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History and heritage of the Level

by Simon 22 October 2009

The council is planning a renewal of the Level and hopes to raise funds for this from the Heritage Lottery. This means that plans will focus on heritage aspects, and particularly on the social history and cultural heritage of the site, as well as physical features of heritage interest.

What is important? What is most significant? Is AH Wilds more worthy than Bertie Maclaren? Does the social tradition flow through Harry Cowley in the 1930’s, fighting the fascists in the ’40’s to SmashEdo in oo’s or is it the grand Regency events which we most value??

Comments here most welcome – also there will be consultation events on the Level over the next fortnight – do pop in and let us know what you think;

Saturday 24th October from 18:00 to 20:00hrs.
Wednesday 28th October from 13:00 to 17:00hrs
Saturday 31st October from 14:00 to 17:00hrs

Displays of the designs will also be able to view at:
Brighton Town Hall, Monday 2 November – Friday 6 November.
Jubilee Library, Monday 2 November – Saturday 7 November.
Hove Town Hall, Monday 2 November – Friday 6 November.

All most welcome


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