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The Portslade Allotments and Horticultural Society Have now started their New Year and are actively seeking new members.
The Membership Subscription is only £2.50 per annum which entitles you to purchase your seeds and other horticultural supplies at their store at the Camp Site in Windlesham Close, and book for a programme of days out.
The store is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
mornings for 9.45 until 11.45
link www.portsladehorticulturalsociety.co.uk

Portslade Allotment Society-Catalogue

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Brighton Library

Residents of Mile Oak might be interested to know that a Planning Application has been submitted, on behalf of the Mile Oak Pub, for a new convenience store to be erected in the garden of the pub, ..
The Application's No is BH2014/04148, (link), if anyone wishes to view its details or make a comment on it.

I have been asked by John Shepherd, Project Worker for
Fresh Start Sussex, to post the following update on the proposed opening of a cafe in Easthill Park.
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Dear Portslade Community Forum

Seven years after it was first discussed, a disused toilet block in a Portslade park is finally being transformed into a community café and training room. The Easthill Park Café is due to open in March, and will be run by local charity Fresh Start Sussex. The café will offer work placements and training to local unemployed people, and also host a range of training events, fun activities and community events.
Local City Councillors Alan Robins and Les Hamilton, who have been instrumental in pushing the project forward over the last year, are delighted that the local community will be benefiting from a great new asset. They said, “Portslade residents will be very grateful to Fresh Start for their initiative in providing a  community café for park users and local residents, and also providing an excellent training facility for our young people. My thanks go to all who have made this possible”
The Easthill Park toilets have been disused since 1979, and have become any eyesore and also attracting anti-social behaviour. The refurbishment will take about six weeks, but before it starts, there is another project to undertake – photographing all the graffiti. The wall graffiti is iconic of the late 1970’s, with a range of political messages, music groups of the time, and messages of undying love. The graffiti will be turned into an on-line exhibition in the next few months, sponsored by Sussex Asphalte and Thorn Electrical.

You can also follow progress on our twitter page

https://twitter.com/easthillcafe

Best wishes, John

John Shepherd
Project Worker
Fresh Start Sussex
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From left to right
Dexter and his dog, Alfie. Councillor Les Hamilton. Jake, Dan and Faith Porter from Thorn Electrical. Councillor Les Hamilton.and Julian Coulter from Sussex Asphalte
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Portslade Community Forum (PCF)

Meeting
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The next Meeting will be on Monday 16th Feb 2015
at 7.00 for 7.30 start. at
The Village Centre

The AGM and Open Day will be on Saturday 7th March from 11.00 - 3.00 at the Mile Oak Community Centre, Chalky Road.

Foredown Tower - Visit Nov. '14

To view the page of the re-launch of Portslade Town Hall on 11th June, click on THIS LINK

North Portslade Newsletter

The Feb./March edition of the NPNL has now been published. If you have any articles, letters or comment you would like to contribute, please get in touch with Jo on 01273 424002 or by email on
npcnewspaper@gmail.com

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Meetings of the Portslade Local Action Team, (LAT) are
on Mondays at The Village Centre
from 7.00 p.m. for Networking, followed by formal business at 7.30 p.m.
16th March 2015
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At the AGM of the LAT, held on the21st July
the following were elected to serve on the Committee

Adam Pride Chair & Treasurer

Peter Atkinson Secretary
Amanda Scales
Penny Gilbey (Cllr. North Portslade)
Alan Robins (Cllr. South Portslade)

Youth Representative: Vacant

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