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Brighton Journal | 13th December 2019

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Posts ByElizabeth Richardson, Author at Brighton Journal - Page 3 of 8

What’s on this Weekend: 30th August – 1st September

29th August 2019 |

The sun seems to be sticking around, so why not make the most of it while it lasts? We’ve put together our top picks of all the things brilliant Brighton has to offer this weekend. From beach cleans to bike … Read More

Likely cause of Hollingdean waste depot fire is revealed

28th August 2019 |

The Hollingdean waste depot set ablaze last Sunday night under mysterious circumstances. 10 fire engines were sent to the scene, and fire crews tackled the flames for over 12 hours. 

Significant damage was made to the building, with no one … Read More

The Ultimate Halloumi Sandwich

28th August 2019 |

Pack as many of your 5-a-day into this whopping sandwich as you can. Let your imagination run wild as wild as ours has, because we’ve added a tropical twist to this one. Pineapple! It’s a great taste of the summer … Read More

Residents outraged by “disgusting” Madeira Terrace graffiti

27th August 2019 |

The Grade II listed Madeira Lift has been defaced with bright pink lettering, leaving members of the public outraged. Residents have called the recent graffiti additions to the Madeira Terraces “disgusting.”

Jax Atkins, the resident behind the Save Madeira Terraces … Read More

Gigs of the Week: 27th August – 1st September

27th August 2019 |

Those post-bank holiday blues are already kicking in. Don’t worry, Brighton Journal has got you covered on gigs that are bound to brighten up your week. From alternative indie to folk, post-punk to eletro-trance, there’s so much going on in … Read More

“Boot banks” improve accessibility to Brighton community football

27th August 2019 |

Not sure what to do with that old pair of football boots you’ve got lying around? You can now donate your once-loved boots in aid of Brighton’s community football.

Brighton & Hove City Council have set up a series of … Read More

Artist of the Week: Lauren Hayes

24th August 2019 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Lauren Hayes, a Brighton-based paper artist who creates stunning botanical sculptures. Her delicate sculptures often feature plants with medicinal or folklorish significance.

Every single piece is designed, drawn and cut by hand, resulting in … Read More

Brighton Street Style: North Laine edition

23rd August 2019 |

Brighton Journal took to the North Laine this sunny afternoon on a mission to find Brighton’s most fashionable. Full of vintage shops, the North Laine is renowned for being a street style hotspot, and it didn’t let us down. Brighton … Read More

Self-care guide to a Brighton bank holiday weekend

23rd August 2019 |

We’ve all experienced the stress of the 9 to 5. This bank holiday promises a much needed Monday off. With an extra day set aside, why not put some extra time towards taking care of yourself? Check out our guide … Read More

Heroic police dog celebrated by Sussex Police in Lewes

23rd August 2019 |

Sussex Police celebrated their policing hero – police dog Finn – at their headquarters in Lewes yesterday following the passing of Finn’s Law. Finn and his owner, PC Dave Wardell, attended the celebration, receiving an engraved collar and certificate of … Read More