Community Meeting: Saturday 4th February

Community Meeting: Saturday 4th February

On Saturday 4th February 2017 we’ll be holding our next ‘Save The Dyke Pub’ community meeting at the Church of The Good Shepherd (Church Hall) on Dyke Road, from 7pm – 8.30pm. Please come along and join us for a drink and to hear more about the...
Dyke Pub Mythbusters #4

Dyke Pub Mythbusters #4

Why is it any of our business what happens to The Dyke? Here’s the fourth in our Mythbusters series… Myth #4: The freeholders can do what they like with the pub. In 2013 Martin Webb and Warrick Armsby-Ward bought the freehold to The Dyke, a 120 year old public...
About the architect

About the architect

The Dyke Road Hotel was designed by local architect Charles Henry Buckman. Buckman carried out many residential projects around Brighton and Hove, and was used repeatedly by Tamplins Brewery for pub work; including designing the Station Hotel and the grade II listed...
Dyke Pub Mythbusters #3

Dyke Pub Mythbusters #3

So nobody thinks the Dyke is a worthwhile investment? Here’s the third in a series of Mythbusters to explain the facts… Myth #3: Nobody wants to buy the Dyke Pub The fact is, several potential buyers who believe the pub can be successful have contacted the Save The...
Booth Museum Meeting

Booth Museum Meeting

Despite the snow last Thursday evening, we had a great turnout for our meeting at the Booth Museum, where the Save The Dyke Pub Group updated supporters on the campaign. We invited Dave Boyle, from Community Shares, to open the meeting by explaining what the ACV...