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hanover Welcome to The Hanover Directory!

It’s always lovely at this time of year to see the signs of spring like daffodils and buds on the trees. Venturing outside seems a much more welcome prospect. This month we have an article by a local historian on Brighton’s first woman doctor, Helen Boyle, who in 1899 set up the Lewes Road Dispensary for Women & Children in Islingword Road, as well as an update on what’s happening currently with the proposed Brighton General health hub. Our featured local resident is Jeanette Philpott, who teaches the Alexander Technique, which can help us in all sorts of ways, and we have local news from Councillor Elaine Hills. Have a good month!

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Page 7 Local Person…Jeanette Philpott Page 9 The Gallery Restaurant Page 11 A Most Remarkable Woman Page 12 Planet-Friendly Tips Page 12 International Women’s Day Page 13 Brighton General Plans Page 14 HCA News Page 16 Music and Wine at St Luke’s Page 16 Hanover Queens WI

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Page 17 Councillor News…Elaine Hills

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5 Hanover history‌

Carlton Row Carlton Row, looking south to Carlton Hill, in March 1928.

This street ran between Sussex Street and Carlton Hill (now Kingswood Street), in the area between Circus Street and Nelson Row, before it was demolished in the slum clearance in the 1930s. The winter sun touched only its east side. It was lit by only three lamps, one at each end and one in the middle of the street, all attached to the walls of the houses. Thanks to the Regency Society for this image from their photographic archives, The James Gray Collection. You can see thousands more historic pictures of Brighton and Hove at: www.regencysociety-jamesgray.com

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6 BALLET BRIGHTON dance with joy and inspiration

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Tuesday: Energy For Life Studio 75 Sussex Street 9:45 - 10:15 Pre-Primary 10:15 - 10:45 Nursery The Exeter Street Hall 16-17 Exeter Street 3:30 - 4:00 Nursery 4:05 - 4:45 Pre-Primary 4:50 - 5:30 Primary Friday: Energy For Life Studio 75 Sussex Street 3:30 - 4:00 Pre-Primary 4:00 - 5:00 Primary Saturday: The Yellowave 299 Madeira Drive 9:10 - 9:50 Pre-Primary 9:50 - 10:30 Primary 10:30 - 11:30 Grade One FREE TASTER CLASS NURSERY 24 MONTHS PRE-PRIMARY 4 YEARS

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hanover hanover Meet a Hanover resident…

Local Person…Jeanette Philpott

Jeanette Philpott lives in Belgrave Street and teaches the Alexander Technique. What is the Alexander Technique?

The Alexander Technique is a gentle, self-care skill and is suitable for all ages. It is a mind/body skill. It does not try to separate out the mind and body – mind affects body and vice versa. By learning the Alexander Technique we learn to recognise, understand and avoid our habitual responses to the endless stream of stimuli that come our way in our lives. We learn to move more freely in a more coordinated and balanced way, using less effort and tension. How did you start teaching it?

I first discovered the Technique when I was looking for something to help me with chronic back pain. When I started learning the Alexander Technique, I discovered a skill that puts me in control. I was so impressed with how it helped me that I chose to train as an Alexander Technique teacher – a three-year, full-time course that I did in Brighton.

The Alexander Technique A gentle, self-care skill to improve balance & movement Relieve joint & muscular pain, stiffness & tension

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What can it help with?

The Alexander Technique is used to help reduce tension and stress. It is used to reduce and manage pain, increase ease of movement and balance and is used to help with back and neck pain. It is taught in the world of performance – to singers, musicians and actors and in public speaking. Because it is unique, it helps the individual in whatever way they need it to. We can use it in all our daily activities. So, if you sit working at a computer all day or do a lot of driving, it can help you avoid the problems that can arise when we don’t pay attention to our coordination and posture – it can even help us open jam jars more easily! How long have you lived in Hanover?

I moved to Hanover thirty years ago and, apart from a period where I lived in Oxford and abroad, I have been here ever since. There is a friendly atmosphere here and I like the fact that I can just walk up the hill and out onto the South Downs. What do you like to do when you’re not working? I love walking, hiking and camping and love the feeling of freedom that this brings. I love gardening and music and play the guitar. For more information, visit www.positivepoise.co.uk.

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hanover hanover Simon Lightfoot reviews The Gallery Restaurant at Brighton’s MET College…

The Gallery Restaurant

It’s longer than I care to remember since I last ate on a college campus. (In fact, it’s longer than I can remember!)

So, when we were invited to The Gallery Restaurant, run by the catering and hospitality students at Brighton’s MET, I was excited to see if I’d be reminded of my school dinners. Well, this was as far away from school food as you can imagine. (Either that, or my memory is far worse than I thought!) Stepping into the restaurant, we were struck by the warm, informal atmosphere, and were shown to our table by the effervescent Restaurant Supervisor, Georgia. With everyone eating at the same time there was an excited buzz that many hoity-toity restaurants would give a Michelin star to achieve, as we were all offered drinks and a choice of breads. That evening the menu was French cuisine, and our starters of Roast and Confit Quail and Hot Smoked Salmon were presented with the elegance of a Parisian bistro. Although the quail felt it was slightly missing something, it still hit the spot and the salmon was absolutely delicious. As were our mains of Root Vegetable Tarte Tatin and Pan-Fried Sea Bass. I’m not a fan of foams in food - they’re pretentious and cheap and predominantly air (I’m still a firm believer that we shouldn’t have to pay for our air). A purée

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however, when served in the right volume, I’m on board with. And my pan-fried sea bass was served with a delicious broccoli purée that was the perfect accompaniment, in both taste and amount.

Our desserts of White Chocolate Parfait and Chocolate Mousse were also both stylishly served, the former in a wine glass, the latter a teacup. The richness of both rounded the evening off with a real sense of fine dining indulgence.

The Gallery is such a worthy venture: as well as offering three courses for a phenomenal £18, it provides students with an invaluable chance to hone their skills in a “live setting” as it were, serving the normally baying public in an understanding environment, where all the diners are aware that they are still learning their trade. Not that the food was necessarily reflective of their inexperience. Whilst it may not quite be Michelin standard, you can clearly tell that these young aspiring chefs are well on their way to achieving great things, and their culinary skills and easy hospitality made for a wonderfully enjoyable evening. Simon Lightfoot

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hanover hanover This article is by local historian Rachel Bridgeman…

A Most Remarkable Woman In the late Victorian age, Brighton and Hove were notorious for the grinding poverty in which many working people lived. Women and girls were disproportionately affected by the deprivation – less food, poorer education; financially dependent on others. They lived a repeated cycle of pregnancy and childbirth whilst coping with the distressingly high rates of infant mortality. Into this environment in 1897 came a most remarkable woman – a medical pioneer in the field of women’s mental health – Dr Helen Boyle (1869–1957). Cutting her teeth in the East End of London, Dr Boyle had observed the detrimental effects of deprivation on the mental health of women and their deterioration due to lack of treatment. Appalled that they were given no help before reaching crisis point (when the lunacy laws for paupers incarcerated them in asylums along with the chronic cases), she promoted early intervention, believing patients could recover and return home.

“I saw mental patients ... neglected and maltreated until after days, months or years ... they were turned into the finished product – lunatics – and were certified.” On establishing her General Practice in Hove, she became Brighton & Hove’s first woman doctor. Forthwith, she worked tirelessly to provide free and low-cost services for the towns’ poor women - in 1899, setting up the Lewes Road Dispensary for Women & Children at 145 Islingword Road (free or low-cost consultation with female doctors). She went on to establish the revolutionary Lewes Road Hospital at

101 Roundhill Crescent (the first in Britain for early intervention for mental illnesses). Relocating to Hove in 1911, it was renamed the “Lady Chichester Hospital for the Treatment of Early Mental Disorders”. Today, as the Aldrington Centre, it provides children’s mental health community services, early intervention & learning disability services. Dr Boyle was the first woman consultant psychiatrist at the Royal Sussex County Hospital; first woman president of the Medico Psychological Association; co-founded the National Council for Mental Hygiene (now MIND); and was decorated twice for service as a doctor in Serbia during the First World War.

To learn more about the history of our city, join a guided historical walking tour led by a local historian. Hove Actually Walking Tours are fun, informative and best suited to the incurably curious. Whether it’s your first visit or you have lived here your whole life, the tours are a great way to discover and uncover the area. And the natives in Hove are very friendly! For information, email hoveactuallywalks@gmail. com or Facebook (Hove Actually Walking Tours). Rachel Bridgeman - local historian & tour guide

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hanover A few ideas for travelling responsibly...

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Planet-Friendly Tips

International Women’s Day

These are Friends of the Earth’s top tips for travelling responsibly (see more at friendsoftheearth.uk). We’d love to hear your tips – email us at info@hanoverdirectory.co.uk. Take the train

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Fly less long-haul – taking one long-haul flight is as bad for the climate as a whole year’s worth of driving.

Take the train – train journeys are much better for the climate than short-haul flights. Book well in advance for the cheapest fares. If you really need to fly, try to limit yourself to one flight a year.

Saturday 7 March, 10am – 5pm, Brighton Museum Foyer

Brighton Museum is hosting a free special event for International Women’s Day, in partnership with Brighton Women’s Centre and Brighton Dome. The jam-packed day will celebrate women’s achievements with inspiring speakers, activists, performances and much more. It will include a green magic show with Megan Swann, the first woman to be made an officer of the Magic Circle, and a stage fighting workshop with Alison de Burgh. There will also be a talk with photographer Anita Corbin, whose 100 First Women Portraits exhibition, celebrating 100 pioneering women of the 21st century, is currently on show at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery.

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Brighton General health hub The Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust (SCFT) is leading a project to redevelop the Brighton General Hospital site. SCFT owns the site and is proposing to create a new community health hub, new facilities for the Sussex Rehabilitation Centre, a children’s nursery and Trust offices on site. The new state-of the-art facilities will bring health and care services together in a modern, consolidated campus, including: community nurses and therapists; child development centre; local authority children’s centres; falls prevention; health and wellbeing; adult mental health services; therapies and podiatry; GP surgery and pharmacy (new services); and rehabilitation services for people with neurological impairment. The 4.6 hectare site currently houses the Trust’s administrative offices and a range of communitybased health and social care services, based in more than 20 buildings. It is a steeply sloping site, making it difficult to deliver services and for people with mobility issues to access specialist clinics. Some of the buildings date from the 1860s and around half of the site is underused. The council are exploring what they can do to deliver affordable housing on the site while also enabling a fully-funded healthcare scheme.  In December 2019 the council entered into a non-disclosure agreement with the Trust, so that they can share sensitive financial information in commercial confidence. New healthcare investment will need to be paid for by the release of land which will be surplus to NHS requirements. Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust (SCFT) estimates that 3.5 hectares could be released for the development of new housing and community facilities and that around 700 homes could be built on-site. An outline business case for the health hub plan has been approved by the SCFT Board and the Trust’s commissioners, NHS Brighton & Hove Clinical Commissioning Group. The Trust will be seeking approval from its regulator, NHS Improvement, this year which will give the project team the green light to work up detailed plans and begin planning consultation. The Trust’s preferred location for the community to advertise, please call

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health hub is the north-west corner of the site, with street level access from Elm Grove. The total area for redevelopment is around 12,500m2. SCFT is talking with South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) about purchasing their adjoining site to enable the health hub to be located at the front of the site to make it more visible and easier to access. The Trust is working towards completing the new health hub by the end of 2024. For more information visit www.sussexcommunity.nhs.uk/about-us/ brighton-general-community-health-hub.htm

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ntre on Southover Street. The charity is run by a committee of voluntary trustees d suggestions, so please get in touch if you’ve attended an event or activity at the s. Repair Café takes a break… The helpful folks who run Repair Café will not be at the Centre for their regular session in March or April, but they will be back again TWICE in May! 10.30am – 12.30pm, Saturdays 2 and 30 May. Amend your diaries now! https://www.facebook.com/brightonrepcafe/ Suzie Poyntz - Art For All Some of you may know Suzie Poyntz for her kids’ art classes, so you may be excited to learn that she has also started adult classes too on Wednesdays. Visit her Facebook page – Suzie Poyntz Art classes for more information. Contact her for details of the next course on suziepoyntz@ icloud.com, or 07766 135986.

5Rhythms Dance – Making Waves in Hanover… There’s still an opportunity to try out the new 5Rhythms dance class in March. Join Paul Smith as he leads the group through dynamic sessions of improvised movement. No previous experience is necessary, the class is open to all abilities. Everyone welcome! See https:// www.5rhythms.com/ for more information on 5Rhythms, and https://www.facebook. com/5Rhythms-Brighton-1526991920848535/ for details of local sessions. Talk to Us! If you would like to join in with our projects, run a course, volunteer or enquire about a booking or a class, then please leave a message or email with a daytime phone number and we’ll call you: Hanover Centre, 33 Southover Street, BN2 9UD Email: office@hanovercommunity.org.uk Website: www.hanovercommunity.org.uk Phone: 01273 694 873 (24 hours) Join our Facebook group: “The Hanover Centre” The office is open Monday – Friday, 10am-12pm.

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We have two concerts this month, both jazz trios.

We meet again on Thursday 12th March, 7.30 to 9.30pm, at the Church of the Annunciation, 89 Washington Street, BN2 9SR. Should be a fun and gently active evening with Kate from Magic Moves Dance as we try out some BollyMoves - “Bollywood Dance for all”. Do come along if you’d like to join us for this and to meet us all. New faces are always very welcome. Find out more on Facebook or contact us on wihanoverqueens@ gmail.com.

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Another recipe to try... On Friday 6th March we welcome back The Joss Peach Trio, this time re-imagining classic material from the wonderful Beatles canon. From a funked-out Sergeant Pepper to a reflective Nowhere Man, expect to hear interesting interpretations of some wonderful familiar classics. And on Friday 20th March we will hear the Anöna Trio, featuring Imogen Ryall (vocals), Mark Edwards (piano) and Julian Nicholas (saxophone), to take us on a sonic journey of venturesome arrangements of much-loved standards alongside well-crafted originals.

The concerts take place at St Luke’s Church, Queen’s Park Road, at 7.30pm. Tickets £7 / £5 under-25s / under-16s free. Disabled access. Wine and refreshments served. For more information, please visit www.musicandwineatstlukes.com or contact musicandwineatstlukes@gmail.com.

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17 17 An update from Elaine Hills, Green councillor for Hanover & Elm Grove…

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Home to school transport: Problems at the beginning of the school year with transport services for children with special educational needs and disabilities led to a number of the city’s most vulnerable children being unable to get to school. The Labour administration brought in a cost-cutting consultancy to try to save money on services, but unfortunately, this backfired spectacularly. Instead, many journeys weren’t covered, costs spiralled and a number of children and their families were left stranded and distressed. I’m on a panel of six councillors looking into what happened. By listening to those involved, from contractors, to school representatives, to parents, we are piecing together what went wrong in the hope that this never happens again. Monthly councillors’ surgeries at Elm Grove School: To most, the word ‘surgery’ brings to mind medical procedures or teeth extraction. So it may seem odd to some that ‘surgery’ is the word we use to describe our friendly, monthly meetings, in which anyone living or working in Hanover and Elm Grove can come and say hello to their councillors and share their concerns or ask questions. It’s a great way for us to connect with local people and hear what’s going on. While many people email us and tell us they’re coming, you can just rock up. As there are three of us, we normally have time to see everyone who comes.

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hanover News from the council…

Council exploring ‘car-free’ city centre Brighton & Hove city councillors have agreed to explore the possibility of the city becoming ‘car-free’ by 2023. Members of the Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee, meeting at the end of January, requested a report that explores the feasibility and costs of developing a car-free city. The report will be presented to them in October 2020. It will also look at costs and practicalities of any project or any possible exemptions. The committee’s chair, Anne Pissaridou, said: “We were elected on a manifesto pledge to make our city carbon neutral by 2030. We have declared a climate emergency and are making progress on decarbonisation. But we must take major steps to reach our ambitious target, so we are proud to work cross-party and champion a car-free city centre. Crucially though, this will be for the climate assembly to decide, as our residents must lead on how we combat the climate crisis.”

Councillors also noted that the joint notice of motion should be considered by the city’s Climate Assembly, which is due to meet this spring. Green councillor Amy Heley said: “I proposed this motion because I’ve been inspired by European cities such as Ghent and Oslo, who have demonstrated that a car-free city centre can be beneficial for all. Having a greater understanding of city-centre traffic is a realistic response to the emergency of the climate crisis. It offers an opportunity to deal with congestion, road safety, and dangerous levels of air pollution. This report will help the city understand what the proposals emerging from other UK cities could mean for Brighton & Hove and our ambitious climate targets.”

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The Green Party councillors for Hanover & Elm Grove, David Gibson, Elaine Hills and Steph Powell, hold an advice surgery every second Saturday in the month, from 10.15 to 11.15am at Elm Grove School. You can also email them at:

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Hug a Tree for March 2020 Could Hanover be the Mount of Olives or the Gardens of Babylon? For several years Hanover Action has been campaigning for more trees and a more verdant streetscape. Our street trees at Elm Grove School and Ewart Street have survived the Beast of the East and Storms Ciara and Dennis, but have yet to survive as long as the elms such as Stumpy by the Pavilion, The Level’s Del Boy and the surviving Preston Park elm tree twin, which have lasted through world war bombings, Hurricane ’87 and many snow storms. But our parks, streets and green spaces have ghosts of trees and gardens long gone that need replacing.

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Sleep Easy Sleep Easy is YMCA Brighton & Hove’s biggest fundraising event of the year.

Church to Brighton Palace Pier, native trees, wildlife-friendly trees and trees that could be the future mighty specimens that give pleasure to our great-grandchildren are being planted. It is a global arboreal community that can connect us from Persia to China, Trump trees to Japanese cherries. We can all have a tree, from the smallest bonsai to dwarf apples, blackbird-friendly rowans and the occasional purple beech. Come to our plant swap on May 2nd at the community centre and share your love of trees and plants. www.hasl.org.uk

People challenge themselves to spend a night outside to raise money for this local youth charity which works throughout the year to tackle the root causes of youth homelessness. This year’s event is on Friday 20 March.

Over the last two years Brighton & Hove has seen a 40% increase in young people reporting homelessness in the city, putting a huge strain on local support services. YMCA is encouraging everyone taking part to secure sponsorship and the money raised will help fund their vital services for local young people. To find out more or sign up, visit Sleep Easy: www.ymcadlg.org/get-involved/fundraise/ sleep-easy/

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SUSSEX FUNERAL SERVICES INDEPENDENT FUNERAL DIRECTORS ‘For caring, compassion and choice’ www.sussexfunerals.com Proprietors: Phil and Sallie

WHY CHOOSE US?

SOME OF OUR SERVICES OFFERED

• Independent & family owned • Passionate & committed • 24 hour service

• ‘Bespoke’ funerals • ‘No Fuss’ funerals • Prepaid funeral plans

Please contact Philip or Sallie on:

01273 736 469 07789 174 453 or visit our office at: 185 Portland Road Hove BN3 5QJ

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01273 551021 or visit www.hanoverdirectory.co.uk


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ROOFING all roofwork undertaken

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Slating & tiling Flat roofing All leadwork Chimneys & firewalls

no job too big or small Call Shaun 07846485817 or Stuart 07894 548501 01273 298201

ridgeline_roofing@hotmail.co.uk www.ridgeline-roofing.co.uk

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K9 TEETH CLEANING £15 ( or £10 with your groom)

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NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY while you wait service Monday to Saturday

01273 303842

“Amazing results, NO APPOINTMENT saved me £300, NECESSARY thank you!” while you wait service Mrs B. Hove. Monday to Saturday

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“Amazing results, saved me £300, thank you!” Mrs B. Hove.

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