Monthly Archives: July 2013

Lessons for urban living – how to save a teenage seagull

Love ‘em or loathe ‘em in Brighton we live side by side with the seagulls. The feathered variety (as well as those blokes playing with balls in Falmer). For we co-habitees of raucous brazen scavengers, their cackling invokes in equal measure irritation, fear, respect and grudging affection. However phone conversations with the land locked are […]

We do like to breathe beside the seaside

Hooray it’s hot!  Brighton (and every other beach place) enjoyed a weekend bursting with business boosting visitors. Traffic trailed from country to coast, choking  seasides with congestion, noise and fumes.  While so far breezes have kept summer smog at bay, recently released reports mean air pollution (which is with us all year round) is hitting […]