dueeast summer festival 2015When? Saturday 18 July, 12.00-16.00

Where? St Cuthman’s Church, Whitehawk Way and the green spaces down to the Crew Club

What? Games, activities and stalls including a water slide, live music and dance, BBQ food and drink, horse and cart rides, crafts and local history, DueEast Brighton walking football cup, Secret Theatre.

dueeastlogoWhen? Wednesday 8th July, 6pm – 8pm

Where? Whitehawk Library and Community Hub, Whitehawk Rd, Brighton, The City of Brighton and Hove BN2 5FL, UK

What? DueEast operates in the estates of Whitehawk, Manor Farm, and the Bristol Estate in Brighton and Hove continuing the work of the Neighbourhood Governance pilot promoting local decision making by local people.

The agenda for this meeting includes representatives from Brighton and Hove Buses providing an update on services and responding to community requests for route changes,  planning for real and community priorities, updates on local projects, activities and funding from your representative Neighbourhood Council.

share launch front pageBHESCo is hosting an event to give you more information about our Co-operative, what we have accomplished so far, the renewable energy and energy efficiency projects we are investing in, our innovative business model and most importantly – how you can participate.

Be the Change You Want to See in This World

4 June 2015, 6pm – 9pm

Brighthelm Centre, North Road, BN1 1YD

Special guest speaker – Howard Johns, Founder of Southern Solar and OVESCo

BHESCo is an ethical, not for profit social enterprise aiming to become a community owned energy supplier. Our business model helps to lower energy prices sustainably.  Pop in to our event, meet the Board of Directors of the Co-operative, learn more about how you can earn up to 10 times what you are currently earning on your savings by investing in a Co-operative that will pave the way for energy groups across the country.

THIS IS A FREE EVENT

Please sign up for the event on eventbrite as we need to order refreshments.

Hove Civic flyer A5 V2 Of the many challenges that the city faces in the years to come, affordable housing and energy costs in particular heating, rank high.  This years, Hove Civic Society forum explores some potential solutions.   The three parliamentary candidates for Hove, Graham Cox, Chris Hawtree and Peter Kyle will put forward some of their solutions and engage in a debate with Andrew Winter, CEO of the Brighton Housing Trust and Kayla Ente, CEO of BHESCo who will present their views about the need for affordable housing and heat as well as outlining some possibilities from experiences drawn from other cities. Questions will also be taken during the meeting.

7:30pm at the Courtlands Hotel, the Drive in Hove BN3 3JE

Free for Hove Society members, visitors pay £3 at the door

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Our hustings event, modelled on the BBC 1 show ‘Question Time’ is a fantastic opportunity to ask your local Brighton Pavilion candidates all those pressing questions concerning climate change and with the aim of teasing out their different approaches.Panel members include Green Party candidate Caroline Lucas, Labour candidate Purna Sen, Conservative Party candidate Clarence Mitchell, Lib Dem candidate Chris Bowers and UKIP candidate Nigel Carter. In the chair: Simon Maxwell.

Everyone will get an opportunity for their question to be asked, questions will be submitted before the event.

Through this event, we aim to:

– Encourage young people/first time voters to engage
– Gain a better understanding of the local candidates stance on environmental issues
– Encourage lively debate and awareness of the issues
– Give you an opportunity to question your potential MP’s
The event is sponsored by Community Energy South – a new umbrella group for local community energy groups across Sussex and surrounding counties.

Ticket Prices : £5 and concession £3

Doors and bar open: 7.00pm
Deadline for submitting questions: 7.30pm

Debate starts: 8.00pm (prompt – please be in your seats!)

 


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