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Local People: Roger Amerena
Sunday, 12 Dec, 2010 – 11:15 | One Comment
Local People: Roger Amerena

Tony Davenport takes a look at local conservation ‘philanthropist’ Roger Amerena, and how things might not be what they seem

The Old Market: Financial History
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 15:09 | 7 Comments
The Old Market: Financial History

After having their planning application for the Old Market rejected Trustees have launched a petition to request money from the local council. Tony Davenport discovers that things are not quite as they seem.

Communal Bins Overflow
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 12:14 | No Comment
Communal Bins Overflow

I cannot claim to be surprised by the stacking up of refuse around the communal bins all over the centre of the city. Councillor Gill Mitchell, who was Labour chair of the environment committee which …

The Facts About Homeopathy
Wednesday, 21 Oct, 2009 – 18:42 | 4 Comments
The Facts About Homeopathy

When I told a friend of mine that I was going to write an article about homeopathy he suggested it might be more effective to just write a few lines about it. I chuckled. At …

Developments On The Seafront
Friday, 18 Sep, 2009 – 17:30 | 10 Comments
Developments On The Seafront

Most residents know that a viewing pod on a pole, cunningly labelled the “i360” to suggest it is cool, is scheduled to be built any time now, on the seafront, up where the West Pier …

Local History: Communal Bins Arrive
Friday, 13 Feb, 2009 – 21:58 | 3 Comments
Local History: Communal Bins Arrive

This is an article which I wrote some months ago in another local magazine on the history of the communal bin scheme. I thought it might prove of interest for some residents in the area …

The South Downs Way
Friday, 2 May, 2008 – 21:15 | One Comment
The South Downs Way

The South Downs Way, stretching for a hundred miles from Winchester to Eastbourne, is one of Britain’s National Trails. Justifiably designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it offers stretches of peace and isolation almost …