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What Does It Take To Run A Cafe? We Speak To A Kemptown Cafe Owner On His Experience and Tips

April 14, 2018 |

[Text for Social Media]: Brighton & Hove is becoming known for it’s coffee culture. Cafes have popped up all over the city but some are standing out from the crowd. We spoke with the owner and manager of Cup of … Read More

Tech-Takeback Pop Up Shop – Coming Soon to Brighton!

January 31, 2018 |

Tech-Takeback are an organisation that focus on the data-wiping and then reuse, redistribution and responsible disposal of technological products in order to protect our environment for the next generations to come. The pop up shops are being run by Brighton … Read More

Police Appealing for Witnesses to Assault on North Street, Brighton

January 29, 2018 |

Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault on North Street, Brighton.

The assault involved two men, and occurred at around 1:50pm on Monday 22nd January.

The incident took place near to Paddy Power in North Street.

Although no injuries … Read More

Police Appeal for Witnesses Following a Fire in a Brighton Flat

January 26, 2018 |

Police are appealing for witnesses following a small fire in a flat in Brighton in the early hours of Friday (26 January).

The fire was spotted at around 4.20am in a flat in St Peters Street and it is believed … Read More

Man Arrested After £20,000 Worth of Drugs Seized in Brighton

January 26, 2018 |

Police arrested a man and seized thousands of pounds worth of drugs in Brighton after a member of public called to report suspected drug dealing in the street.

Prevention officers went to the scene, carried out enquiries and detained the … Read More

Police in East Sussex Combating Drug Gang ‘Cuckooing’ Tactics

January 26, 2018 |

Police in Hastings and Rother are at the forefront of wider efforts to tackle “county line supply of class A drugs” and “cuckooing” – the process whereby criminal gangs target the homes of vulnerable people in order to deal drugs … Read More

Call to Trace Relatives of WW1 Hero

January 26, 2018 |

A call is going out to trace relatives of a World War One hero from Brighton.

A memorial service will be held and commemorative stone laid at the Old Steine War Memorial in Brighton to honour Ernest Beal, who was … Read More

Reward on offer in hunt for wanted East Sussex man Nigel Fry

January 26, 2018 |

Police have stressed that a £500 reward still stands for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Nigel Fry, who is wanted on a warrant for failing to appear in court and in connection with various offences under investigation … Read More

Ever Wondered What Seafront Quad Bike Patrols Are Up To?

January 25, 2018 |

We’ve all seen Brighton & Hove City Council’s seafront officers patrolling the busy promenade on their distinctive quad bikes. But have you ever wondered what’s in the quad?

Seafront operations manager Chris Ingall lifts the lid on his quad, and … Read More

Community Composting Scheme Fertile and Growing

January 25, 2018 |

The city’s latest community composting scheme has been unveiled at the Level.

The new scheme, set up by Brighton & Hove City Council and the Food Partnership, provides an opportunity for local people living near the park to compost their … Read More