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Brighton Journal | 3rd April 2020

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Posts ByKat Hoare, Author at Brighton Journal

Funeral directors face urgent shortage of PPE protective clothing

25th March 2020 |

Funeral directors in Sussex are so concerned about the shortage of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) caused by the Covid-19 pandemic that they have appealed to local builders and suppliers on social media. 

PPE items including full body overalls, protective … Read More

Blatchington Mill School to shut for one month

17th March 2020 |

Blatchington Mill School is the one of the first secondary school in Brighton and Hove to announce it will close from the end of school today due to the Corona virus Covid-19. Students will finish this afternoon and then not … Read More

Let’s Dance Confidently Comes of Age In Its 16th year

11th March 2020 |

Let’s Dance 2020 the inclusive showcase for 2000 young Brighton dancers aged 5 – 18 is now in the middle of its 16th year at Brighton Dome. Running for 4 days this week from 9th – 12th March, the event … Read More

Brighton Company Tackles The Alarming Local Suicide Rates

5th March 2020 |

In February, TV presenter Caroline Flack’s tragic death once again brought suicide back under the media spotlight. With the presenter’s famous Tweet “Be Kind”, people were shocked and saddened and left wondering what could have been done to prevent a … Read More

Why your name on a cup can be life changing

10th February 2020 |

Last week Starbucks together with Trans charity Mermaids launched a groundbreaking “What’s Your Name” video campaign.  The video shows a transgender person previously known as Gemma, finally getting their new name of James recognised by having it written on their … Read More

Brighton train services branded a joke, as Network Rail is given warning

30th January 2020 |

Brighton commuters are calling local rail services a joke, despite the Government’s new pledge earlier this week to reinvest in the railways. Commuters from the Preston Park Train Campaign have not been impressed with the 2020 service so far and … Read More

“No HIV transmissions in Brighton in next decade? Get tested!” says MP

14th November 2019 |

As National HIV Testing week begins on Saturday 16th November, Brighton Kemptown MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle urges everyone to get tested, as one in twelve people living with HIV are unaware they have the virus.

Featured image: Lloyd Russell-Moyle via © … Read More

Free Men’s Health drop in to ‘Speak Up Against Cancer’ at the Amex

13th November 2019 |

The Amex is hosting a free Men’s Health Drop in on Saturday 16th November as part of Albion In The Community’s Speak Up Against Cancer campaign.

Focusing on lung health this year, to coincide with Lung Cancer Awareness Month, men … Read More

Trans student still hopeful for fertility treatment on the NHS

8th November 2019 |

Trans student still hopeful for future NHS fertility treatmentRead More

Brighton barber at the cutting edge

24th October 2019 |

Brighton barber at the cutting edgeRead More