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.
Welcome to the website of The Round Hill Society, Brighton UK.
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Check out the Round Hill Community Noticeboard Facebook Group or request to join the Friends of Round HIll mailing list. This dedicated FB Group allows over 620 Round Hill residents to share their knowledge, as well as their possessions!
There are about 900 Round Hill households. If you live in Round Hill, you will receive a printed newsletter, The Round Hill Reporter, four times per year.
Issue 88 June 2022
Mayo Road Street Play is back, Summer Street Party, Blue Plaque Unveiling, Toad Migration Watch, Garden Picnic, Long Wall Mural has started, Gory goings on in the Garden, History Corner, Beal Plaque Mural Vandalised, Poetry Corner, What happened to the Cafe on the Level, Recycling Reminder, Councillors give £1000 to Round Hill Greening from Ward Budgets
The Long Wall project is finally taking shape. Read the report
Round Hill Green Spaces plant sale on 29th May 2022 raised £184.00 which will be spent on to new bulbs and plants for our planters.
The Jubilee Street Party, held on Sunday 5th June 2022 and organised by Laura-Kate, was an unqualified success.
Upcoming events | Popular past events
Sunday 24th July 2pm-4pm Mayo Road
Playsafe: Water Fight Special
Events at The Roundhill pub
Take a look at the upcoming events at the award-winning Roundhill pub on their website, or on their Facebook group. They host a pub quiz and regular music. Book ahead for their legendary Sunday roast!
Markets in easy reach of Round Hill
Brighton Open Market
Marshalls Row, Brighton BN1 4JU (opposite NW corner of The Level)
The official Brighton Open Market website is at http://www.brightonopenmarket.co.uk.
It has its own illustrated Meet The Traders page at http://www.brightonopenmarket.co.uk/permanent-traders
See our page on The history of the Open Market from the 1890s
Parks in easy reach of Round Hill
Check out our list of Local Links for what's going on in the area!
1. Brighton & Hove Arts Council Diary events & exhibitions
2. Arts | Music | Theatre | Cinema throughout Brighton & Hove
3. The Duke of York's Picture House Preston Circus
4. Sussex Concerts calendar
5. Lewes Folk Club Elephant & Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ
6.The Brighton Society - talks, lectures & exhibitions.
7. The Regency Society - lectures & events
8. Hove Civic Society - lectures & events.
9. Sussex Industrial Archeology Society meetings & events
10. Walks - unguided, guided, longer and shorter
11. The Living Coast - what's on?
12. What's on at The Level - calendar of events
13 Active for Life Programme including Healthwalks
14. Sussex Wildlife Trust What's on
15. Friends of Hollingbury & Bursted Woods - work sessions
16. Prince Regent Online Pool & Class Timetable
17. See also The Argus - events page
18. Brighton & Hove Food Partnership
Concerts: classical music & folk clubs
Visit www.sussexconcerts.org.uk for info throughout the county
Tuesdays 1.10pm -1.55pm at Chapel Royal, North Street, Brighton BN1 1EA. All tickets £3 at the door.
Thursdays 1pm-2pm at All Saints Church The Drive Hove BN3 3QE lunchtime concerts. Suggested £5 donation.
Fridays weekly 12.30-1.15 p.m Unitarian Church New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UF lunchtime concerts
Fridays fortnightly 7.30pm St Luke's Church Queens Park Road BN2 9ZB evening concerts
Some Sundays 2.45-5pm Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra - Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Church Street Brighton, BN1 1UE
Visit our ARTS / MUSIC / THEATRE / CINEMA page.
Click here for bus-aided circular walks from Round Hill, Active for Life healthwalks, countryside events, outdoor pursuits, conservation volunteers & natural history.
Explore your local woodland:
Hollingbury and Bursted Woods Facebook site
Woodvale Cemetery and Crematorium is one of the largest open spaces within easy walking distance from Round Hill. No dogs or recreation cyclists are allowed. It offers pleasant walking territory, though you should check opening times.
Other areas for walking within easy distance from Round Hill are Preston Park (including a look at Preston Manor), Blakers Park (including a look at the Stanford and Cleveland Community Garden), and The Patch (which has an annual spring festival in April).
Education (for adults)
See Brighton and Hove City Council's list of:
Silver Strings for late starters in learning to play an instrument.
Migrant English, Welfare Rights, Yoga, Free Software, and degree level courses in Social Science and Humanities, Philosophy, Feminism, Gender & Sexuality.
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Look at our website's visitor stats to see which have had the most and least hits.This page was last updated by Ted on 17-Jun-2022