This half term there are plenty of opportunities to have fun as well as find out a bit more about the Biosphere Reserve bid. The Biosphere road show is travelling around Brighton & Hove this half term, visiting a different location every day to give everyone a chance to see it. For anyone who can't make it, there is a static display in Jubilee Library all week, whilst for the more adventurous, the week culminates in a guided walk organised by the National Trust on the last Sunday of half term at Saddlescombe Farm entitled ‘3,000 years in 3 hours’, exploring the long history of the farm and its surrounding landscape. The free road show events, which include a photo exhibition called ‘South Downs to Coastal Towns: our changing landscape’,will be at the following locations from 10am – 2pm: Monday, 18th February – Hove Town Hall, BN3 4AH Tuesday, 19th February – Portslade Village Centre, BN41 2LL Wednesday, 20th February – Whitehawk Library, The Hub, BN2 5FL Thursday, 21st February – Preston Park Bowls Pavilion Friday, 22nd February – Moulsecoomb Childrens Centre, BN2 4SE Saturday, 23rd February – Brighton Jubilee Library, BN1 1GE Sunday, 24th February – Saddlescombe Farm, BN45 7DE (Guided walk 10am - 1pm – cost £3) - Please park opposite Saddlescombe Farm and not in the farm itself. More Information: Graham Wellfare, 01273 857712, graham.wellfare@nationaltrust.
The following week, the roadshow will be at Hangleton Community Centre, from 1 – 3pm on Wednesday, 27th February.