There will be changes to a number of Brighton & Hove bus routes from the start of our Summer timetable on 28 April 2019. Once again, a number of these are the result of suggestions made by our passengers and drivers, as well as Brighton Buswatch and students.
Today we have seen a big change in the plague of Blackmail, Sextortion Scam attempts we have all been seeing over the last few months and even years. The emails will all basically say that he has placed a keylogger on your computer and has evidence of you “playing with yourself” while visiting a porn site. He also states...
East Brighton is a great area to live witha strong community feeling, the residents have a great amountof pride in theirarea, which covers Whitehawk, Mano rFarm, Bristol Estate and Craven Vale. We have busy community cafes, three vibrant schools and the Whitehawk Inn which offers many courses that are affordable for all. There are less opportunities for us residents hereand all we ask is to betreated with the samefairness as the rest ofthe city. Don’t be shy come and meet us. ”DueEast Trustee
Residents walked the boundaries of their ancient common, passing its many boundary stones and marks, in defence of the land. 'The Race Ground' common was preserved in 1822 for "the inhabitants of Brighton and the public in general" at the time of the enclosure of the rest of Brighton's vast commons. Beating The Bounds is an old tradition to mark those boundaries.
DueEast Neighbourhood Council is inviting applications to a Community Wellbeing Fund designed to support local people in Whitehawk, Manor Farm and the Bristol Estate to get together to take action to improve their health and wellbeing.
Origin of the Fund
The health and wellbeing of people in the 3 areas above is on average worse than that of health and wellbeing of people in other areas of Brighton and Hove. So, DueEast has brought residents, patients , community groups and health and wellbeing and other services together in a new long term project to improve health and wellbeing for local people.
The CO-OP have launched a nationwide search in partnership with our friends at Neighbourhood Watch to find and celebrate some of the UK’s most considerate neighbours. We’re talking about the local heroes in your street and community whose acts of kindness really set them apart. Members have shaped the criteria that we’re using to judge this award. They told us that the main things that made the people next door great neighbours were their willingness to look out for each other, being sociable and friendly, offering practical help and being kind, caring and respectful.