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Brighton Journal | 3rd April 2020

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Posts ByLauren Nicolle, Author at Brighton Journal

7 New Year’s Eve Traditions From Around the World

31st December 2019 |

If you’re looking for a slightly different way to celebrate New Year’s Eve this year, try out some of these interesting cultural traditions from around the world.

 

1. Spain

Traditionally, during the countdown to New Year in Spain, you’ll … Read More

Brightonian Christmas Special – What Are Your Christmas Traditions?

27th December 2019 |

In our fouth part of our Christmas-inspired feature series, we’ve reached out to local Brightonians and asked them a few questions about how they like to celebrate Christmas. 

Today, we asked Lewis how he likes to celebrate Christmas with his … Read More

Brightonian Christmas Special – What Are Your Christmas Traditions?

26th December 2019 |

In our third part series of Christmas-inspired feature series. we’ve reached out to local Brightonians and asked them a few questions about how they like to celebrate Christmas. 

We chatted to 23-year-old Eleanor Atkinson of Hanover, who celebrates Christmas with … Read More

Brightonian Christmas Special – What Are Your Christmas Traditions?

24th December 2019 |

In our second part of Christmas-inspired feature series, we’ve reached out to local Brightonians and asked them a few questions about how they like to celebrate Christmas. 

First up is 27-year-old Harriet Miller of Carlyle Street, who celebrates Christmas with … Read More

Brightonian Christmas Special – What Are Your Christmas Traditions?

24th December 2019 |

We love Christmas at Brighton Journal, so we’ve decided to celebrate this festive season with a Christmas-inspired feature series. We’ve reached out to local Brightonians and asked them a few questions about how they like to celebrate Christmas. 

First up, … Read More

“No Christmas Day Dip”: The council will close the seafront on Christmas Day

23rd December 2019 |

The council will once again be taking extra measures to discourage swimmers from taking a Christmas Day dip by closing access to the beaches around Brighton Palace Pier.

Seafront officers are urging residents and visitors to stay safe and keep … Read More

Calls for fairer voting system and an end to first-past-the-post

23rd December 2019 |

Local Labour Councillors have backed the Green’s call for a fairer voting system and an end to the first-past-the-post system. 

Greens say the current ‘first-past-the-post,’ system is deeply unfair, and has denied voters choice and proper representation at both local … Read More

University of Sussex rises in Ranking of World’s Greenest Universities

23rd December 2019 |

The University of Sussex has been ranked 13th in the world and 5th in the UK for its efforts towards campus sustainability and an environmentally friendly infrastructure.

Featured image: © Wikipedia

The GreenMetric Ranking of World Universities for 2019 places Sussex 13th overall … Read More

Southern Water supports local charity “Aldingbourne Trust”

19th December 2019 |

This year, Southern Water’s season’s greetings e-card comes from the Aldingbourne Trust, their regional charity partner for West Sussex.

Helen Wilkinson, Creative Arts Lead, said:

“We are so honoured to have been chosen to produce the artwork for Southern … Read More

‘Part of Santa Claus’s finger’ given to Sussex Abbey

19th December 2019 |

Pieces of Christ’s manger and part of Santa Claus’s finger were among objects given to Battle Abbey, according to medieval manuscript.

Featured image: © WyrdLight.com

 

Battle Abbey was built in Battle (near Hastings, East Sussex) to commemorate one … Read More