Ditchling Rise Area Residents Association – Drara
Meetings of Drara are currently held in the neighbourhood bimonthly – all neighbours are welcome. We also hold regular social gatherings – currently a bi-monthly pot luck supper alternates with the business meeting – a chance to get to know neighbours over home cooked goodies and catch up on news.
Dates of forthcoming meetings and activities are posted on our hompage.
2018 Business meetings
Next meeting: Wednesday 18th April at 19.30
London Road Station Partnership
The London Road Station Partnership is a community gardening group who have transformed once neglected patches aorund the station into a productive food growing area and colourful shady garden. The group also maintain local planters outside the pub.The gardeners meet on Tuesday afternoons during the gardening season and welcome help.
See the LRSP blog for more or follow @lrspelspeth on Twitter.
London Road is our local high street, which over 2013 – 2015 has transformed from an area of empty shop fronts with a poor reputation to a buzzing road filled with cafes, an increasing number of restaurants – even hipsters and the odd hen party have been sighted there! The London Road Area ActionTeam (LAT) are playuing a large part in this rejuventation. This is a voluntary community group formed in 2008. The LAT brings together traders and residents, ward Councillors, the neighbourhood policing team, council officers, and representatives of local residents’ and traders’ groups usually on the first Tuesday of each month. The group works for agreed goals in partnership, providing a forum for views to be aired and debated. The London Road LAT also provides regular updates on what’s occurring in the area on Twitter @LondonRoadLAT
The Roundhill Area is to the east of Ditchling Road, occupying the hilly bits between Upper Lewes Road and Ditchling Road. Find out more about community activity here on the Roundhill website.