North Laine Runner

Free news magazine of North Laine Community Association

THE October-November edition of our free
bi-monthly news magazine, the North Laine Runner, includeslook at wildlife in North Laine. 

We have a news report on the astonishing £1.5 million fines issued to motorists this year who have entered North Laine using a route by Valley Gardens.

There's an interview with Brighton Toy and Model Museum founder Chris Littledale about the dream he turned into reality in Trafalgar Street, and we meet a 1960s model who became an antique dealer and looks back on the celebrities she met over the years.

We celebrate the 180th anniversary of the London and Brighton Railway opening which transformed the town's fortunes.

There are features on 50 years of Infinity Foods, 200 years of the Unitarian Church in New Road, and we pay tribute to a local fighter for social justice.

Try a puzzle to test your street-wise knowledge, plus our regular crossword, and find out about recent live social events as well as NLCA meetings.


Our team of street representatives and volunteers has been out delivering the Runner to every home and business in North Laine.

You can also find extra copies outside Raining Books at 28, Trafalgar Street and at Sainsbury's
in the New England quarter.

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