- Trader recommendations
- Preston Park Surgery - new website offering email contact
- Brighton & Hove Mutual Aid during Covid 19.
Consider joining the Covid 19 Mutual Aid Facebook Group covering the Round Hill area and the associated Whatsapp Group for volunteers only to share information.
- Our support for older people's page is intended for anybody over 50 and any resident supporting an older person who wishes to remain in their home.
- Police Community Support
- Brighton and Hove City Council
- Houses of Multiple Occupation HMOs
- Recycling organisations & outlets Brighton & Hove
- Reporting problems:
- Reporting flytipping items dumped/left in public space
- Contacting different Council departments:
graffiti, litter, street bins, dog poo, abandoned vehicles, untaxed vehicles, road safety, lighting, noise, anti-social behaviour, crime, nuisance from noise / bonfires / smoke
- FixMyStreet.com (a national website)
- Troubled by smell or industrial noise from The Waste Transfer Station at Hollingdean Depot?
Phone (free from landlines):The Environment Agency on 0800 80 70 60who set and control the terms of Veolia's licence
- Neighbouring Residents' Associations
- Downs Infant and Downs Junior [map] schools
- Liaison with the Universities
Buses & Trains
Buses - live departures
Princes Crescent (The Round Hill) travelling into Brighton
Princes Crescent (St Saviour's Flats) to Hollingdean / Hollingbury
Melbourne Street to Old Steine, Churchill Sq, Portslade Station
Sainsbury Lewes Road to Moulsecoomb, Bevendean, Univesities
Bus routes and timetables in Brighton and Hove
Trains - live departures
Brighton | London Road | Moulsecoomb | Falmer | Lewes |
London Gatwick | London Victoria | railway stations
Entertainment and Eating out
Click here for details of local arts / music / theatre / cinema
Library Catalogues, Archives and Maps
Brighton | E. Sussex (E-library)
Google Satellite Map of Brighton Hove and surrounding area.
News and media
The Argus | News Archive | Letters Page |
Brighton and Hove Independent
Brighton and Hove News
With a membership of nearly 600 Round Hill residents,
The Round Hill Community Noticeboad Facebook Group
launched in April 2016, provides far more informants than we have ever had before on any website local to our neighbourhood.
You can either post a request (e.g. for a good plumber) or you can click the SEARCH symbol at the top right of the page (just to the right of the INVITE button) and enter the word "plumber". All previous posts which mention the word "plumber" will then be displayed.
If you are a member of The Round Hill Community Noticeboad try out any of the search links below:
Remember to open any concealed COMMENTS RE each post.
Members of the Hanover Community Faceboook Group (17.8K members) can use the same technique. Try this URL:
Once the URL is in your web browser, you can edit the word "builder" to the "search term" of your choice and other categories of trader can then be searched.
Many traders are themselves members of this large FB Group and may put themselves forward if you post a request.
An alternative to social media sites is www.checkatrade.com