North Laine Runner
Free news magazine of North Laine Community Association
The February-March edition of our free
bi-monthly news magazine, the North Laine Runner is out now and street representatives
have been delivering copies to houses and businesses across North Laine. You can also pick
one up at Raining Books, 28 Trafalgar Street,
or at the Jubilee Street library.
Inside, you'll find news about our latest pub quiz at the Lord Nelson Inn, Trafalgar Street, and other monthly pub nights where people can meet up for a chat and a drink. There's news of our new Police Community Support officers and increased backing for our anti-tagging campaign, and the latest on the controversial station taxi rank move to the back of Brighton Station.
We have features on a photographic studio which was thriving more than a century ago in Tidy Street, complete with original pictures, and the ghost that's said to haunt the Theatre Royal in New Road.
You'll find pictures of North Laine drawn by artist Tineke Tammes and a photo feature on bookshops around North Laine. We explore lost business empires in Kensington Gardens and follow the tale of a dog that wandered North Laine for two days before being found at Brighton Station.
Discover what's on in and around North Laine over the festive season, what's happening in our new Facebook groups, and what we've been talking about at North Laine Community Association monthly community meetings.
It's all in the February-March edition of the
24-page, full colour Runner.