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Brighton’s Waste House Among The World’s Most Eco-Friendly Homes

September 5, 2018 |

The University of Brighton’s Waste House has been ranked one of the world’s most eco-friendly homes by a leading design company.

India-based design consultancy Minds Eye Design produced a YouTube film featuring some of the world’s most sustainable home builds and … Read More

Vote For Our City’s Parks to be Named Top in The Country!

September 5, 2018 |

Park goers in Brighton & Hove are being encouraged to vote for their favourite Green Flag park in a bid to be named among the top ten in the country.

Earlier this summer Brighton & Hove City council’s parks staff … Read More

Police Concerned For Missing ‘vulnerable’ Woman

September 5, 2018 |

Sussex Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of missing woman KeyKey Darling, who was last seen in Brighton at the end of August.

KeyKey, who’s 29, was last seen on Brighton beach a week ago on Wednesday evening (29th … Read More

Council Announces Help For The City’s Rough Sleepers

September 4, 2018 |

More support and expanded services have been announced by Brighton & Hove City Council to help the city’s rough sleepers.

Brighton & Hove currently has the second highest number of rough sleepers in England, behind Westminster. This is a figure which has risen … Read More

ONCA’s New Art Space – On Board a Brighton Barge!

September 4, 2018 |

This month ONCA will be opening their second space in the city as they take over a barge at Brighton Marina. Launching on 20th September, the barge will be a dedicated learning and community space that runs events and educational workshops … Read More

Survey Reveals There’s a Whole Lotta Love For The Royal Pavilion Garden!

September 4, 2018 |

A recent public consultation about Brighton’s historic Royal Pavilion Garden has revealed that the garden is loved and valued by both residents and visitors.

A survey was launched this summer by Brighton & Hove City Council after the Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Garden was listed … Read More

Sussex Police Cars Damaged by Man Throwing Tiles From Brighton Roof

August 31, 2018 |

Two Police cars were damaged and part of the A23 in central Brighton had to be closed for several hours today, after a man started throwing tiles from the roof of the Brewdog pub in Grand Parade, Brighton.

Officers arrived at the scene in Grand Parade … Read More

Turner Prize Nominated Artist to Design Sculpture For City’s Snail Trail

August 31, 2018 |

Turner Prize nominated artist, Guest Director for Brighton festival 2018, and Brighton resident, David Shrigley, will be designing a giant snail sculpture for ‘Snailspace’, a unique public art event in aid of Martlets Hospice.

Run by the team responsible for the immensely … Read More

GCSE Results Double For City’s Children in Care

August 31, 2018 |

Following GCSE results day last Thursday (23rd August), it’s been revealed that children in care in Brighton & Hove have achieved hugely improved Maths and English GCSE results this year.

This news comes after it was released last week that … Read More

Identification Sought Following Brighton Bus Assault

August 30, 2018 |

Sussex Police yesterday (29th August) released this CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an assault that occurred aboard a Brighton bus at the beginning of June.

In identifying the man (pictured above), Sussex Police are now appealing for … Read More