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Pocket parks? Could we benefit?

A government scheme supports ‘the transformation of (small) unloved areas’ into green spaces that can be enjoyed by all: the Pocket Park scheme. This sounds like the kind of thing that could benefit Brighton Greenway: the government documents refer to … Continue reading

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‘Pigeon poo’ bridge

It’s so sad that New England Bridge, which was built in 1839-40 in the style of a triumphal arch to celebrate the arrival of the railway, is now known to locals as ‘Pigeon Poo bridge’. But thanks to initiative by … Continue reading

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Brighton and Hove Green Spaces Forum

It is so useful to share problems and solutions, and just get together with others doing similar things. Two of us from Friends of Brighton Greenway went along to one of Brighton & Hove Green Spaces Forum’s regular networking meetings … Continue reading

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Sunday 13th October – cancelled but … creative workshops!

Sadly, the weather forecast is showing a high likelihood of heavy rain just when we were planning to have our clear up tomorrow, followed by our AGM. We have to cancel tomorrow’s session. Our next session is planned for SUNDAY … Continue reading

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Reviewing our year – Annual General Meeting 13th October

Our next workday is SUNDAY 13th October from midday and we’re going to add our Annual General Meeting on to the end of it – rather than try and organise another meeting – between 2pm and 3.30pm. The idea is … Continue reading

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The edible planters experiment

Back in June, we worked with residents from Stroudley Road to set up a couple of experimental planters for growing edible crops on Brighton Greenway. We used wooden boxes and pallets kindly donated by The Wood Store. Residents purchased compost … Continue reading

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Coming into summer … wildflowers

The weather has been very unpredictable this year – when isn’t it? – and a dry May has led now to a wet June. The wildflowers on Brighton Greenway in May have not been so visible as in some previous … Continue reading

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