“Knowing Sarah is visiting really lifts my day. She is cheerful, dependable, caring and good at pushing wheel chairs! We have really good conversations and never stop talking.”
Football legends, Fathers Who Football, have taken their creaking limbs to Patcham Place after an 11 year residency at Preston Park. The Saturday morning friendly match, which has become a park institution, is now seeking new recruits for a kick-about at their new ‘theatre of dreams’ a mile up the London Road.
Help restore the Victorian Madeira Terrace on Brighton & Hove seafront by pledging your support.
25th September – 8th October. An exciting two-week Festival for people aged 50+.
Following their successful appearance at Brighton Library during this year's Festival Fringe, three local authors are holding public reading events:
A weekend of events
Long Furlong Riding for the Disabled Group runs sessions for adult riders on Wednesday at Chestnuts Riding School, Pyecombe, BN45 7FJ.
All Saints occupies a prominent position at the northern end of Church Hill in Patcham Conservation Area. It once comprised a small downland village, forming a distinct settlement to the north of Brighton. The present church has a history dating back to Saxon times, (possibly as early as the 700s). A church is known to have stood on this site since before the compiling of the Domesday Book in which Patcham was registered as Piceham when the village was valued at £80 in 1086 AD. There are striking similarities with other Sussex Downland churches nearby, such as Pyecombe and Clayton, in terms of construction and overall design. It is built in flint, widely used for building construction in Sussex in the middle ages, with sections of the present building dating from as early as the 12th century. In the nave of the church and positioned over the chancel arch is a rare 13th century Last Judgement or Doom Painting, whitewashed over at the time of the purges of the Reformation then rediscovered during renovations in 1880-1883.
The beginning of the Preston Society, the blossoming of a local amenity society into the Preston and Patcham Society and its demise . .
Posted in Preston Pages Community on Jun 01, 2017
See 5 contrasting gardens a close walk from each other around Preston Park for £5. The gardens are at 30 and 31 Preston Park Avenue (the pink steps are on the cover of the brochure!), Preston Manor’s Walled Garden, as well as 24 and 32 Clermont Terrace. Opening days are Friday and Saturday 9 and 10 June from 11am to 5pm.
Preston Village, with its centerpieces of Preston Manor and St Peter’s church, is an ancient settlement; its importance dates from before Domesday. Although the village has now been swallowed up by the city of Brighton and Hove, it still retains its own strong identity. We’d like to celebrate Preston by a holding a free event that can be enjoyed by all the family. Here’s what’s on:
There has been a series of recent incidents reported to Action Fraud where a lone fraudster has approached victims whom they believe to be unfamiliar with the local area. They make an excuse to talk to the victims such as enquiring about directions or offering a recommendation for a good hotel.
Join in Brighton Housing Trust’s epic mass-participation challenge to cycle ‘around the world’ in just 12 hours! On Sunday 25th June adults and children will take to their bikes at Preston Park Velodrome to cycle laps towards a collective distance of 40,075km.
Tours of our original WW2 Air Raid shelter & 40’s themed events Tours: £4, £1 per child. Performances Free.
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