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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, reveals a little-used Victorian carriageway below Brighton Station hidden behind closed doors.

We report on the special NLCA meeting over problems of anti-social behaviour at William Collier House in North Road.

Former London Evening Standard journalist Paul Cheston looks back at a shocking child neglect case in North Laine almost 25 years ago.

There's a feature on staying well with a look at small-scale fitness and therapy centres in our area, and the results of a search for the best coffee in Trafalgar Street cafes.

We reveal the nominees in the five categories for our second North Laine Community awards and revisit a book published in 2001 which contained candid interviews with people living in Brighton, which today gives a flavour of how times have changed.

We continue our A-Z guide to the history of llocal streets and our new cartoon strip, Swoop.

You can also find our regular crossword plus news aboudiscussions at recent NLCA community meetings and information on how to take part in NLCA activities – and much more.

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.

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