October 23, 2013

When I was a councillor, then an MP and now an ordinary resident, I often disagreed with the views of The Brighton Society.

But the society is an important organisation in our civic life and its views deserve to be heard.

Yet the letter from its secretary Selma Montford...

October 23, 2013

It's good to see the article in the Argus and the supportive comments. Once again we have the sinister quote from the council that they are consulting David (rather than treating him as a fellow custodian of the gardens) and also that his cafe will be retained "as a se...

October 21, 2013

http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/10752542.Argus_readers_back_campaign_to_save_Brighton_s_Pavilion_Cafe/?ref=mr

Former MPs and expectant mums are among hundreds of people to have backed a campaign to preserve a popular café.

For more than 70 years the Sewells have been serv...

October 20, 2013

This article will be published on the 22nd October in the Argus.

October 17, 2013

Thousands of local people and visitors alike treasure the Pavilion Gardens Cafe in Brighton (Letters, October 14).

There is no leisure, heritage or economic case for changing it while Lottery funds can be spent improving the inside fabric of the Dome complex over and ab...

October 13, 2013

Letter from David Lepper (Former MP) published today in the Argus

The Argus rightly says that local peoples’ views “must be heard” on the future of the Royal Pavilion Estate. (Argus Comment 04.10.2013) I suspect that before your article most people had no idea there w...

October 4, 2013

Paul Levy The Argus yesterday reports on further sinister comments from a council spokesperson who claims there are no plans to lose the cafe in the gardens "as a service".Once more, carefully worded spin. No mention that the current building will remain. This is why t...

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