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The Regency Society is the oldest amenity and conservation society in Brighton and Hove and a registered charity.

We were founded in 1945 to oppose the proposed demolition of the Regency terraces and squares of the Brighton and Hove seafront. Today, we work with other societies and the council to protect all that is best in our city – of any era – and promote excellence in new development.

If it affects the physical environment, we're involved – from consultation on key planning matters to a range of educational initiatives designed to inform and inspire everyone who cares about the quality of life in this exceptional city.

We run a lecture series during the winter months, and also host visits, trips and social occasions for members. Read more

Our James Gray Photographic Archive contains over 7,000 unique historic photographs of Brighton and Hove. Read more 

Annual General Meeting 2016
At this year's AGM on 6 April, Richard Carroll was elected honorary secretary, with Helen Walker and Jamie Wright re-elected as trustees. They are joined by Robert Edwards and Mary McKean. It was followed by David Fisher's fascinating lecture, Framing Brighton – film as a record of the city. For a special offer on his book, Cinema-by-Sea, go to Lectures and events. Read more...

How we make decisions
We're an opinionated lot, as anyone who follows our views on planning, listing and the development of our city knows. But how do we decide what opinions to share and where do our ideas come from? Read more...
 

Free National Trust and English Heritage day passes
Thanks to our friends at Civic Voice, every Regency Society member can get a free day pass for the National Trust and another for English Heritage properties. Read more...


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We would be delighted if you would like to become a member. Read more 

 


 

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