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Snow in our neighbouring suburbs

Lewes Road on the morning of Monday 2nd February 2009.

Lewes Road and Elm Grove


Traffic volume is beginning to rebuild.

Lewes Road towards St Peters Church


But there are plenty of walkers enjoying the Level.

The Level


How do we promote use of this open space?

The Level


Skateboard parks, swings, roundabouts...SNOW!

The Level


It's a dog's life!

The Level


And there's community for dogs too.

The Level


St Peter's Church - what will become of it?

St Peters Church


And the elm trees - how long will they survive?

The Level


A tunnel of trees next to a busy highway - not so busy today.

The Level


Traffic builds on Ditchling Road.

Ditchling Road


But there are still no buses, in spite of info to the contrary.

The Open Market


London Road is similarly bus free.

London Road


The grand old Duke of York!

Duke of Yorks Picture House


Clyde Road is looking Bonnie.

Clyde Road


And the surrounding streets are enjoying new life.

just off Clyde Road


Sainsbury's shoppers have to leave the car at home.

Clyde Road


St Peter's has also become a public open space.

off Clyde Road


Vere Road is reclaimed by snowball fighters.

Vere Road


Containing the car!

Vere Road


Ditchling Rise rises up.

Ditchling Rise


The flat part of Ditchling Road welcomes the cyclist!

Ditchling Road


New forms of transport.

Ditchling Road and Princes Road


Princes Road residents... fighting again.

Princes Road
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