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Round Hill Reporter

The Round Hill Reporter is the quarterly newsletter of the Round Hill Society, now delivered to all homes in the Round Hill conservation area.

Latest edition
Issue 68 June 2017 
Come to Playsafe on 25th June &/or Our first Jumble Trail 11th June, Cuttress's Tower Mill, Cuts to our Police Service, Why we Exist and Why we Want You!, Teddy boys of the bird table, Our Daddy of an Elm has a big trim, Report on Playsafe with Dr Bike, The Long Wall - Action at last?, How to Recycle in Brighton, Playsafe dates for 2017
      Click on the links below for PDF versions of past editions of the newsletter.


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68.June 2017
1. February 2000
  Litter clearance, Social evenings, Description of the area, Round Hill 100 years ago, Crime and local police
2. May 2000
  Planning restrictions, Traffic Management survey, Community grants, Round Hill document archive, CAAG
3. September 2000
  Further traffic data, street party report and photographs
4. December 2000
  Changes to planning rules, city waste collection, history group, window boxes and planters, new committee members, AGM report, John Bailey Haynes memorial
5. March 2001
  Round Hill in bloom, carols and candles, new website, urban wildlife project
6. June 2001
  Problems with planning permission, Ninelives project, documents in the Round Hill archive, report on manufacture of planters for the area, rural Round Hill
7. October 2001
  History group news, rooflights and planning permission, news on traffic survey, wildlife, garden party
8. March 2002
  Belton Road development proposals, carols and candles, forthcoming history book, proposed road closure
9. August 2002
  Continued historical research, street party report, contrasting planning decisions, wildlife gardening, Belton windmill, Cat Creep orchard
10. December 2002
  Membership changes, AGM report, graffiti, Neighbourhood Network, activities for children, first impressions of the area, Healthy City status
11. March 2003
  Post office closure, bin slimming, planning in conservation areas, the cat creep, community policing, home security, elm felling, reading group, proposed car park
12. June 2003
  Crime statistics, Brighton Morris Men, Real Nappy Week, history walk, Preston Park changes, questionnaire, Bartoli's, open houses, smallpox, Living Streets
13. September 2003
  Road closure confirmed, refuse and recycling, halloween, fledging wildlife, Regeneration Partnership
14. December 2003
  Free calendar, proposed car club, dog fouling, survey results, history group update, Neighbourhood networks update
15. March 2004
  Carolling report, Mahendra Agnihotri, garden notes, new elm trees, traffic increase, road closure completed, the smart house, lamp posts
16. June 2004
  Crime figures, swifts, transport plan, history quiz, cat creep maintenance, Mayo Court windows
17. September 2004
  Third street party, proposed development on Princes Road (first Carelet application), living in Belton Close, solar panels, Tower windmill, community e-mail list, reading group report
18. December 2004
  Update on Carelet 1, one-way proposals for Wakefield Road, composter trial, squirrels, wildlife-friendly gardens, South Downs campaign, solar panels update, AGM update
19. March 2005
  Carelet 1 refused, City Car Club and parking, chaffinches, birdwatch, anti-social behaviour, history group book launch, car crime
20. June 2005
  Migratory birds, Carelet 1 appeal, garden ponds, e-mail tales, Dump the Dump campaign, new website, massage school, double parking
21. September 2005
  Open gardens report, spiders, proposed waste facility, cat shootings, architecture quiz, Carelet 2 proposals, pedestrian crossings
22. December 2005
  Double yellow lines, robins, solar eclipse, walking, Carelet 2 parking issues, giclee prints
23. March 2006
  Carelet 2 refused, cat creep development proposed, Open Market, squirrels, open houses, Triangle group launched, waste depot proposals
24. June 2006
  Green ribbon development, butterflies, pedestrian crossing refused, questionnaire results, i360 proposals, crime and security
25. September 2006
  Carelet 3, open gardens report, Round Hill Crescent development proposals, cat creep development refused
26. December 2006
  Open market plans, Local Plan, bedding down for winter, Wakefield Road stables, LR2 regeneration
27. March 2007
  Reading group award, Esso site proposals, parking issues, frogs, bronze age burial
28. June 2007
  Cat shootings, sundials, bees, table sale, urban characterisation, history walks, community news, bungaroosh
29. September 2007
  Greenfield spaces, city statistics, national park update, what requires planning permission?, writing workshops
30. December 2007
  Table sale, Getafix cycles, bat and trap on the level, wildlife photography, AGM report, editing a newsletter
31. March 2008
  Carelet 4, transition neighbourhood, sparrowhawks, acupuncture, community policing, festival news
32. June 2008
  London Road proposals, pocket park, open market update, solar debate, wine-tasting, honeysuckles
33. September 2008
  Ashdown Road development proposals, brewery tour, James Gray, pocket park responses, worms, lost cats, local pubs
34. December 2008
  Lamp posts, AGM report, car cub, Ashdown Road commercial activity, night deliveries, national park postcards, book review
35. March 2009
  Victoria redevelopment, Ashdown Road, conservation volunteering, locally-grown produce, trees, sharing the streets
36. June 2009
  Street picnic party, Carelet's fifth proposal, London Road consultation, National Garden Scheme, acupuncture
37. September 2009
  Carelet's final application approved, Street party report, Ashdown Road changes, Garden report
38. December 2009
  Christmas carol singing, local action on traffic, waste facility concerns, urban shepherds, Wild Park walk
39. March 2010
  Snow and ice, Carelet 6, Erosion of green spaces, Waste strategy, Ashdown Road decision
40. June 2010
  RHS 10th anniversary, open gardens, letter from Copenhagen, recycling
41. September 2010
  Street party, Waste transfer station, Studentification, parking survey
42. December 2010
  Carol singing, Street party, Greetings cards, Sainsbury's application, B & H Quiz, Parking in RH after implementation of neighbouring CPZ
43. March 2011
  CUPP project, Carelet Appeal Rejected, Revisiting residents' parking, Street party plans, Redesign of The Level, Voting system, Handling rubbish & The Waste Forum, Creating a wildlife garden
44. June 2011
  Street Party publicity, Open gardens, Roundhill Tavern Revamp, Crime statistics for RH, Vivien E. - Sheep Lookerer
45. September 2011
  AGM publicity, Open Gardens, Lewes Rd improvements, Street Party report, RH Christmas cards, Aerial view of RH in the 1970s, Surveying RH
46. December 2011
  Seasonal Singing, Monkeys & Roundhill Road, Seasonal Window Dressing, Reeking Rubbish, Water Warning, Round Hill AGM, Nearby Planning Proposals
47. March 2012
  Round Hill Questionnaire, Road Rage in Wakefield Rd, Seasonal Singing report & Window Decorations, Car Club update, Veolia News, Nature Notes, Support for Older People webpage, Round Hill Reading Group
47b. Round Hill Community Survey 2012
48. June 2012
  Round Hill Research Results, Top Concerns, Seeking help in planning community events, Green Pages, Tackling Traffic Issues, Tips for Householders in Emergencies, Garden Gadabout, Community Transport
49. September 2012
  Round Hill AGM, Level Improvements, Harveys Brewery Trip, Brighton Early Music Festival, Community Clean-up, Lewes Road Environmental Improvements and Personal Travel Plans, Bus up to the Downs
50. December 2012
  Round Hill Seasonal Singing, Sunnyside, Veolia Update, LATs, Gardening Club, Bins, Young Reporters on RH Community Clean-up, Reports on Harveys Brewery Trip & RHS AGM
51. March 2013
  Community Clean-up 13 Apr 2013, Young Repoters talk to our own Community Police Officer, Seasonal Singing, Weekend Working at the Waste Plant?, Round Hill Controlled Parking, Doctor Bike Surgery, Car Park Fete plans for early summer
52. June 2013
  Richmond House & Carelet planning outcomes, History Project about The Level, A Student Voice, Burglaries, PVC Windows Rejected, New Rules for Rented Homes, Eco Open Houses, Ideas for Future Clean-ups, Trekking for Medical Research, From Rosehill to Roundhill continued.
53. October 2013
  October Clean up and AGM, Reminiscences over 62 years in the neighbourhood, Sparrowhawk in Roundhill Crescent, Greeting new students, Mayo Court Gardening Project, BP Garage Eyesore, Love Your Lampposts, Planters as a Gateway to Round Hill.
54. December 2013
  seasonal singing, Brighton and Hove Older People's Council, website changes, lost branches and new hedges, short story: cunning as a fox, Richmond House: second application fails, reports on October Clean-up and the Round Hill Society's AGM.
55. March 2014
  plans for RHS June picnic, The Keep historical records centre, History from a house in Round Hill Crescent, Richmond D'Aubigny & Lennox Roads, A journey with a Book Group, Fair Trade Fortnight.
56. June 2014
  publicity for summer playtime / picnic / party, new planters - a gateway to Round Hill, celebrating The new Level, the need for neighbourliness, London Road improvements, report on 1st playsafe event, Crescent Rd / Belton Rd housing proposal, Brighton in bloom
57. September 2014
  forthcoming AGM, causes of odour escapes from Hollingdean WTS, new planters in Round Hill Crescent, Level Events, refuse & recycling issues, summer street party & PlaySafe event, new PlaySafe dates, Richmond House appeal is dismissed, making life better for tenants, Round Hill writer’s Book Review.
58. December 2014
  Seasonal Singing, Rubbish Update, Advent Windows, Playsafe report on Halloweeen & future dates, Round Hill in Bloom - a target for 2015, Guerilla Gardeners, Student Community Liaison, Stained glass winner, Wartime memories of Yvonne Elliot .
59. March 2015
  It's your neighbourhood - greening our streets, PlaySafe, Living on Round Hill - a student's view, Seasonal Singing report, Advent Window pictures, Round Hill Spring Clean, Andy Durr, Motorbike parking on Ashdown Road, Doorstep milk delivery, Rubbish, Recycling and Round Hill, 15 years of the Round HIll Reporter, The Tale of the 90 foot Mural.
60. June 2015
  2015 summer street party & playsafe, historic Round Hill pictures, dishwasher fire, rubbish at recycling, Round Hill spring clean, tackling substance abuse - a new use for Richmond House, quarterly crime summary, stinking refuse - Veolia, community noticeboards, greening our streets - a Round Hill challenge, the future of the long wall, signs of spring.
61. September 2015
  2015 AGM, playsafe, historic Round Hill pictures, waste and recycling, lost and found exhibition, greening the Round Hill streetscape, pamper our planters, who's who in our City Clean Team, tackling dog fouling, notice boards for Round Hill.
62. December 2015
  Seasonal singing & Advent windows, Women's hospital in Round Hill, OPC local luncheon club, new traffic exclusion box, protecting home from fire, HMO issues for Round Hill. possible new lamppost, Pong problems at Veolia, Dog Fouling Pilot Scheme, Halloween Playsafe, Rowan tree loss, Crime update
63. March 2016
  Round Hill garden party Sunday 3rd June 2016, PlaySafe reminder, new Facebook site, Richmond House - who are Pavilions?, lamppost loss, credit card scam, new noticeboards, Sainsbury's raised beds, new trees for Richmond Road, new network for men 50+, private sector rented housing in Brighton
64. June 2016
  Round Hill garden party 2pm to 5pm on Sunday 3rd July 2016, New noticeboard near Red White Rose, newly planted tub in Roundhill Crescent, Report on Richmond House garden project, gardening with Sainsbury's, Patchfest, The long wall, Home energy research in Round Hill, Refuse & recycling box use, Lewes Road railway station in 1962
65. October 2016
  Round Hill AGM @ Richmond House, report on July garden party, history of Round Hill's lost elms, importance of trees in cities, Ernest Beal VC, Halloween Playsafe with the city's Mayor, community composting, urban foxes, the long wall, Pavilions community gardening, guide for residents who are new to Round Hill, dog poo stencils seem to be working
66. December 2016
  Seasonal singing, Advent windows,Community composting, Spring Dog Show,Autumn cut-back,Josh's story, Garden birds,Round Hill Rat Run, Halloween Playsafe,Old Laundry Site planning application,Vounteering at the Women's Centre
67. March 2017
  Playsafe and Dog Show, Advent windows, New grey wheelie bins for Recycling, Made & Mended, What's happening on The Level, Report on Seasonal Singing, House Sparrow Survey, Dog mess, Changing Gears community bike shop, Befriending contact point, Playsafe dates for 2017
68. June 2017
  Come to Playsafe on 25th June &/or Our first Jumble Trail 11th June, Cuttress's Tower Mill, Cuts to our Police Service, Why we Exist and Why we Want You!, Teddy boys of the bird table, Our Daddy of an Elm has a big trim, Report on Playsafe with Dr Bike, The Long Wall - Action at last?, How to Recycle in Brighton, Playsafe dates for 2017
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