We meet upstairs in the Chimney House pub at 7.45, one Thursday a month, and generally talk about the book for about an hour. You will need to have read the book (or at least not mind hearing the ending!) in order to participate.
The next books we will be reading are:
17 March: Ian McEwan: The Children’s Act
14 April: Kate Atkinson: A God in Ruins (Winner of the Costa Prize 2016)
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Here are the minutes of a Prestonville Community Association committee meeting held on 16 February:
PCA Minutes 16.02.02 final
For the Jan 2016 Ewatch newsletter for Preston, Prestonville and Five Ways,
please click on the link below. (pdf)
Preston Ewatch for Jan 2016
Attempted short cut or misguided attempt at creative parking? Seven Dials roundabout, Friday evening.
We meet upstairs at The Chimney House pub, at the top of Buxton Road, at 7.45 on the third Thursday of every month, for an hour or so of relaxed discussion about the chosen book. You are welcome to join us. All you need to do is read the book and come along.
The next three books we are reading, chosen collectively by the group, are:
15 October: Umi Sinha Belonging
19 November: Evelyn Waugh: Scoop
21 January: Lesley Thomson: The Detective’s Daughter
See you there!
Here are the minutes: PCA Minutes 15.08.25
Looking forward to seeing you all in Dyke Road Park, near the tennis courts, from midday onwards on Sunday 26 July, at this annual event, organised by the PCA and St Luke’s. We will be laying on a barbecue (in exchange for a small donation) and it would be great if you could bring food and drink to share.
Police are currently receiving regular calls about ‘rogue trader’ activity in the Brighton area. Incidents include vulnerable and usually elderly members of the community are being targeted by pushy, intimidating trades people seeking to persuade them to have unnecessary works undertaken in and around their homes.
These works include general building maintenance, tree surgery, and gardening work. Victims have then been charged extortionate amounts for sub-standard work or for work not undertaken at all. We strongly advise residents not to engage with any cold callers of this type. If you have relatives who are vulnerable or living alone, they could be a potential target for these unscrupulous people.
Please do inform your relatives, friends, and colleagues. The more people who are aware, the less likely it is that someone you know will become a victim.”Please report sightings of suspicious vehicles, persons or activities such as those described to us, using the 101 non emergency contact number, via our website, www.sussex.police.ukor if there is an offence in progress, on 999.
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