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Brighton Journal | 24th February 2020

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Posts ByKim Ayling, Author at Brighton Journal

“Small businesses seem to thrive here” Humans of Brighton – Meet Suzanne

9th December 2018 |

When wandering through the North Laine this week, we spotted Suzanne working hard making glass behind the counter of her beautiful shop, Little Beach Boutique. We chatted to her about living and working in the city for this week’s edition of Humans … Read More

“My family owned a circus that travelled the world” Humans of Brighton – Meet Danny

2nd December 2018 |

This week we spotted Danny, an Italian busker, performing in town. We caught up with him for our weekly instalment of Humans of Brighton, and found out what he loves about the city.

 

 

Hi Danny! Could you tell … Read More

“I fell in love as soon as I stepped off the train” Humans of Brighton – Meet Katie

25th November 2018 |

For this week’s edition of Human’s of Brighton we met Katie, a Fashion Communications student, to find out what she loves about Brighton and where she thinks serves the best coffee.

Hi Katie! What initially made you decide to move … Read More

Small Business Saturday Encourages Shoppers to Go Independent

19th November 2018 |

As a city inundated with small shops, businesses and restaurants, Brighton’s independent scene is undoubtedly a thriving one. In a bid to shine an even greater spotlight on some of these amazing spots throughout the city, the Small Business Saturday … Read More

Get Connected Over Coffee With ‘Table Talk’

5th November 2018 |

In a mission to get people connected, members of One Church Brighton have come together to create Table Talk, an initiative which encourages people to create a warmer community by talking to one another in their local cafe.

 

In a … Read More

Brighton Street Style – Bold Colours and Cosy Coats

2nd November 2018 |

It’s been a freezing week in Brighton but that hasn’t stopped you lovely people from donning your best clothes and heading out into town. This week bold colours remained a favourite, with the addition of some cosy looking coats.

First up … Read More

‘She Can. She Did’ Invites Female Entrepreneurs to The Midweek Mingle

31st October 2018 |

Calling all female founders and aspiring entrepreneurs, this event is not to be missed. She Can. She Did invites you to the Brighton leg of the ‘Midweek Mingle’, an opportunity to meet fellow like-minded business women, working and living right here in … Read More

“Female comedians are definitely marginalised” – An Interview With Edinburgh Fringe ‘Best Newcomer’ Nominee, Maisie Adam

24th October 2018 |

With a ‘Best Newcomer’ nomination from both Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe and a ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ win under her belt, there’s no doubt that Maisie Adam is making a name for herself on the comedy scene, despite having … Read More

FatBoy Slim Becomes FatBoy Slow for Snail Pace Marathon

15th October 2018 |

It has been announced that Norman Cook AKA world-famous DJ Fatboy Slim, will be embarking on a Snail Pace Marathon, taking place on Friday 19th October, when he will walk rather than run the full 26 miles of a marathon … Read More

Brighton Street Style

10th October 2018 |

With the weather perking back up after last week’s chilly spell, you lovely lot were back out wearing your brightest colours once more. The coats have been put away for another week, so we headed out to see what Brighton’s … Read More