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Brighton Journal | August 18, 2019

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Posts ByHannah Midgley, Author at Brighton Journal

The significance of charity work for Brighton’s most vulnerable

August 1, 2019 |

In a climate of austerity, voluntary and community sector organisations are becoming increasingly vital for maintaining necessary support services in cities. The Brighton Journal acknowledges four very important projects that are making a positive impact on our community. 

The Clock … Read More

8 Secret facts about the Royal Pavilion garden

July 25, 2019 |

Robert Hill-Snook, who is the Head Gardener at the Royal Pavilion has shared eight facts which you are unlikely to know about the gardens! After understanding all the care and attention that goes into these gardens, you can see why … Read More

Brighton refuses to aid the deportation of non-EU rough sleepers

July 24, 2019 |

Brighton has joined with other cities across the country in a refusal to share personal information about non-EU rough sleepers with the government amongst concerns that this will lead to deportation. 

“Rough sleeping is harmful and dangerous. … Read More

Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour in Brighton

July 23, 2019 |

Yesterday (22nd July 2019) was the start of Anti Social Behaviour Week, and Sussex Police are supporting the campaign. The #ASBAware week aims to increase peoples understanding about what anti-social behaviour is, how can impact people’s lives and explore the … Read More

Gigs Of The Week: Monday 22nd – Sunday 28th July

July 22, 2019 |

Summers in full swing and its time to boogie with our hand-picked selection of the best gigs on in Brighton this week. Ranging from traditional song to drum and bass, to the worlds best Stones n Roses Tribute Band, we … Read More

Get on camera! Extra’s required for a film in Brighton

July 22, 2019 |

Tomorrow (23rd June 2019) you have the opportunity to be featured in the film The Pebble and The Boy. Extras are required for a ‘gig scene’ which will take place outside The Dome between 2 pm and 7 pm, with … Read More

Changes to Brighton’s bike share scheme

July 22, 2019 |

Brighton Bike Share is a £1.5 million scheme that is similar to the Boris Bikes in London, where you can download an app, quickly hop on a bike and travel sustainably around the city. It is one of the most … Read More

Gigs of the week: 8th – 14th July

July 8, 2019 |

Still got post-glasto blues? Couldn’t afford Love Supreme? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with a great selection of gigs in Brighton this week.

Yumi And The Weather @ The Green Door Store, Monday 8th July

Since first emerging on … Read More

Brighton’s summer vegan beer and cider Festival starts today!

July 4, 2019 |

Veganism is increasing in popularity all over the country, with the vegan trend quadrupling between 2012 and 2017 (The Vegan Society). Of course, Brighton is a flag bearer for this movement and has an excellent selection of Vegan restaurants and … Read More

Party with a purpose at Safe As Disco

July 3, 2019 |

Safe As Disco is a disco party with the purpose to raise money for homeless people in Brighton and Sussex. At this joyful night you can expect feel-good disco classics, crazy golf, fortune tellers, amazing auction prizes, a fabulous raffle, … Read More