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| March 25, 2019

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Where to be for IWD

March 6, 2019 |

With so much going on for International Women’s Day this year, it can be hard to know where to start. To make things easier, The Brighton Journal has compiled a selection of the best events in Brighton for you to … Read More

Brighton’s Biggest International Woman’s Day Celebration

March 6, 2019 |

Brighton Woman’s Centre, Brighton Dome and Brighton Museums, are joining forces to host Brighton’s Biggest celebration for international woman’s day.

Gender equality will be at the forefront of the event, which will be a celebration of women’s achievements and … Read More

Tips and Tricks for a Tip-Top Pancake Day

March 4, 2019 |

It’s Shrove Tuesday tomorrow! We’ve compiled an important selection of pancake tips, tricks, and facts to prepare you for a flipping good day.

Shrove Tuesday has traditionally been a way to use up unhealthy ingredients before the start of … Read More

Police issue fraud warning

March 4, 2019 |

Sussex Police are warning elderly and vulnerable people to be aware of phone-calls from fraudsters claiming to be from HM Customs and Revenue (HMC) or the police.

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HMRC received more than 60,000 reports of … Read More

Gigs of the week: 4th – 10th March

March 4, 2019 |

As always, we have handpicked a selection of some of the best gigs on in Brighton and Hove for you in this week. Celebrate the first week of March in style with African-electronic, acid jazz, and a selection of beautiful … Read More

“I look at the world differently”: Interview with autistic photographer Joe James

March 3, 2019 |

Joe James is a self-taught photographer, whose stunning pictures are gaining him increasing popularity on social media. He is using the attention he has received from his photos as a platform to spread awareness and understanding about his autism, which … Read More

Artist of the week: Nick Bodimeade

March 2, 2019 |

This week, The Brighton Journal spoke to Nick Bodimeade, a well established painter from Lewes, who is using Boulder Brighton as inspiration for his latest project. We even went climbing together before discussing his artwork!

Nick explained that … Read More

What is happening to Preston Park?

February 27, 2019 |

Flower beds have disappeared, bowling greens have been removed and railings have been ripped out. The Brighton Journal investigates what is happening to Brighton’s biggest park. 

Featured image © Marie Brooks

I’ve lived here for many years and I’ve watched the park slowly be … Read More

Concorde 2 urges residents to sign petition

February 27, 2019 | 2

Featured image ©  Jax Atkins‎

As a Brighton resident, you are likely to be aware about the current condition of the iconic Madeira Terraces on the way to Concorde.

You may also know about the £463,000 that has … Read More

Is Brighton age-friendly?

February 27, 2019 |

Brighton is known for being an inclusive community, which is emphasised by the fact that accessibility is the theme of this years Fringe, but is it really age-friendly?

Featured image © Health Watch Brighton and Hove

Age UK … Read More