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What’s on in Brighton? 20th July – 22nd July

July 19, 2018 |

With the World Cup and Wimbledon now both concluded, you might be feeling lost on what to do with all this free time. Here is a selection of events in Brighton to meet all those post World Cup blues!

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‘Breathe in Brighton’: Raising Air Pollution Awareness

July 10, 2018 |

As a city with the only Green MP in the country there is no denying that Brighton people are working hard to create a cleaner and greener environment – what with the huge focus on cycling rather than driving, and … Read More

The Annual Brighton Yoga Festival is Returning This Weekend!

July 9, 2018 |

Yoga lovers rejoice! Brighton Yoga Festival returns to the city this weekend from the 14th – 15th July, with an amazing schedule that offers something for everyone – from yoga novices to fitness gurus and everything in between!

Run by … Read More

Local Cancer Patients Get Brilliant News With Chemotherapy Unit Increase

July 2, 2018 |

Local cancer services are set to receive a huge, potentially pivotal boost. This is because the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath is increasing its chemotherapy units, meaning that they will be more readily and widely available.

Currently, the majority … Read More

Caution Issued As Hepatitis A Outbreak is Reported in Sussex

June 8, 2018 |

The outbreak has occurred in the Whitehawk area.

A series of Hepatitis A cases have been reported at Whitehawk in Sussex.

The outbreak has predominantly taken place at City Academy Whitehawk.

So far their have been 5 known cases at … Read More

East Sussex NHS Trust No Longer in Special Measures

June 6, 2018 |

The Trust had been heavily maligned in a 2015 report

The Eastbourne District General Hospital and Hastings’ Conquest Hospital are run by the East Sussex Trust.

Just 3 years ago, the Care Quality Commission placed the Trust in special … Read More

Can Brighton & Hove Become A Beacon For The Future of Sustainable Food?

January 23, 2018 |

In 2015 Brighton & Hove became the first silver Sustainable Food City in the country. Now Brighton & Hove Food Partnership are asking everyone in the city to come together to ‘Go for Gold’.

A “sustainable food city” is one where the … Read More

Brighton and Hove Cervical Screening Rates Lowest in South East

January 23, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove has the lowest take up rates for cervical screening in the south east. Screening rates fall to a 20 year low across the UK.

Every day 9 women in the UK are diagnosed with cervical cancer and … Read More

Half A Dozen Patients Admitted To Brighton Hospital Daily With “H3N2 Australian Flu”

January 23, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove’s main hospital is admitting about half a dozen flu patients a day.

A message was sent to staff at the Royal Sussex County Hospital this week. It read: “Our staff will be seeing many more patients who … Read More

Brighton Economics Professor Warns Of The Dangers of Unequal Pay

January 18, 2018 |

When employees discover that colleagues doing similar work are paid more than they are it can destroy their job satisfaction and lead to psychological and physical illnesses, according to research co-led by the University of Brighton.

When staff feel ill-treated, … Read More