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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

Local History For Sale In
 Auction This Month
Sunday, 12 Dec, 2010 – 11:09 | No Comment

Gorringes in Lewes will be selling a collection of Brighton prints belonging to Anthony Dale (1912-1993), founder of the Regency Society on 8th December, including two signed and dated watercolours of Kemptown by Norman Janes …

History Centre To Stay Open
Sunday, 21 Feb, 2010 – 11:02 | One Comment

Many were relived to hear that the council’s plan to close the local History Centre has been cancelled. Good to see that the council are taking note of people’s views in the press and through …

Royal Alex Update
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 12:31 | No Comment
Royal Alex Update

Brighton and Hove City Council claim to be making a concerted effort to consult local residents on the future of the Royal Alex site. But are they?

Ceremony Marks 25th Anniversary 
Of Brighton Hotel Bombing
Wednesday, 21 Oct, 2009 – 19:54 | No Comment
Ceremony Marks 25th Anniversary 
Of Brighton Hotel Bombing

In the early hours of 12 October, 25 years ago, residents of Brighton and Hove were woken by the sound of an explosion. A bomb, planted by the IRA to strike at the heart …

Thomas Read Kemp – a Regency ‘Credit Crunch’?
Friday, 13 Feb, 2009 – 2:25 | One Comment
Thomas Read Kemp – a Regency ‘Credit Crunch’?

 
 
In November 1822, the Sussex Weekly Advertiser reported that; ‘Two elegant new squares are talked of to skirt the East and the West of the town’. One was Kemp Town and the other, Brunswick Town …

This Old House
Thursday, 12 Jun, 2008 – 14:54 | One Comment
This Old House

It was the summer of 2003 when we first were introduced to the sad, boarded up house at No. 54 Waterloo Street. It had once been a magnificent Regency terrace, but long ago had been …