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Brighton Journal | 17th November 2019

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‘Chip of Flint – Fragment of Chalk’ by Tania Rutland

14th November 2019 |

If you are looking for exhibitions to go to this November, then make your way down to Phoenix Gallery to view Tania Rutland’s depictions of Sussex.

‘Chip of Flint – Fragment of Chalk’ is a solo exhibition, which features Rutland’s … Read More

“No HIV transmissions in Brighton in next decade? Get tested!” says MP

14th November 2019 |

As National HIV Testing week begins on Saturday 16th November, Brighton Kemptown MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle urges everyone to get tested, as one in twelve people living with HIV are unaware they have the virus.

Featured image: Lloyd Russell-Moyle via © … Read More

What’s on this Weekend: 15th – 17th November

14th November 2019 |

Brighton has plenty of events for you to fill your weekend with. Check out what’s in store for you and get planning the perfect weekend!

 

Friday 15th November

LUSH Clothes Swap

It’s time to re-vamp your wardrobes because LUSH … Read More

Brighton and Hove council receives gold award recognition for LGBTQ+ youth work

13th November 2019 |

National charity Stonewall has given Brighton & Hove City Council it’s highest award for the work going on in the city to support LGBTQ+ children and young people.

The council’s gold in Stonewall’s Children and Young People’s Services (CYPS) Champion … Read More

Free Men’s Health drop in to ‘Speak Up Against Cancer’ at the Amex

13th November 2019 |

The Amex is hosting a free Men’s Health Drop in on Saturday 16th November as part of Albion In The Community’s Speak Up Against Cancer campaign.

Focusing on lung health this year, to coincide with Lung Cancer Awareness Month, men … Read More

Staff at Brighton and Sussex unis to strike

13th November 2019 |

Members of the University and College Union (UCU) at Brighton and Sussex Universities are set to strike for eight days in disputes over pay, working conditions and pensions.

Around 30 percent of lecturers and support staff at the city’s universities … Read More