• Brighton's Graphic War

Intergenerational Meet-Up

Intergenerational Meet-Up at The Pavilion Gardens Cafe By Sarah Hutchings In June 2015 our young Brighton's Graphic War participants were treated to an intergenerational meet-up at Brighton and Hove's iconic Pavilion Gardens Cafe, courtesy of the Hedgecock Bequest and David Sewell (at Pavilion Gardens Cafe). Social geographer Geoffrey Mead was on [...]

June 2nd, 2015|
  • The Keep Brighton

A Visit To The Keep

A Visit to The Keep with the Graphic War team By Sarah Hutchings Isilda Almeida-Harvey and the team at The Keep did a great job of showing our young volunteers round and explaining how material could be accessed at The Keep. Several of the volunteers have expressed a desire to make [...]

March 2nd, 2015|
  • QueenSpark Books

Brighton Trans*formed Launch

By Stella Cardus On 24 September 2014 Queenspark Books unveiled its 104th book at a reception in Brighton's Jubilee Library. The event was hosted by stand-up comedienne Claire Parker who also featured in the re-screening of the video first shown at the Brighton Trans*formed launch on 25 June 2013 in [...]

March 1st, 2015|
  • QueenSpark books flashmob

40th Anniversary Flashmob

QueenSpark Books celebrated its 40th anniversary with a Flashmob event! As part of our 40th anniversary celebrations in 2012, we organised a Flashmob-style photo event at Queens Park (where it all began). This took place on Saturday 16 June and we would like to thank all of those who turned [...]

June 2nd, 2012|
  • Teatime Tales

Teatime Tales Launch

The Pavilion Gardens Café, like the Royal Pavilion across the Gardens, is a unique Brighton institution. Throughout the last seventy years, it has offered refreshment, relaxation and a certain kind of charm to tens of thousands of visitors from around the world. On Saturday 30 April 2012 the café became [...]

April 4th, 2012|
  • QueenSpark Books

The Mayor’s Reception

QueenSpark Books held a celebration in the Mayor’s Parlour in Brighton. At the reception hosted by Brighton Mayor, Councillor Anne Meadows (to the right of John Riches), Imogen Lycett Green (to the right of Sarah Hutchings) spoke about her involvement with QueenSpark Books saying "We winkle out hidden histories and weave them together [...]

June 2nd, 2011|