Hangleton

Hangleton shop license revoked for selling fake wine

Hangleton shop has license revoked for selling fake wine

An off-licence in Hangleton, Brighton, has had its licence revoked for selling fake Jacobs Creek wine, smuggled cigarettes and alcohol, and cigarettes to children. Dharni Stores in Hangleton Way had its licence removed by a Brighton & Hove Licensing Panel yesterday (Thursday 11th August 2011) after consistent failures to comply with the city’s licensing laws. [...]

Weatherley visits Hangleton where “travellers keep making local people’s lives a misery”

Mike Weatherley, the Conservative MP for Hove and Portslade, visited distressed residents who live in the area surrounding Greenleas Park in Hangleton to witness the disruption that travellers are reportedly causing in the particular area. Mr. Weatherley said: “Residents have had enough. I have had enough and Cllr. Dawn Barnett and Cllr Tony Janio have [...]

Two groups of travellers evicted from Brighton

Two groups of travellers evicted from Brighton

Two groups of travellers who had settled in Brighton & Hove were evicted yesterday (28th June 2011) by council officers and police. The encampments moved included a group of Irish travellers with nine trailers in Greenleas Park, Hangleton, and a second group on the Horsdean Recreational Ground cricket pitch. Officers from Brighton & Hove City [...]

Council announce £23 million worth of savings in annual budget

Brighton and Hove City Council have confirmed the key outcomes from yesterday’s lengthy, and somewhat controversial, budget meeting. A statement on the council website reads: Last night, the Full Council approved the city’s 2011/12 budget. The approved budget makes savings of £23.2m. The final budget features a freeze on council tax and on the cost [...]

Hangleton

Though the majority of its buildings date from a 1930s programme of house-building, or later, Hangleton also contains Brighton’s oldest building, the 12th Century St Helen’s Church, and its oldest secular building, Hangleton Manor, which dates from the late 15th Century, and is now a pub. The Hangleton and Knoll Festival is held annually, and [...]