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

By Telscombe Cliffy

 

It is part of Brighton's heritage and should be left alone. Its style matches the 3 bus shelters and the café building at the Old Steine. All these buildings surround and compliment the Pavilion itself. The Pavilion Gardens Café and terrace is corre...

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 2, 2013

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October 1, 2013

http://thelatest.co.uk/brighton/2013/10/02/pavilion-gardens-plans-prompt-fears-for-brighton-cafe/

 

Fears have been expressed for the future of a much-loved café in the heart of Brighton as plans are put together for the Royal Pavilion Gardens.

David Sewell, whose family...

September 27, 2013

Just to let you all know that the "future of the cafe" is very unclear.

The Council with the Brighton Festival have confirmed at a recent high level meeting that we are not in "their vision" for the gardens if they are successful in getting Heritage Lottery Funding ov...

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