Save the Hanover Crescent back path!

Hanover Crescent
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124 Signatures Goal: 50

After almost 200 years of peacefully existing by the listed front wall, this original feature of the Hanover Crescent gardens is now under threat from a majority of garden committee members intent on change & not preservation. It has been, wrongly, portrayed as a no-go area & a magnet for anti-social behaviour but if you'd just wander down there you'd see it's a pretty & magical little path that residents have strolled for almost 2 centuries. Anti-social behaviour is conducted in sheltered & hidden areas of undergrowth so planting over this old path will only serve to harbour such activity.It is an ill conceived strategy that will be expensive & ineffective. Please vote to keep this path & insist that our money is spent on more appropriate & immediate solutions - we should fight to preserve this lovely old garden - it's our responsibility.

  • robin millard
    Apr 10, 2015
    Apr 10, 2015
    So many little pieces of Brighton history are being destroyed. Don't let this be another.
  • robin millard
    robin millard United Kingdom, Sheffield
    Apr 10, 2015
    Apr 10, 2015
    So many little pieces of Brighton history are being destroyed. Don't let this be another.
  • Janine Brooks
    Apr 10, 2015
    Apr 10, 2015
    A little local public pathway that seems in my experience safe to walk through. public access should be maintained.
  • Janine Brooks
    Janine Brooks United Kingdom, Brighton
    Apr 10, 2015
    Apr 10, 2015
    A little local public pathway that seems in my experience safe to walk through. public access should be maintained.
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    Andy Buckley United Kingdom
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    robin millard
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    Janine Brooks
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    Emilie
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    Leo meisuria
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    Hilary Forrester
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    Gill Cooper
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    Layla
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    Leah Loops United States
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    Paul Norman
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    Mark Hooley
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    delia forester
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    Izabela
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    Helen Charlton
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