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Eliza TC (7yrs) – THE WINNER!
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Carys (12yrs)
Dorota Powidzka
Erin (7yrs)
Isla Miles (10yrs)
Joy Bromfield
Jim Birkett
Julie Madden
Linder Rothery
Lyla May Vincent (11yrs)
Lucy
Mark Osborne
Nathalie Rijkers
Poppy Heffernan (9yrs)
Reginald Woodhouse
Richard
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Sarah Wright
Simon Shaw
Suchi Chatterjee
Sue Griffiths
Susan Greco
Thia Miles (6yrs)
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Most evenings are busy with a variety of activities but two local  residents, Anna Burtt and Bob Sells, spotted some gaps in the daytime schedules and have filled them with activities in which they are interested and want people to join them. (more…)

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Over the last few issues of The Whistler we have been introducing the current members of the West Hill Community Association management committee (the Trustees) to give you a flavour of who they are, what they do and maybe to inspire you to become one yourself.

In this issue we meet VINOD MASHRU

Vinod at the Hall in 2015 with the next generation of West Hill children

Together with my wife, Meena, I run Bright News in Buckingham Road, at the heart of the West Hill Community. The shop has been through a number of incarnations in its long history: a bookmakers, drapers, Bevoort Store Company, and a wine and spirit merchant to name but a few. From the 1920s onward it has served predominantly as a newsagent, also offering a valeting service in 1958! (more…)

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Peter Batten writes about core interests . . .

A few days ago the postman brought me a copy of the novel ‘Conversations with Friends’ by the Irish writer Sally Rooney (pictured). I had ordered the novel because I had heard it mentioned so many times over the previous few months. (more…)

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The Face Hugger

I’m an artist and illustrator living in Brighton and I’ve lived in the West Hill area since 2012. (more…)

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Justin Simpson, a familiar face around West Hill in general and the Duke of Wellington in particular, lived in Buckingham Road and has been going back and forth between the UK and Australia for donkey’s years as he’s a dual passport holder. He left Brighton recently for Sydney but fears Brexit might finally end his love affair with the Poms! We may or may not see him back again on these shores, but, in the meantime, he has sent us this observation of life in Sydney vs Brighton.

Sydney Street Art

Sydney is totally different to Brighthelmstone – or is it? (more…)

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Over the last few issues of The Whistler we have been introducing the current members of the West Hill Community Association management committee (the Trustees) to give you a flavour of who they are, what they do and maybe to inspire you to become one yourself.

In this issue we meet . . . John Stokdyk and Wendy McAngus (more…)

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