• 200 Turn out for Mega Bash on Whitehawk Hill

    Yesterday around 200 people (maybe more) met on Whitehawk Hill to practically demonstrate our opposition to the Council's plans for housing development on the Hill and Nature Reserve by doing urgent conservation work on the threatened part of the Hill.

  • 39 Manor Hill Consultation

    East Brighton Trust is planning to develop the site we own at 39 Manor Hill.
    The property is made up of one residential first floor flat and the ground floor has been let to a number of different local community groups over the years. After much thought on how the building could be best used, we have narrowed it down to two options.
  • Be Part of a new Patients Group in Whitehawk

    Be Part of a new Patients Group in Whitehawk

    Are you a patient at the Broadway Surgery or The Practice GP surgeries?

    Would you like to provide regular feedback to the surgeries and work with them to develop their services?

    If YES, then come to the launch of the

  • Bicycle Ballet are inviting you to co-create and perform the Cilia Dance

    Bicycle Ballet are inviting you to co-create and perform the Cilia Dance: a conversation using movement, rather than words, to explore how we travel around the city. Moving in lines and clusters, dancing looped sequences that describe, epitomise & reflect how we all move around the city: scooting, skating, walking, running, cycling, driving, riding…. A playful, fun and collaborative exchange; to dance in each other’s shoes and start a conversation about how we move around the city: access (and barriers) to transport, its impact on the environment and our health.  

    Join us for a free dance workshops in September, take part in the conversation and co-create a brand-new dance piece to be performed on Brighton Car Free Day! 

    Workshop in East Brighton (venue TBC): Monday 13th September from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm

  • Celebrate the Sun

  • Changing Chalk Survey: C19 and the Sussex Downs

    The National Trust and partners have a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to support activities and ideas that will help people to spend more time on the Sussex Downs and enjoy their experience of them when they are there.

    The Sussex Downs are the range of chalk hills that extend from the borders of West Sussex to Eastbourne. They are part of the wider range of hills known as the South Downs.

    The project is focused on the eastern range of the Downs, north of Brighton and Hove to Eastbourne, which include popular landmarks such as Devil’s Dyke to the north west, and Beachy Head to the east.

  • Christmas Market & Festive Fun

    Back by popular demand! DueEast brings you its annual Christmas Market

    Tuesday 10th December Whitehawk Library 2pm - 6pm Free entry for all to attractions that include: * Lantern making Workshop * Festive Refreshments * Gift Stalls from a range of local businesses * Father Christmas * Festive Singing * and much more…….

  • Concerned about health issues from GPs to Hospital?



    DueEast resident? (BN2 5)

     Come to next NC meeting 23 March 6pm Whitehawk Library

  • Courses designed to increase confidence and resilience

    Enrol now to secure a place. Courses designed to increase confidence and resilience and support people through difficult times to get back to work.


    How to Bounce Back! Resilience

    course code C3745601
    Identify strategies to improve your wellbeing. Discover ways to manage your feelings during difficult events. Develop habits that encourage you to feel positive about life. Identify strategies to enhance your social support networks.

    Starting Wednesday 30th September 10 weeks, 10am-12pm, £64, or Free if in receipt of benefits


    Computer Skills for work

  • Crime Prevention Forum at 10am Wednesday 25th May

    You are warmly invited to the next Due East Crime Prevention Forum at 10am Wednesday 25th May at Robert Lodge Meeting Rooms, Whitehawk Road, BN1 .
    Please do your best to attend.

  • Design a logo for Wellesbourne

    Design a logo for Wellesbourne Healthcare.

    Entries by 22nd May, download if its not clear for you


  • DueEast Health and Wellbeing Group meeting held on June 2nd.

    Notice of the next meeting or activity  to be held sometime in September will be sent out to you all.
    In the meantime I am sure you will not forget the opportunity to attend or participate in the 3 summer festival events in the area coming up 
    Take Part - at the Manor , Manor Road . Saturday June 27th 1pm - 4pm 
    DueEast Community Festival : Central Whitehawk, Saturday 18th July 12 noon to 4.30pm 
    Bristol Estate Community Festival : Saturday August 29th pm .
    Look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at these great events.
    Best wishes
    Graham Allen
  • Feed 5000 event

     The event is being organised in partnership with the council and many community organisations in the city and is about raising awareness of food waste.

    We'll be serving up 5,000 lunches made entirely out of food that would otherwise have been wasted. A delicious solution to the problem of food waste.
    Date: Thurs October 29th Time: 11am - 3pm Location: The Level, Brighton Cost: FREE!

  • Friends of Whitehawk Hill - Next Conservation Work Days

    Friends of Whitehawk Hill - Next Conservation Work Days Sun Oct 20th 10 - 2 Tues Oct 22nd 10 - 4 Meet at the information board at the top of the main slope just north of the top of Manor Hill.

  • full council meeting

    The next Due East Neighbourhood Council meeting is themed around health services in the Whitehawk area.

    The meeting will include opportunities for discussion about key health and wellbeing issues and how they can best be tackled in collaboration by health services, patients and community groups.

    If you are a Whitehawk resident and interested in health issues, please do go to the meeting!

  • Have Your Say! About health issues for families

    A chance for local parents and carers to get together with local health service workers to talk about how best to improve health and health services for local families.
    At the Crew Club Wednesday 17th May 9.30 am – 12 noon.

    • Refreshments available

    • Free Prize Draw for all residents taking part

  • Hawks Community Cafe grand reopening.

    Hawks Community Cafe grand reopening Wednesday 22nd of November.

    Free gifts* - free raffle for £50 shopping voucher** - and ALL HOT DRINKS HALF PRICE ON THE OPENING DAY

  • Here is an update from Wellsbourne Healthcare.

    Dear friend of Wellsbourne Healthcare

    We hope that you and your family and friends are all staying safe during the current outbreak.  This is just to let you know about what’s happening at Wellsbourne Healthcare now and in the coming weeks.

    Infection Control To keep visitors and staff as safe as possible, we are open during our normal hours but we are asking people not to come to the surgery in person.  Instead, people can contact us by phone on 01273 000544 for all enquiries, appointments and repeat prescriptions.  If we do ask you to come in person, we have made arrangements to keep everyone safely distanced.  The Broadway Surgery is doing the same.  Lloyds Pharmacy is also open.

  • May 2018 Newsletter

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  • next Crime Prevention Forum

    The next Due East Crime Prevention Forum will be 10am Wednesday 28 January at Robert Lodge Meeting Room, Whitehawk Road.

    Please find attached the Agenda for this next meeting and Minutes for the last meeting.

    At the end of the meeting there will be a Prize Draw of Coop Store vouchers for those who have completed the Crime Priorities Survey Form.
    The survey form is available at Hawks Cafe, Whitehawk Library, the Coop Store in Whitehawk Road, from Bristol and Manor Farm estates and other Due East locations.
    Please find the Survey Form attached.
    This draw will be available to Due East residents only.