Monthly Archives: April 2015

Have Your Say in the future of the Rose Hill Tavern

What should we do with the  distinct green tiled building that is the Rose Hill Tavern is the subject of a meeting at 7.30 tonight, at Calvary Church, convened by Save the Rose Hill. It’s been designated an asset of … Continue reading

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Drara meeting, Tuesday 21st April

Our next business meeting is on Tuesday, 21st April at 7.30 pm. Come along to meet neighbours and chat about issues in the area – including planning, community safety, refurb if the area outside the Duke of Yorks – and … Continue reading

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Community Hustings at Calvary, tomorrow 8 pm

In case anyone hasn’t noticed – there is a general election on 7th May. On Monday 20th a Community Hustings is being hosted by Calvary Church. Five parliamentary candidates  – Chris Bowers – Lib Dem, Nigel Carter -UKIP, Caroline Lucas … Continue reading

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Rose Hill Tavern for sale

Following a campaign to  keep  the 144 year old  Rose Hill Tavern as a pub, planning permission to convert it into flats as been refused. Current owners have now put the pub back on the market. The pub has been … Continue reading

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History of London Road Station – 14th April, 7.30, The Open House

Organised by neighbours north of London Road Station, Southdown Rise Residents’ Association (SRRA), hear about the history of London Road Station (will we ever find out why it was once pink?), around which our neighbourhood grew. Former railway telecoms engineer … Continue reading

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