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Round Hill from afar

 

Welcome to the website of The Round Hill Society, Brighton UK.

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Check out the Round Hill Community Noticeboard Facebook Group and its use for "Trader Recommendations" described here. This dedicated FB Group allows over 620 Round Hill residents to share their knowledge as well as their unwanted possessions.

There are about 900 Round Hill households and each receives a printed newsletter 4 times per year:

The Round Hill Reporter

Click here for Past issues downloadable as PDF

Latest Edition        December 2021 - --------------Issue 86------------  

Advent Windows across Round Hill, Stop the Round Hill Rat Run, January can drag (toads), Poetry Corner, Round Hill to become a Low Traffic Neighbourhood, Bike Rack Rubbish?, Street Art, The Long Wall.

Round Hill Community Meeting

Forthcoming events | Popular past events

SEE PROGRESS TOWARDS A LIVEABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD

TOAD PATROLLING [Contact Kate W.]

For those new to things this year, in a nutshell, what's involved is popping out to the Cat Creep (the stepped alleyway that links Roundhill Crescent at the bottom, and Wakefield/Richmond Rds at the top) anytime after dusk and counting the toads/frogs/newts you see, and letting the public know of the marvelous migratory spectacle occurring literally at their feet (amphibians emerging from winter hibernation and trundling off towards their breeding ponds to find a mate - often with the male toads hitching a ride on the back of the females en route and sometimes fighting & singing!). While it's usually rare at this site to need to move any amphibians out of harm's way, what's key is to encourage the public to use a light and 'check before you step'! In previous years we've had between 700-800 sightings over a migration period, with numbers above 50 being seen in a single trip on the busiest nights! So it's a great excuse for a winter evening wander; kids welcome.

Regular Listings


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. English Speaking Union lectures at The Hove Club, Fourth Av.
11. Walks - unguided, guided, longer and shorter
12. The Living Coast - what's on?
13. What's on at The Level - calendar of events
14. Active for Life Programme including Healthwalks
15. Sussex Wildlife Trust What's on
16. Friends of Hollingbury & Bursted Woods - work sessions
17. Prince Regent Online Pool & Class Timetable 
18. See also The Argus - events page
19. Brighton & Hove Food Partnership

  

Concerts: classical music & folk clubs

Visit www.sussexconcerts.org.uk for info throughout the county

Wednesdays 2pm-2.45pm at St Nicholas's Church Dyke Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3LJ map - Lunchtime concerts

Thursdays 1pm - 2.30pm All Saints Church, Hove BN3 3QE [Map], lunchtime concerts

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 evening concerts

Saturdays weekly 8pm     Lewes Folk Club
meets at Elephant & Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Entry is usually £3 for Come-All-Ye's and between £5 and £7 for guest nights.

Some Sunday afternoons  Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra - Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Church Street Brighton, BN1 1UE 

The Roundhill at its best under Max & Rosi

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The Roundhill Facebook site for for latest information.

 

The Arts

Visit our ARTS / MUSIC / THEATRE / CINEMA page.

Markets in easy reach of Round Hill

Brighton Open Market
Marshalls Row, Brighton BN1 4JU (opposite NW corner of The Level)

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Click on the picture above for an illustrated list of all the stalls in Brighton's Open Market. Click here for Open Market events.

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

 

 Florence Road Farmers' Market    Saturdays weekly

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Florence Road Market (see map) is held every Saturday from 9.30am to 1.30pm in One Church courtyard BN1 6DL in part of Southdown Avenue running from Florence Road towards Springfield Road.

 

The Level - enjoy the park & events

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Cycling

bikes

 

 

 

  

Swimming

swimming

Find your nearest swimming pool

Online Pool & Class Timetable
for today at the
Prince Regent Pool

 

Walking

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:

Friends of Hollingbury and Bursted Woods

Hollingbury and Bursted Woods Facebook site

 

Education (for adults)

See Brighton and Hove City Council's list of:

Adult learning providers and courses

[The Friends Centre went into administration in July 2020]

 

Silver Strings for late starters in learning to play an instrument.

 

Adult EducationFree University Brighton

Migrant English, Welfare Rights, Yoga, Free Software, and degree level courses in Social Science and Humanities, Philosophy, Feminism, Gender & Sexuality.

This page was last updated by Ted on 09-Jan-2022
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