+44 (0)7767 341 059 beaconhubbrighton@gmail.com

Who are we?

We are a group of local residents with expertise in business consultancy, land management, marine environment protection, web and graphic design, teaching, child care & the health profession.

Why are we doing this?

We love Beacon Hill Nature Reserve and want to preserve and enhance its island wildlife populations and create a centre to explore and share our love of nature and the arts with our community and beyond.

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sheep graze in rottingdean

About the Beacon Hub Project

Our plans so far

We propose to redevelop the golf kiosk & toilets in keeping with the original style of the 1950s building and neighbouring windmill, and keeping the original roof.

Local architect, Kinga Hoffman, structural engineer, David Smith and surveyor Michael Chapman have kindly donated their time and expertise over the last year to produce a beautiful new community building based on the original layout, that is sympathetic to its surroundings and iconic position next to the windmill. Brighton Heritage Commission and other local building and materials experts have also formed part of our volunteer building team.

The 35 capacity classroom, cafe kiosk and public access disabled toilet with baby change facility will be a welcome reinstatement of the lost facilities missing since the golf course closed down in 2013. We are thrilled with the results of the teams efforts for the community and hope you will be too.

We look forward to hearing your feedback on the design during the community consultation.

Charity information

We are located at Rottingdean Windmill Pitch & Putt
Marine Drive
Rottingdean, East Sussex, BN2 7HG
United Kingdom

Contact details
Tel: +44 (0)7767 341 059
E-mail: info@beaconhubbrighton.org

Business ID no.
Beacon Hub Brighton CIO
Charitable Incorporated Organisation Registered in England & Wales No. 1,159,583

Regulatory authority
Charities Commission

All Photography by Clive W. Bonny

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