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Brighton Journal | 12th November 2019

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Posts ByAngus Walker, Author at Brighton Journal

What’s the story behind Guy Fawkes Night?

5th November 2019 |

Bonfire Night, or to give it its proper name, Guy Fawkes Night, has been celebrated in Britain since 1605. Every year on November 5th, millions of people around the country attend bonfires and firework displays, but what exactly is the … Read More

Black History Family Day @ Brighton Dome and Museum, Sat 9 Nov

5th November 2019 |

Brighton and Hove Black History Group’s family day will be taking place this Saturday at Brighton Dome and Museum, from 12-5pm. 

The event will be a celebration of African-Caribbean Arts and Culture, and entry is free. Guests will have the … Read More

How to register to vote in the 12th December general election

1st November 2019 |

Earlier this week, MPs voted to approve a bill calling for a general election on December 12th.  Across Brighton and Hove, three seats will be contested as the city is divided up into three constituencies: Brighton Pavilion, Brighton Kemptown and … Read More

Fight Off Your Winter Cold: 5 Easy Home Remedies

30th October 2019 |

It’s not even November yet, and already everyone’s favourite virus is doing the rounds around the city. Yes it’s our old friend the common cold. Oh how we’ve missed you. Colds are more common in winter, and while it’s true … Read More

Bonfire Night 2019: 5 Alternatives to Lewes

29th October 2019 |

In case you don’t fancy the crowds at the country’s largest bonfire festival this year, we’ve put together a list of smaller scale, more relaxed alternatives in the Brighton area. 

County Cricket Ground Fireworks, Hove – Tuesday 5th November, 6pm

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Humans of Brighton: Meet Phillip

27th October 2019 |

This week, for our Humans of Brighton feature, I met up for a chat with Phillip. If you live in Brighton, chances are you will have seen Phillip walking around the city or in his usual spot on the steps … Read More

A sneak preview of Alcotraz, Brighton’s awesome new immersive cocktail experience!

25th October 2019 |

Last night, we were invited to the launch of Brighton’s newest immersive cocktail experience, Alcotraz, which will be opening its doors to the public this Friday. Following the success of its venues in London, Inventive Productions decided to bring their … Read More

New affordable city centre homes win top design award

18th October 2019 |

A set of new council homes in the city’s famous North Laine have won the Best Architectural Design award in this year’s South East Construction Awards.

The development in Kensington Street was praised by the award panel for reflecting the … Read More

Humans of Brighton: Meet Persia

18th October 2019 |

This week, for our Humans of Brighton feature, I headed out to North Laine and spotted Persia sitting outside having a coffee. She looked very cool with her pink hair and was enjoying some long-awaited autumn sunshine. 

I asked her … Read More

Acorn Union’s Big Renters Meeting a success!

18th October 2019 |

Around 50 Brighton renters met in the Friends Meeting House on Ship Street last night for Acorn Renters’ Union’s big meeting.  

The purpose of the meeting was to give renters the opportunity to discuss the issues facing them, and to … Read More