Phoenix Art Space has begun a new initiative; creative sessions for people aged 50yrs+ who live in the Phoenix Estate, Tarner and Hanover & Elm Grove areas. These free, drop-in sessions provide older residents with creative and social opportunities as a way of combating isolation and loneliness. Held at the Phoenix Community Centre on a … Continue reading Creative sessions for people aged 50yrs+
Hanover & Tarner Liveable Neighbourhood – Boundary Roads engagement summary Two online and two in-person engagement events took place on Feb 1st/2nd 2023, aiming to share the most recent design proposals for Elm Grove (up to its junction with Queens Park Road), Queens Park Road and Egremont Place. They were attended by residents from the … Continue reading Boundary concerns…
A belated welcome to 2023 and an update and bulletin on our activities and local events. Our first meeting of the year took place on Thursday January 12th – following our regular patter this was a hybrid meeting using Zoom for online attendees and with an in person gathering at the Phoenix Community Centre. The … Continue reading Happy new year and all that….
Plant Your Postcode is a Brighton & Hove initiative supported by CPRE Sussex which aims to increase the tree cover across the whole of the Greater Brighton area. Local residents have been working with them to see waht can be done in Hanover, Elm Grove and Tarner and have put together this event on June 8th … Continue reading Greening our Neighbourhood
The next Forum meeting will take place on Thursday at 6.30 pm. Once again we shall be holding this Hybrid style, with the OWL meeting assistant facilitating and in person element at the Phoenix Community Centre to run alongside online participation by Zoom. The notes from the last meeting are HERE, and the Zoom link … Continue reading Forum Meeting March 10th
Each year our ward Councillors have £1000 each to use in our area, supporting existing projects, helping provide a local improvement or giving funds to help residents take forward a new idea which will benefit the community. In previous years, ward budget funds have helped local tree planting, community projects like the Brighton Bike Hub, … Continue reading Ward Budget Special Meeting