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Brighton Journal | 24th January 2020

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‘Sleep Easy’ Knowing You Are Helping to Keep Local Young People Off the Streets

24th January 2020 |


Sleep Easy is YMCA Brighton & Hove’s biggest fundraising event of the year. YMCA Brighton & Hove is part of the bigger YMCA Downslink Group which runs local YMCAs across Sussex and Surrey. Across the region … Read More

Coming soon: The theatre production of Ghost Stories

22nd January 2020 |

If you’re into spooky shows all year round, you’re in for a treat as the theatre production of Ghost Stories is heading to Brighton very soon. Theatre Royal Brighton will be hosting the cult production, written by Jeremy Dyson and … Read More

New Owner Takes Over The Reigns Of Brighton Journal

20th January 2020 |

Brighton Journal has been taken over by a new owner Nick Staunton, a publisher from London, from founder Elin Arnar who’s relocating back to her home country.

Elin founded Brighton Journal in 2015 after living in … Read More

Artist of the Week: Kate Jenkins

18th January 2020 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Kate Jenkins, a Brighton-based crochet artist. Kate works in her studio in Kemptown, where she’s been making her food-inspired creations for over fifteen years. Kate enjoys travelling and is continuously influenced by global food … Read More

StreetVet Brighton: Helping Homeless Pets In Need

17th January 2020 |

This week, Brighton Journal spoke with Dr. Roz Wright, a veterinary surgeon based at New Priory Vets, about her involvement with StreetVet Brighton. This organisation looks after homeless people’s pets by providing much needed treatments and support that they would … Read More

Will Brighton and Hove be car free by 2023?

17th January 2020 |

A proposal for a car free city centre by 2023 in Brighton and Hove made by Amy Heley, Green Party Councillor for Preston Park, will be debated and voted on this month.

On January 21, Brighton & Hove City Council … Read More

Budget crisis looms as schools struggle to fill classes

14th January 2020 |

Greens have called on the Labour Council to make long term plans in preparation for the looming school funding crisis.

The council has estimated that in September 2022, there will be 600 unfilled reception class places if there is no … Read More

Investment in local youth services critical for young people, say Greens

14th January 2020 |

The will be a review of the funding for youth services in Brighton, which will examine the current £384,000 provided by the council. It will also explore the potential for a new ‘Central Youth Hub’.

This review was called by … Read More

Artist of the Week: Solange Leon Iriarte

13th January 2020 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Sussex-based artist, Solange Leon Iriarte. Solange explores the rhythms of cityscape and landscape in her energising mixed media work. We discussed many things during our discussion including her ‘Sway’ installation which concerns migration and … Read More

New year, new you? Here’s Revitalise

10th January 2020 |

It’s the first month of a new year and a new decade. All across our city, people are making New Year’s resolutions. Most will revolve around a healthier lifestyle, changing their intake of certain food and alcohol. Many of these … Read More