The home site of the Round Hill Society, a community group of the residents of Round Hill in Brighton, England. The site contains information about the area, latest news and reflections on life in Round Hill.
Committee Page containing the Minutes of recent meetings and the date of our next RHS Committee Meeting (Tuesday 6th September 2016 at Rob's). We held our last AGM on 29th September 2015 (see Minutes for full report on what was discussed).
Round Hill's printed & online resources:
Past issues of our printed newsletter 'The Round Hill Reporter' can be downloaded (in PDF format) from here. The most recent issue is
The first three of the online resources allow members to post as well as view i.e. you can interact freely with Round Hill residents by joining:
The resource below allows the Round Hill Society to reach a wider audience, though communication is one-way since posting is limited to a few editors (mainly members of The RHS Committee). Anybody with access to the Internet can view content on Round Hill on
The RH Community Noticeboard is a Facebook Group which is entirely free for local residents to join. Once a member, you can post your own content as well as view the contributions of neighbours who have already joined. Inspired by the hugely popular Hanover Community Notice Board), it has gained 126 members since April 2016. Suggested uses: share events, trader recommendations, swop/request/offer unwanted items, discuss local issues / books / films / shows, seek others interested in meeting up for a walk / drink / coffee morning / swim / game of tennis / invite others to become members.
Buses, coaches and trains
|London Rd||Brighton Station|
Entertainment and Eating out
|Duke of York's||The Jolly Poacher|
|Theatre Royal||Terre a Terre|
|Brighton Dome||Food for Friends|
Library Catalogues, Archives and Maps
News and media
Many residents in Brighton and Hove earn part of their keep through art, craft, and/or design. The Brighton Festival benefits from those among them who open their homes / studios to the public. Listing of local artists.
Several Round Hill residents belong to the Beyond the Level Group.
Help with complaints
template site for drafting complaints www.resolver.co.uk
Your complaint can be drafted on this site which helps you to make it concise. It can also be forwarded online to the appropriate body whether this is a utility company, a broadband or phone provider, a local authority or a retail outlet.
University Police Liaison Officer
PC Lee Cook is the university’s Police Liaison Officer.
Lee's job is to provide advice and assurance for university students and staff, working closely with the university’s Community Liaison Team, which acts as a bridge between students and the local community. You can contact Lee on 07947 722924 or L.firstname.lastname@example.org