Great work by the Save Madeira Terraces crew on Saturday, clearing rubbish from the promenade/Max Miller Walk, and generally tidying up the place. A much better appearance for visitors and locals alike. And all volunteers too.
Don’t forget to buy your tickets for the summer raffle – all proceeds to Save the Terraces.
So it’s done – thanks to local campaigners, members of the public, local businesses and some particularly big donors, the Save Madeira Drive campaign reached its target today.
Total reached = £466,149
More soon – great news for now.
Madeira terraces, Kemp town with cyclist. ‘The world famous sheltered walk’
Approximately 100 years separates these photos, showing Madeira Drive, the Volks railway, Kemp Town and the Madeira Drive green wall
The £24 million ‘Lockwood Project’ to restore East Brighton seafront
The crowdfunding campaign closes tomorrow. Pledge now to Save Madeira Terraces.
Help us restore these terraces and the Green Wall to their former glories.
Rail poster to promote the ‘Famous Sheltered Walk, Madeira Drive’
Japanese Spindle berries – Euonymus Japonicus
A walk along Duke’s Mound showed the Japanese Spindle coming into fruit…strange fruits they are too! Beautiful though. And don’t forget to pledge in the campaign to Save Madeira Terrace….only two days left!
Those wonderful Green Gym volunteers were at it again this week, pruning and improving the famous Green Wall at Madeira Drive. Thank you Green Gym!
The green wall originally extended down to the Palace Pier, and Building Green would love to see it fully restored to its original condition.
That ain’t going to happen unless the Madeira Terrace restoration goes ahead – the green wall and the Victorian terraces are inter-related – so please donate to the ‘Save Madeira Terrace’ campaign.
Currently standing at £381k out of a required £422k…deadline 30 November!
Have you donated yet to the ‘Save Madeira Terrace’ campaign?
The campaign has now raised over £160,000 from more than 700 local people and businesses who are committed to preserving its future – as well as celebrating its past. Minimum donation is £2. Please spread the word and share this link: Spacehive – Save Madeira Terrace