Tag Archives: open space
Tonight’s SGM was no curate’s egg, but a veritable seagull’s clutch from which has hatched a healthy-sized and vigorous committee, ready to defend its turf from the onslaught of the council apparatchiks who claim to be Mearsly following their leader’s wishes. … Continue reading
Everyone concerned with the fate of The Level should make a supreme effort to attend the Friends of The Level Special General Meeting tonight. Why? Because you can have your say AND be nominated for the NEW committee. Help protect … Continue reading
Yet another meeting of no discernible point. This one attended by definite stakeholders! All but 3 or 4 of the 14 or so people present have direct or indirect financial interests in the Level, albeit all by way of public money, … Continue reading
B&HCC’s own publication, The New Encyclopaedia of Brighton published this year, has an entry for the Level on pages 176-177 where the heritage of the Level is yet again plainly described as a public open space for recreation. Read here.
Apologies to the skaters for even thinking that it might have been them – it was the Authorities what did it. Too many constitutes fly-posting. So new updated posters have been put up sparingly.