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Welcome to Poets Pages... Now that the local elections are done and dusted, we have contact details for all your new ward councillors. Congratulations to all those who were re-elected or newly elected. The May festivals might be over but there are still plenty of events to keep you busy in June, including the Stoneham Park Midsummer Fair and a Great Get-Together at Hove Methodist Church, both on 22nd June. We have two Poets People this month – Natalie Talisman and Kirsten Taylor – local mums who have set up their own children’s book company. Their new book, “The Tale of Starting School”, should be very helpful to any parents of children joining reception classes in September. Enjoy the beginning of summer! The Poets Pages Team info@poetspages.co.uk www.poetspages.co.uk Cover picture: Midsummer Fair in Stoneham Park 2018 Publisher: Sussex Magazines Ltd. Printer: Gemini The views expressed by individuals in any letter or article included at the discretion of the publishers are not necessarily the views of the Editor. Whilst every care has been taken in compiling this magazine and the statements contained herein are believed to be correct, the publishers of this publication will not hold themselves responsible for any inaccuracies. Inclusion of advertisers in this magazine is not necessarily a recommendation but we do hope they give a good quality service. No part of the publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior permission of the publishers and contributors. We take complaints you make about our advertisers seriously. We have the following policy on this: First complaint about an advertiser is logged here in our offices, if we receive another complaint we write to the advertiser concerned and notify them we have had two complaints and if we receive another complaint we will no longer accept their adverts.

Contents Page 5 News from the Friends of Stoneham Park Page 7 Poets People Page 8-9 Old Photo Page 11 Plant Your Postcode Page 13 Councillors in West Hove Page 17 Where in Poets Corner? Page 19 Poets Gardens and Patios Page 21 Unforgettable childhood summer memories Page 23 MODA redevelopment Page 24-25 What’s On Page 26-27 Safety on Portland Road Page 29 HMOs Planning Consultation Page 29 Patrick Burke Retrospective

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A local update...

News from the Friends of Stoneham Park April saw the start of a series of events by the FoSP committee for 2019. In May this continued with a fun and successful children’s Easter egg hunt around Stoneham Park in search for the elusive letters they needed. This successfully raised £190 towards park funds. Stoneham Park Gardening Group fittingly held its first sessions during National Gardening Week in May. The sun shone and five volunteers weeded, pruned and removed litter from deep in the shrubbery from the bottom flowerbed by the main entrance gates. The session finished with a welldeserved cake, cuppa and more chatting at The Snug. The next focus is to give some TLC to the northern border by the café. Next Gardening Group sessions are Sunday 9th, Tuesday 11th and Tuesday 25th June. Extra sessions/ days may also be held depending on demand. If you’d like to get involved please get in touch by email - stonehamparkgardeninggroup@gmail.com - or Facebook: Stoneham Park Gardening Group. No gardening knowledge required. Tools are provided. The FoSP committee are currently busy planning for another successful Midsummer Fair this month bringing the community together on the 22nd June, 11am-4pm. We are filling the park with lots to enjoy for children and adults alike. A fairground ride, bouncy castle, artisan stalls, street food, live music, licensed bar for summer Pimm’s and local craft beer and a prize draw are all confirmed again. We need volunteers to help us on the day! If you can spare an hour or two, we’d really appreciate your time. Email us: friends.of.stoneham.park@gmail.com We also eagerly await results from the Green Flag judging that took place in May. We hope to retain our Green Flag Award for another consecutive year and also hope to have the flag pole fixed in due course to proudly fly our flag!

With all the effort to ‘green the park’ with new trees, the new gardening group, new spring bulbs and the wildflower garden bursting and buzzing with pollinatorfriendly plants, a reminder we can all contribute. Be aware that items left outside homes with good intentions are regularly ending up fly-tipped in the park, so please consider other options if possible for passing on unwanted wares. If you spot any issues in the park such as graffiti, damage to play equipment, broken glass or other concerns, BHCC City Parks have an easy-to-use online form for letting them know. This would greatly assist us all in keeping the park somewhere we love to be. Follow all our updates on Facebook at: FriendsOfStonehamPark.

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Meet two local mums with tips for parents of children starting school...

Poets People... Natalie Talisman and Kirsten Taylor Natalie Talisman and Kirsten Taylor are two mums from Poets Corner who have set up their own children’s book company. They have just published “The Tale of Starting School”. How long have you lived in Poets Corner? K: I moved to Poets Corner in 2012 but I’m Brighton born and bred. N: I moved to Poets Corner in 2014 having moved to Hove to study a PGCE Early Years at Brighton University and never left. What are your backgrounds? K: I have a degree in Fashion Design and worked in fashion for ten years before I started my own business designing kids’ art prints. N: Before children I was a Reception teacher and after I had my first child I trained to be a Hypnobirthing teacher which I teach in the evenings and at weekends. How did you come to set up your own business? N: I made a very basic DIY book for my daughter to help

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her settle in at nursery when she got off to a wobbly start. I drew upon an idea I had used as a teacher where I had made books to help children familiarise themselves with aspects of starting school. I then made similar books for other events when significant changes were taking place for her. Because these moments of change are commonplace in all children’s lives I decided to start the business. However, my home DIY books were in need of a serious design over-haul so that’s when I contacted Kirsten. I already loved her illustrations and designs she did for her art print company, My Tiny Beast, and thankfully she said yes! Tell us more about The Tale of Starting School... N & K: We created The Tale of Starting School to familiarise children with their new school, environment and routines. They become the centre of their tale by taking and sticking in their own photographs, filling in the blanks and reading their finished adventure. The completed book makes sure that children are ready to start and learn and ready to have fun and enjoy school. Any worries and concerns will have been addressed while completing their tale. Once school starts the robust design means the memories the books holds will be kept forever. What’s your top tip for parents of children starting school? N & K: Attend as many settling in events as you can and see if there are any social media groups that new parents can join to meet people in the same boat as you. Preparing for school is as much for you as it is for your child! Read our blog for more top tips. “The Tale of Starting School” is available from www.talesofmebooks.com

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Sackville Road This photograph looking down Sackville Road was taken from the scaffolding around Conway Court (then being built) in 1965. 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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Help keep our city’s trees!

Plant Your Postcode Look around. We’re lucky, there are trees everywhere – but now your help is needed to keep our city leafy. You may have noticed that many of our city’s beautiful trees are getting old and succumbing to disease. Add to this the challenge that our council faces in the battle to add or even replace trees in this time of austerity, and it becomes clear that residents’ help is needed. Our trees: Brighton & Hove’s trees are particularly special because we hold the National Elm Collection. Now the city is home to some of the rarest varieties of elms in the world. It’s important that the number of elms we have is at least maintained. A vast number of trees were planted in Victorian times when the city rapidly expanded. Now those trees are reaching the end of their lives, so action is needed to replace them.

How to take action Create a group in your area: It could be that a few trees in your street have been lost over time and you’d like to see them re-planted. Or you’d like trees where there were none before. You can help to make that happen. A local group of, say, one or more streets can decide to have new trees. Brighton & Hove City Council will arrange for the site to be checked. If it’s suitable, the group can club together to raise funds. The council can then order the trees and plant them. Trees are ordered in September for planting the following year. Become a Tree Champion: You can help identify trees in your area which look sickly or you could take on a research project. Get your local school involved: It’s important that the coming generation are aware of our city’s tree legacy. Help fund trees across the city: Make a difference with a single donation or a regular donation by standing order. Where it’s already worked: A Hove resident who has benefitted from new tree planting, funded by residents,

says: ‘A new tree outside our house, to replace one long dead! Soon home to birds and insects. A pleasure to look at. We love it!’ What do I do now? For advice, ways to pay and more information go to www.plantyourpostcode.org Plant Your Postcode is a volunteer-led project initiated by CPRE Sussex in association with Hove Civic Society and supported by National Lottery.

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Your local representatives...

Councillors in West Hove... The elected councillors for Westbourne were Carmen Appich and Chris Henry. You can contact them at:

An election of city councillors was held on 2nd May.

The results for Westbourne ward were: APPICH Carmen

Labour and Co-operative Party

1,457

COBB Denise

Conservative Party

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DATE Geoff

Liberal Democrats

252

DAVIDSON John

Green Party second choice candidate

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ELLIS Hilary

Liberal Democrats

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HARDING Robert UK Independence Party (UKIP) Green Party first choice candidate

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Labour and Co-operative Party 1,314

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BRAITHWAITE Alex Labour Party

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EMERY Al

Liberal Democrats

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FURNESS Gemma

UK Independence Party (UKIP) 121

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Green Party second choice candidate

IMANPOUR Adam

Labour Party

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Robert Nemeth Email: robert.nemeth@brighton-hove.gov.uk Tel: 01273 291819 Garry Peltzer Dunn Email: garry.peltzerdunn@brighton-hove.gov.uk Tel: 01273 291186 They also hold an advice surgery on the second Saturday in the month as follows: 9am-10am: 234 New Church Road 10am-11am: Sanders House, Ingram Crescent 11am-12 noon: The Snug café, Stoneham Park

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Our local quiz...

Where in Poets Corner? These photos were taken by Richard Hearnden. Do you know where? Answers will from now on appear at the back of each month’s publication... see page 30 for this month’s answers. In the meantime the answers for last month’s pictures: 1. Corner of Montgomery Street and Sackville Road 2. St Barnabas Church 3. Poets Convenience Store, Coleridge Street

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An article by local gardener Joi Jones...

Poets Gardens and Patios...Summer As I write this in spring, it looks as though we are in for another dry summer. This is very problematic for any plants in pots and means they will have to be watered a lot more. If you can, fit a water butt to collect any rainfall. Domestic wastewater (known as ‘grey water’) may also be used. This may be from the kitchen, the washing machine or baths, basins and showers. Also make sure you have a saucer under the pot to catch any water draining away. However I think we should be looking to plant more drought-resistant plants in order to save as much water as possible. There are certain things to look for when determining if a plant is drought tolerant. Silvery coloured foliage, as well as fuzzy or hairy foliage, generally indicates drought tolerance. (Lamb’s ear and geraniums have fuzzy foliage.) Succulent plants are drought tolerant – they store water in their thick parts. A waxy coating on the plant’s leaves slows down water loss, like the leaves of the ivy-leaved geranium.

Plants with taproots, like butterfly weed, are generally drought resistant. You will need to remove any saucers and possibly shelter the pots if the rains return. Gardening Joi Available for garden maintenance and planting work. Joijones3@gmail.com, tel: 07803 704 934

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Local history from Rachel Bridgeman…

Unforgettable childhood summer memories... With the arrival of the first month of summer, we are looking forward to warm days, long evenings and all that makes living here so special - children will be heading for the beach after school; teenagers migrating to Hove Lawns after dusk; and families queuing for ice-creams. 79 years ago, just as local children were anticipating summery days, their plans would be dramatically changed - for 11-year old Bernard Lynn and his chums this would mean not stepping onto the beach again for the rest of their childhood: in June 1940, within a matter of days of the Dunkirk evacuation and Churchill’s promise to fight “on the beaches …the landing grounds …and in the streets..”, Hove seafront was designated a restricted area. 90-year-old Bernard has kindly shared some of his memories with us: “The esplanade was covered in barbed wire and there were warning signs about the mines on the beaches. Of course, there were the tank traps – great big concrete blocks – to prevent tanks coming onto the promenade. There were gun emplacements all along there, sandbag enclosures with 40mm Bofor guns, presumably manned by the Canadians - because they were all over the place. We couldn’t get on the lawns or the esplanade. We just accepted it: it was how it was in war-time. “When the big guns in West Blatchington fired, you certainly knew all about it - the sound was earsplitting! I used to hear it quite often when I was in bed. As kids we were worried that there might be an invasion and could imagine boats surging in from the horizon. I do recall one night a lot of guns firing from out at sea and I am pretty certain that it was a convoy being attacked by U-boats, although it was never mentioned, for security reasons.” To find out more about the local history of Hove, come on a guided walking tour led by a local historian

Hove seafront c1944/45, showing a sandbagged Bofor gun emplacement © The Regency Society’s James Gray Collection

and tour guide. To join the mailing list to receive the programme of walks, email hoveactuallywalks@gmail. com. Will include NEW tours: Hidden Hove - the ancient village through the ages; Cliftonville - a Victorian Gem; and A Country of Two Nations - service, struggle and salvation in Poets’ Corner. The popular “Poets Corner 1914-18: The War is Over” and “Soldiers, Saints, Celebrities and Saxons“ tours will be repeated. Rachel Bridgeman - local historian and tour guide (Facebook Hove Actually Walking Tours)

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Mike Gibson assesses the possible impact of the redevelopment of the Sackville Trading Estate…

MODA redevelopment...Poets Corner impact Poets Corner residents enjoy Stoneham Park, the friendly pubs, the variety of the Portland Road shops ...but not the everyday challenges of parking and traffic congestion.

How the development might look from Sackville Road

These are key issues the city planners face when deciding whether or not to approve the MODA redevelopment proposals for 581 homes for private rent and 260 extra care homes on the Sackville Trading Estate – Goods Yard site. For many locals this can only bring overspill parking from the site into nearby streets and worsening congestion on local roads, especially the Sackville Road-Portland Road junction….or will it? MODA will be long term managers of the site. They argue that their low level of on-site parking provision - approximately 1 space for 3 homes - will result in a profile of tenants for whom daily use of a car is not important. They will provide car-clubs for occasional car users, provide public transport subsidies and heavily promote cycling. Under pressure from the Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum they have agreed their tenants will not qualify for car parking permits and that they will help to fund a new parking scheme that could extend restrictions from 8.00pm to 10.00pm in an extended Controlled Parking Zone area. They also argue that this low car-usage development will generate a much lower number of trips in and out of the site than high density owner-occupied housing. City transport planners have to test these arguments for the advice they will give the Planning Committee on June 15th. Look out for the press coverage or go to www.hovestationforum.co.uk. Mike Gibson, Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum

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What’s On...

We try and ensure the listings are correct BUT please check with the organisers of activities when attending for the first time. Some classes are term-time only.

Monday

Pilates 9.30am-12.30pm Hove Methodist Church 07970 047799 helsdouglas@hotmail.com Hove Earlybird Beach Walkers Meet in front of King Alfred car park Free; 7.15am-8.05am www.meetup.com/HoveWeekly-Beach-Walks Monday Guild Fellowship and friendship 2.30pm Hove Methodist Church Beavers 4.30-6.30pm Hove Methodist Church enquiries@6thhove.org.uk Holistic Yoga 6-7.45pm, The Snug, Stoneham Park, Neela on 07796 562494 or info@yogashanta.com Pilates Mat Classes Beginners Plus: 6.30pm-7.25pm Int/Adv: 7.30pm-8.25pm Masons Yard, Westbourne Street, 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com 5th Hove Guides 7pm-9pm Hove Methodist Church 5thhoveguides@gmail.com Brighton Theatre of the Air Radio Drama Meetup group 8pm Goldstone Ex Service Club, 20 Shirley Street btota.co.uk; 07818 118062

Tuesday

Badaboum! French music playgroup Drop-in; £5; term-time only 9.30-10.30am, The Snug 07917 282679 badaboum@talktalk.net Get Active for Older Adults Age 50+; 10.30am; £5; St Barnabas Church Contact suzy.hawker @ntlworld.com 01273 726507

Food & Friendship Lunch Club 12.30pm; £4 Hove Methodist Church 01273 324600 (HMC Office) Singing for Pleasure 2pm, Hove Methodist Church Contact: Corinne 01273 565130 Singingforpleasure@hotmail. co.uk Young Actors Group Ages 5-7; 4pm-5pm Hove Methodist Church info@theyoungactorsgroup. com Hatha Yoga with Isabelle 5.30-6.30pm The Snug, Stoneham Park Contact Isabelle: 07492 448044 Beginners Yoga 7-8pm The Snug, Stoneham Park Contact Charlie Nash info@yogafrogs.com Brighton & Hove Camera Club 7-9.30pm, Hove Methodist Church 01273 324600 (HMC Office) Hove Zen & Mindfulness Sangha Soto Zen group: sitting, walking, chanting 7.30-9pm, Hove Methodist Church Dheeresh: 07758 574567 Antenatal classes 6.45pm, Holy Cross Church To pre-book call 07494 002577 or visit www.babies.uk.com Pilates Mat Classes Gentle Beginners: 9.45-10.40am Beginners: 10.45-11.40am Beginners: 6-6.55pm Beginners Plus: 11.45am-12.40pm Masons Yard, Westbourne Street 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com 3 Tuesday of the month Hove WI 10am to 12 noon Hove Methodist Church rd

Hove Earlybird Beach Walkers Meet in front of King Alfred car park, Free; 7.15am-8.05am www.meetup.com/HoveWeekly-Beach-Walks Little Pickles Music for parents & toddlers 10-11am, Hove Methodist Church, David Taggart: 07758 008625, www.littlepicklemusic.co.uk Jumping Beans Preschool children, 10-11.30am, Holy Cross Church 01273 230899 Music with Mike 1.15-1.45pm & 2-2.30pm The Snug, Stoneham Park musicwithmike.co.uk Off The Blocks – Christian Club Primary school age, 3.45-5pm, Holy Cross Church, 01273 230899 Rainbows 4pm-5pm, Hove Methodist Church 01273 324600 (HMC Office) Sama Karate 5-7pm, Hove Methodist Church samtsama@gmail.com Pilates Contigo 6.15-7.15pm, The Snug 07875 634801 or pilates@contigo.org.uk Holistic Yoga 7.30-8.45pm, The Snug 07796 562494 or info@yogashanta.com General Level Pilates 6-7pm, Tree of Life Centre Portland Road, Contact Emily to book: 07709 357622 www.pilateswithemily.co.uk Yoga 7.30-8.30pm, Hove Methodist Church DoYourOMThing@outlook.com Pilates Mat Classes Beginners: 9.45-10.40am and 6.45-7.40pm Masons Yard, Westbourne Street, 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com

Thursday

Hola! Pre-school Spanish class 9.30-10.15am The Snug, Stoneham Park Contact Maria Cortell cortellmaria4@gmail.com

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Pilates with Emily Gentle Pilates 9.45-10.45am Tree of Life Centre To book: 07709 357622 or www.pilateswithemily.co.uk Little Pickles Music for parents & toddlers 10-11am, Hove Methodist Church David: 07758 008625 www.littlepicklemusic.co.uk Pilates Mat Classes Beginners: 11-11.55am Intermediate: 10-10.55am Masons Yard, Westbourne Street, 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com Body Control Pilates 11am-12 noon, The Snug rachelnessmartin@gmail.com Beginners Pilates 11am-12 noon, Tree of Life Centre, Portland Road Contact Emily to book: 07709 357622 www.pilateswithemily.co.uk Food & Friendship Lunch Club For people with learning disabilities and over-50s (term-time only) 12.30pm, Hove Methodist Church cookingcaroline@outlook.com Physiotone Pilates Mum and Baby: 12-12.55pm and 1-1.55pm The Snug, Stoneham Park Emma Bradley: Physiotone@gmail.com 07545 445656 Recorder Group University of the Third Age 2-4pm, Hove Methodist Church www.brightonandhoveu3a.org Social Club Quizzes, games, friendly banter and refreshments, 4.30-6.30pm Vallance Centre, Conway Court Speech & Drama Class with LAMDA Preparation 5-8 years 4-5pm (term-time), The Snug jude@speakingworks.co.uk 07900 301375 Slimming World 5-8.30pm, Hove Methodist Church Contact Sarah-Jane 01903 530645 Pilates with Emily 6.15pm Improver Pilates 7.30pm Intermediate Pilates Hove Methodist Church info@pilateswithemily.co.uk or 07709 357622


25 Wind-down Hatha Yoga 8-9pm, The Snug Contact Anya Patterson on 07725 162831 or email anyalily@hotmail.com

Friday

YogaFrogs with Charlie Nash Age 5-11; 10am-11am; £7 The Snug, Stoneham Park Single classes £7 or 5-class pass for £30 Booking essential: info@yogafrogs.co.uk or 07920 403657

Hove Earlybird Beach Walkers Meet in front of King Alfred car park, Free for all 7.15am-8.05am www.meetup.com/HoveWeekly-Beach-Walks

Gentle Exercise Class for older or unfit people, followed by tea and a chat 4.30-6.30pm Hove Methodist Church

Slimming World 9.30-11.30am Hove Methodist Church Sarah-Jane: 01903 530645

2nd Saturday of the month Councillors’ Surgery for Wish Ward 11am-12 noon The Snug, Stoneham Park

Friday Support Group Drop-in tea and chat for people with isolation or bereavement issues, 10-11.30am Hove Methodist Church Howl Child-friendly choir 10.30-11.30am (term-time only), Central United Reformed Church, Blatchington Road www.howl.org.uk Tamar: 07960 245564 Polka Tots Parents & Toddlers 2pm; 0-5 years Hove Methodist Church Mindful Body Yoga with Charlie Nash 10.30–11.30am Drop in; pay by donation; all levels — The Snug, Stoneham Park, info@mindfulbodyyoga. co.uk — 07920 403657 General Level Pilates 12.15pm, Tree of Life Centre Portland Road Contact Emily: 07709 357622 www.pilateswithemily.co.uk IT Group for Older People Drop in; 2pm-4pm Vallance Centre, Conway Court Sackville Road, 07934 351867 Vital Danza Dance for health and happiness 8.15-9.45pm; £10 The Float Spa, Third Avenue www.helenthatcher.com

Saturday

Pilates Mat Classes Beginners: 9-9.55am High Intensity Power Pilates: 10-10.50am Masons Yard, Westbourne Street 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com

15th June Writing with Humour A talk by Gerry Maguire Thompson Open to all; £2 members, £3 non-members; 2-4pm, Vallance Centre, 2 Conway Court thehatcherywritersgroup. wordpress.com 07818 118062 or hatchery. writers@gmail.com

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22nd June Midsummer Fair 11am-4pm Stoneham Park 22nd June Great Get-Together Live music, table top sale, games, BBQ, drinks & more 1pm-4pm Hove Methodist Church

Sunday

16th June Diving into Story Monthly Writing Workshops 1.30-4.30pm; £25 Tree of Life Centre Portland Road Contact Sandra 07551 772129 www.sandrajensen.net PLEASE SEND YOUR LOCAL EVENTS AND CLASSES TO info@poetspages.co.uk IMPORTANT NOTE... We will update this list as soon as we receive information, but we strongly recommend phoning ahead to check when attending an activity for the first time. Some classes may be term-time only.

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Safety on Portland Road There is no doubt that safety on Portland Road – on the road itself, on the pavements and, in particular, around the schools – is a big concern in West Hove. Cllr Garry Peltzer Dunn and I found this out for certain when we received huge support for our proposal to ban dangerous pavement parking outside Wish Park Surgery. The successful campaign of course led to Hove’s first ever pavement parking ban which continues to work well. But it has taken several interesting twists since which is what Cllr Garry Peltzer Dunn and I are informing residents about now. Over one thousand Wish Ward residents recently responded to our detailed survey about a number of different Portland Road issues. We sent the results out to all Wish residents but also used them to lobby the Council for a series of safety-related improvements;

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27 pavements to both stop hazardous parking taking place and to make crossing easier. It’s a win-win really for both road-users and pedestrians. We will share the plan far and wide once it is beyond the draft stage. Off the back of this work, we have been contacted by a group of parents who have concerns about air quality outside the two schools. The schools’ playgrounds are close to a busy crossing point after all. Although there is some data about air quality locally, it’s not local enough to draw any firm conclusions. The nearest sampling point is on Station Road in Portslade. Garry and I will shortly be requesting that data is collected outside the schools. If we do not receive a positive answer, we will again be collecting petition signatures.

Portland Road of course being the most unsafe road in our part of town.

Not wishing to pre-empt poor air quality results, we are starting to look into what other schools have done to counter fumes from nearby cars. Trees and bushes along a boundary help no end.

In our discussions with the Council’s traffic engineers, we have called for many different safety features. Funding has now been found and a draft scheme has been presented to us.

And on that happy note, we are delighted to announce that the Council has agreed to replace the four missing trees outside Wish Park Surgery that were knocked over by motorists parking on the pavement!

The focus of the scheme is on improving safety around the junctions with side streets by building out the

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News from Brighton & Hove City Council...

HMOs Planning Consultation Residents’ concerns about high concentrations of houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) have led to a proposal to extend the current planning rules across the city. In most of Brighton & Hove, property owners wishing to convert a family house into a shared house or HMO for up to six people do not currently have to get planning permission. Larger HMOs of seven or more occupants already need planning permission. Give us your views on the proposal by visiting ‘open consultations’ at: www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/ consultation. The consultation runs from Monday 3rd June to Monday 15th July.

If agreed it will mean that planning permission will be required for a change of use from a family home to a small HMO anywhere in the city. A citywide approach aims to make the rules consistent for everyone, provide long-term certainty for developers and residents and prevent concentrations getting too high before action is taken. It would also bring the planning regulations in line with HMO licensing which is already in force citywide.

Currently five wards have controls through an ‘Article 4 Direction’ which means that in the following areas small HMO conversions need planning permission:

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The works from the height of his career are alive with colour, inspired by the time he spent in Italy. After retirement, he lived in a flat in Brunswick Square and regularly painted local scenes including a series of promenade paintings, packed with bizarre characters dancing on the prom with a ship on the sea in the distance. This display shows the range of his work including early etchings and sketches of Brighton life, paintings, sketchbooks, notebooks and diaries. For more information visit brightonmuseums.org.uk/hove

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TIMING IS KEY AND THAT TIME IS NOW! At Goldin Lemcke we know that May to August is a hugely important period for property sales in your particular area. Demand will rise, accompanied by an increase in property sales which is driven by warmer weather, the attraction to the seafront and family buyers considering their options for schooling. Please call us for expert advice on the best strategy for achieving the maximum value for your home, during this important period and get your move off to the best possible start.

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