex. It's about time that i;t was called by it's proper name, 'Shoreham by Sea' Airport.[/p][/quote]Incorrect It is Shoreham in the Doomsday book & was called this for 900 years so it completely accurate. If you had your name and a man in a suit changed it after 900 years would your mum call you by thd new one? Also the airport is the other side of the river as per Shoreham Beach side so as its inland & not the 'beach' again simply Shoreham works I also know FAR more than you about the German invasion plans but I'll leave that for another time[/p][/quote]Shoreham by Sea does not mean Shoreham Beach. Shoreham Beach was called Bungalow Town and didn't develop until the film industry got going at the beginning of the 1900's.(Long after the rest of New Shoreham and Old Shoreham and Kingston Buci developed).It was a collection of railway carriages etc. Shoreham by Sea is a collective name for New Shoreham,Old Shoreham,New Erringham ,Old Erringham,Bungalow Town and Kingston Buci. I don't know a lot about the german plans as I was only a baby (in Shoreham) but I do have a copy of the Shoreham Herald 3/11/1944 with a drawing of the plans on the front. To get back to the subject-let's not forget that Charles escaped to France from Shoreham by Sea ,in a ship, after hiding in an oak tree so I would have thought that the French would have heard of Shoreham by sea more than Brighton.Interesting ly,Charles bought the captain 'The Old Ship' in Brighton as a reward... It has a far more interesting history. and is a much nicer town Brighton wasn't made famous until the prince Regent built a palace. It's a shame that the entrepreneurs haven't gone into it.They may have been proud to call it Shoreham by Sea airport.(It is called Shoreham for short but Shoreham in Kent isn't shortened.) deedles
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10:59am Sat 1 Dec 12

twosugars says...

Number Six wrote:
Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone
Brighton council has had one of their Dutch elm disease control area signs on the A27 under Mill Hill bridge in Shoreham for years and thats miles from the border with Brighton! I heard from an official at Adur district council some time ago that Worthing district and Brighton council were trying to get the river Adur made the border between them and do away with Adur district council. Brighton would get the harbour and most of the port of Shoreham, and Worthing would get the airport and the industrial estates at Lancing. The residents of Adur would just get shafted.
[quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone[/p][/quote]Brighton council has had one of their Dutch elm disease control area signs on the A27 under Mill Hill bridge in Shoreham for years and thats miles from the border with Brighton! I heard from an official at Adur district council some time ago that Worthing district and Brighton council were trying to get the river Adur made the border between them and do away with Adur district council. Brighton would get the harbour and most of the port of Shoreham, and Worthing would get the airport and the industrial estates at Lancing. The residents of Adur would just get shafted. twosugars
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2:34pm Sat 1 Dec 12

Claude Back says...

leobrighton wrote:
It doesn't matter what anybody thinks its up to them to call their business what they like and if its good for business all the better
Nonsense!
[quote][p][bold]leobrighton[/bold] wrote: It doesn't matter what anybody thinks its up to them to call their business what they like and if its good for business all the better[/p][/quote]Nonsense! Claude Back
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3:58pm Sat 1 Dec 12

Midnightrunner says...

We have seen this all before but I hope it works out for them.
They always say “How do you make a small fortune out of flying at Shoreham?”
Answer “ Start off with a large fortune”

The destination airfield Pontoise aerodrome, in suburban Paris. Is at least 25 miles from Paris centre so transport costs will be a consideration.

An Eazy Jet to Charles De Gaulle Airport is quoted for early 2013 at around £35 to £45. but you have to get to Luton.

It will be interesting to see how this works out
We have seen this all before but I hope it works out for them. They always say “How do you make a small fortune out of flying at Shoreham?” Answer “ Start off with a large fortune” The destination airfield Pontoise aerodrome, in suburban Paris. Is at least 25 miles from Paris centre so transport costs will be a consideration. An Eazy Jet to Charles De Gaulle Airport is quoted for early 2013 at around £35 to £45. but you have to get to Luton. It will be interesting to see how this works out Midnightrunner
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10:38am Sun 2 Dec 12

plantwoman says...

Number Six wrote:
Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone
I agree with you Number Six - and I don't care who it upsets!
[quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone[/p][/quote]I agree with you Number Six - and I don't care who it upsets! plantwoman
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10:41am Sun 2 Dec 12

plantwoman says...

ShorehamBeachcomber wrote:
deedles wrote: What an insult to the local people. The Germans knew about Shoreham by Sea during the war because they made plans to invade it so I think the French would know. If they don't they could look it up on the internet. Perhaps the entrepreneurs might like to know that 'Shoreham' is in fact in Kent and 'Shoreham by Sea' is in Sussex. It's about time that i;t was called by it's proper name, 'Shoreham by Sea' Airport.
Incorrect It is Shoreham in the Doomsday book & was called this for 900 years so it completely accurate. If you had your name and a man in a suit changed it after 900 years would your mum call you by thd new one? Also the airport is the other side of the river as per Shoreham Beach side so as its inland & not the 'beach' again simply Shoreham works I also know FAR more than you about the German invasion plans but I'll leave that for another time
Rather big-headed of you to assume that you know FAR more about the German invasion plans than Deedles! Unless you know Deedles personally, I don't see how you can comment on his/her level of knowledge!
[quote][p][bold]ShorehamBeachcomber[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]deedles[/bold] wrote: What an insult to the local people. The Germans knew about Shoreham by Sea during the war because they made plans to invade it so I think the French would know. If they don't they could look it up on the internet. Perhaps the entrepreneurs might like to know that 'Shoreham' is in fact in Kent and 'Shoreham by Sea' is in Sussex. It's about time that i;t was called by it's proper name, 'Shoreham by Sea' Airport.[/p][/quote]Incorrect It is Shoreham in the Doomsday book & was called this for 900 years so it completely accurate. If you had your name and a man in a suit changed it after 900 years would your mum call you by thd new one? Also the airport is the other side of the river as per Shoreham Beach side so as its inland & not the 'beach' again simply Shoreham works I also know FAR more than you about the German invasion plans but I'll leave that for another time[/p][/quote]Rather big-headed of you to assume that you know FAR more about the German invasion plans than Deedles! Unless you know Deedles personally, I don't see how you can comment on his/her level of knowledge! plantwoman
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2:53pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Flippin Burghers says...

Shoreham-uber-alles airport then?
Shoreham-uber-alles airport then? Flippin Burghers
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12:13am Mon 3 Dec 12

deedles says...

Flippin Burghers wrote:
Shoreham-uber-alles airport then?
Definitely!
[quote][p][bold]Flippin Burghers[/bold] wrote: Shoreham-uber-alles airport then?[/p][/quote]Definitely! deedles
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12:15pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Number Six says...

Number Six wrote:
Sarah Booker Lewis wrote:
Number Six wrote:
Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton.

Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012? Is she a time lord then.

OK Sarah, perhaps you could let me know if this post upsets anyone. I only ask because I got a message saying that my posts were upsetting some people. Strangely, you didn't think to tell me what posts, or what I had done wrong so I have no idea how to correct my error
And answer came there none
[quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sarah Booker Lewis[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012? Is she a time lord then. OK Sarah, perhaps you could let me know if this post upsets anyone. I only ask because I got a message saying that my posts were upsetting some people. Strangely, you didn't think to tell me what posts, or what I had done wrong so I have no idea how to correct my error[/p][/quote]And answer came there none Number Six
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12:33pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Sarah Booker Lewis says...

Number Six wrote:
Number Six wrote:
Sarah Booker Lewis wrote:
Number Six wrote:
Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton.

Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012? Is she a time lord then.

OK Sarah, perhaps you could let me know if this post upsets anyone. I only ask because I got a message saying that my posts were upsetting some people. Strangely, you didn't think to tell me what posts, or what I had done wrong so I have no idea how to correct my error
And answer came there none
I'm afraid I didn't see your second comment.

Jo returns in 2013. There have been no complaints about this post.
[quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sarah Booker Lewis[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012? Is she a time lord then. OK Sarah, perhaps you could let me know if this post upsets anyone. I only ask because I got a message saying that my posts were upsetting some people. Strangely, you didn't think to tell me what posts, or what I had done wrong so I have no idea how to correct my error[/p][/quote]And answer came there none[/p][/quote]I'm afraid I didn't see your second comment. Jo returns in 2013. There have been no complaints about this post. Sarah Booker Lewis
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10:04pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Hove Actually says...

Number Six wrote:
Sarah Booker Lewis wrote:
Number Six wrote:
Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton.

Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.
Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012? Is she a time lord then.

OK Sarah, perhaps you could let me know if this post upsets anyone. I only ask because I got a message saying that my posts were upsetting some people. Strangely, you didn't think to tell me what posts, or what I had done wrong so I have no idea how to correct my error
This is the Argus Inquisition
Nobody expects the Argus Inquisition
[quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sarah Booker Lewis[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: Typical of the Brightonistas. Anything the arrogant so and sos can grab, they will. Doesn't even need to be in the same county. Does this mean that everything between B&H and Shoreham Airport is now called Brighton. Message for Jo Wadsworth: Please let me know if this post upsets anyone[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012.[/p][/quote]Jo Wadsworth returns in July 2012? Is she a time lord then. OK Sarah, perhaps you could let me know if this post upsets anyone. I only ask because I got a message saying that my posts were upsetting some people. Strangely, you didn't think to tell me what posts, or what I had done wrong so I have no idea how to correct my error[/p][/quote]This is the Argus Inquisition Nobody expects the Argus Inquisition Hove Actually
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