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Humans of Brighton – meet Rose

March 17, 2019 |

This week the Brighton Journal met 23-year-old Rose, who was signing the ‘Brexit Bus’ at Sussex University

Rose is currently working as a learning support assistant at a school in Brighton, and hopes to do her … Read More

‘What followed was conflict between interior and exterior worlds, fantasy and reality, nature and nurture” – Artist of the week: Rikki Tarascas

March 16, 2019 |

This week we interviewed Rikki Tarascas, a bit of a renaissance man with a fascinating story to tell and some words of wisdom to share.

Featured image © Francesca Moore.

All other images in this article © The … Read More

New Lane to open in Brighton

March 13, 2019 |

Developers have almost completed work on opening a new Lane in Brighton, with retailers getting ready to open their stores next month.

The development has been taking place on Hanningtons Estate,  an area that once held Hanningtons department store which was once a prominent retail destination, commonly known as ‘The Harrods … Read More

Local Nursery recieves national award for sustainability

March 13, 2019 |

Footsteps in Hove have recieved the Modeshift STARS award at the houses of Parliament for the work that they have done to promote safe and sustainable travel.

Featured image © Footsteps Hove Facebook

Modeshift STARS, which is supported by theRead More

‘Lose the knife, not your life’ – Brighton police support national knife campagin

March 11, 2019 |

Sussex police are supporting Operation Spectre, a week long campaign that begins today amid the recent surge in knife violence across the country. 

Featured image: Knives from last years Operation Spectre© Sussex Police

Originally started by the Metropolitan Police Service, Operation Spectre aims to crack down the danger that knife … Read More

The Projects invites all to Coworkers Breakfast

March 11, 2019 |

The Projects is hosting a new Coworkers Breakfast which will be starting next Monday, the 18th of March, at 8.30 am.

Taking place in the café, Lost in the Projects, the free event will offer a fantastic opportunity to … Read More

Gigs of the week : 11th – 18th March

March 11, 2019 |

As always, we have hand-picked a selection of the best gigs in Brighton and Hove for you. This week we have chosen alternative rock, jazz, male solo artists and sounds from the queer songbook.

BAD LAWS @ The Green Door … Read More

Humans of Brighton – Ana Zoob

March 10, 2019 |

This week, the Brighton Journal got talking with the gorgeous Ana, who is now living back at home after graduating from Cambridge University.

So, what brings you to Brighton?

I grew up here and I have … Read More

“The most important thing about illustration is the communication of an idea”: Artist of the week, Laurie Avon

March 9, 2019 |

This week the Brighton Journal interviewed Laurie Avon, a young artist who uses illustration to explore political ideas and transcend traditional boundaries.

Featured image ©  Jem Ward

Laurie Graduated from Kingston last summer, and has been working on a … Read More

Police Donate £15,000 to Brighton Safe Space

March 6, 2019 |

Brighton and Hove police have donated £15,000 to the YMCA Downslink Group’s Safe Space, through the Police Property Act Fund. The fund is made up of money that is given to the police from property confiscated by the court and … Read More