We need volunteers to steward the Playstreet element of the Xmas Party on Saturday 12th December, it’s fun and rewarding.
The time slots are –
11.45 – 12.30
12.30 – 1.15
1.15 – 2.00
2.00 – 2.45
2.45 – 3.30
3.30 – 4.15.
If you can help with one or more of these slots please contact Jenny Staff at email@example.com. Thanks.
A bike hire scheme for Brighton and Hove is now set to go following full funding approval from the Coast to Capital (C2C) Local Transport Body yesterday (Thursday, 26 November).
The news comes two days after the council’s Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee voted to support the scheme on Tuesday.
C2C funding is for £1.16 million from the Local Growth Fund. The council’s Local Transport Plan and other funding streams, such as developer contributions, will fund the remaining £290,000 for the total £1.45 million infrastructure and start-up costs.
Full story here.
Here are details of some festive upcoming free Healthwalks ranging from the super-easy Carol Service Healthwalk to the more challenging Rottingdean walk; all designed to get you active and in the mood for the Christmas Season!
Corinna Edwards-Colledge, Healthwalks Manager
Sports Development Team | Brighton & Hove City Council
Working days: Tuesday – Thursday. Tel: 01273 292564 | 01273 292574
Website: www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/healthwalks | Find us on Facebook and Twitter.
Do you care about your neighbourhood? Are you itching to help get your streets, parks and squares looking their best? Then Brighton & Hove City Council is launching a community clear-up programme that will visit every ward over the next 12 months.
Over the next year, the council’s refuse, recycling and street cleaning service Cityclean will be putting its expertise and muscle behind a series of major one-day community clear-ups. And the council would like to encourage residents and businesses in the area to join in.
For the full story click here.
No Ball Games signs on one Brighton estate have been replaced with new notices encouraging play instead.
Hyde Housing put up the Please Play Here signs on the Phoenix estate at the bottom of Albion Hill on Saturday during a play day.
They are part of a new approach from the group to encourage playtime and promote childrens’ health, well-being and happiness.
For full story click here.