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Sing For Water Sponsorship



Hi All, A massive thank-you to everyone who sponsored me for Sing For Water – I really appreciate it. Sincere apologies for the delay in feeding back about this (due to techincal hitches with wordpress).  I’d like to start collecting sponsor money this week please. If you like, you can grab me if you see […]

Sussex Sports Members Week



Hey, If you are a member of the sports centre you can get all kind of things for a bargain price or even free during members week! Check it out Rob

Guardian Summer Reads in the Library



The Guardian has a list of Summer Reads, recommendations from various noteworthy people. You can see the article here: Should some of these take your fancy, the good news is we have a few in the Library: Point Counter Point Moon Tiger The Poisonwood Bible Lacuna Earthly Powers Rites of Passage My happy Days in Hell […]

Brighton Pavilion Candidates’ Question Time



Brighton Pavilion Candidates’ Question Time Date: Wednesday, 21 April 2010 Time: 13:00 – 14:15 Location: Chichester Lecture Theatre See: Thanks Chris Keene

Important – Mobile Phone Information



You may already have heard about this but early next week all UK mobiles will be on a directory which will mean that anyone will be able to access your numbers. It’s easy to unsubscribe but it must be done before the beginning of next week to make sure that you are ex-directory. You may […]

Public Debate – Resisting War Crimes is not a Crime?



Is direct action the way to fight the War Machine?Is breaking the law to prevent war crimes justified?FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE, 7/7/09 @ 7PM Some of you may be aware of the SmashEDO campaign against the arms manufacturer, EDO MBM/ITT, who have a factory on Home Farm road, about a mile or so from here. EDO’s […]

Backing up your home PC



A couple of people have recently asked how to go about backing up their PC at home, especially their Documents, pictures and music. Some options are: Buy an external hard drive (from around £60). Then either remember to regulary copy your files across, or use a free tool such LazyMirror. Use an online Tool such […]