Gardens & wildlife

Residents Associations and Community Groups

The Round Hill Community Noticeboard is a Facebook Group, launched in April 2016, intended to complement The Round Hill Society. The group's aim is for Round Hill, Brighton, UK residents to communicate with each other - promote community events; ask for trader recommendations; buy/sell/swap stuff; discuss issues of local interest. Any members can post but no regular advertising please. It's an invite-only group to try and keep things local and to prevent spammers from selling their dodgy wares. Please don't ask to join unless you live and/or work in Round Hill - thank you. Admin reserve the right to block anyone who posts inappropriately.

Neighbouring residents' associations
and community groups

also within Round Hill

Sylvan Hall Residents Association - supports: Bromley Road: Birch Lodge, Firbank, Hazelbank, Hollybank, Larchbank, Maple House, The Cedars, The Laurels, The Limes, Canterbury Drive: Elm Lodge, Rowan House, The Lindens, The Pines, The Poplars, Princes Crescent: The Willows, The Chestnuts.

to the west of Round Hill

DRARA Ditchling Rise Area Residents' Association - neighbouring community between Viaduct Road and Ditchling Rise

DRARA Facebook Group

to the north-west of Round Hill

Southdown Rise Residents Association - neighbouring community: Springfield Road and other streets to the north of London Road Station

to the north of Round Hill

School web sites for Brighton & Hove. Downs Infant and Downs Junior

Hollingdean News Website - a community newsletter published and distributed by Hollingdean residents

Coachwerks, 19a Hollingdean Terrace Brighton, BN1 7HB - a workshop, with an eclectic range of businesses, artists and creatives using the space for their work. We’ve got artists working with clay and stone, woodworkers, soap makers, writers, music makers and more.

Coachwerks Facebook Group check for current events

Preston Pages serving the neighbouring Preston and Patcham conservation area.

to the south of Round Hill

The Triangle Community - residents' association to the east of Round Hill for people who live in the triangular area bounded by the Level, Lewes Road and Upper Lewes Road.

The Level: enjoy the park and get involved

The Level Communities Forum (LCF) is an independent, volunteer run, open community group.

The Level Events including an English converstaion club on Tuesdays, a Fit Mums' Club on Tuesdays and Fridays and a volunteer gardening club run on Thursdays under the tutelage and supervision of the onsite Garden Manager, Steve Peters. Read the Garden Manager's newsletter.

To the SE
The North Laine Community Association - for residents living in the area bounded by Trafalgar Street, Queens Road and North Street. 
To the SW

Hanover Community Association - for residents living on the hilly terrain to the east of the Level.

to the east of Round Hill

Friends of William Clarke Park- William Clarke Park is also known as 'The Patch'. This is one of our neighbouring residents' associations, located only a short stroll across the Lewes Rd. The park is accessible from Picton St off Franklin Rd or from Hartington Rd opposite St Martin's School.

Tenantry Down Allotments on the side of Race Hill are visible from much of Round Hill. Their site contains a blog, forum and lots of interesting notes and pictures.

Our City's Community Voluntary Sector

Brighton & Hove Community Works - We were created in 2013 through the following organisations and projects merging together: [a] Brighton and Hove Community and Voluntary Sector Forum [b] Performance Development Service (formerly a service of Impetus) [c] Skills Exchange (formerly a service of Business Community Partnership) [d]Volunteer Centre, Brighton and Hove (formerly a service of Impetus).

This page was last updated by Ted on 06-Jan-2019
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