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Brighton Journal | September 23, 2019

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Posts ByLauren Nicolle, Author at Brighton Journal

Dad dancers support a grand cause for Prostate Cancer UK

September 20, 2019 |

Local dads’ street dance crew, Outta Puff Daddys, took over some of Brighton’s most iconic landmarks last weekend to raise awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.

The dad dancers started their performance at The Grand Brighton, filming within the hotel’s entrance, … Read More

The council promises that the Valley Gardens project will make Brighton a more sustainable city

September 20, 2019 |

It’s been one year since works started on Valley Gardens, a major project which aims to improve the transport network and public realm in the centre of Brighton.

The project is designed to create a new traffic system that will … Read More

Greens push for a climate change teacher in every school

September 13, 2019 |

Brighton and Hove could have a climate change teacher in every school if the council does more to promote a new, United Nations backed teacher training programme.

Climate change is not a key part of the curriculum in primary schools, … Read More

A full Harvest Moon is appearing tonight, Friday the 13th

September 13, 2019 |

Tonight, star-gazers will see an impressive full Harvest Moon light up the sky. This unusual occurrence will be the first time in nearly two decades that a harvest moon has occurred on Friday the 13th. 

A ‘Harvest Moon’ is the … Read More

Transgender athlete to compete in the men’s race at Brighton and Hove triathlon this weekend

September 13, 2019 |

This weekend is the 4th Brighton and Hove Triathlon taking place on Hove Lawns. It is the largest triathlon ever to take place in Brighton and Hove and sold out early due to unprecedented demand.

This year will see 1,600 … Read More

104 eco-friendly homes to be built for workers on low income

September 6, 2019 |

Councillors have approved of a bill put forward by the Homes for Brighton & Hove partnership, which will see more than 100 homes built in Portslade for working people on low income.

Half of the 104 apartments in the £19 … Read More

Brighton recycling: A load of rubbish?

September 6, 2019 | 2

Brighton Pavilion is the only constituency in the UK to have a Green Party MP. Brighton is home to the biggest offshore wind farm in the world and has been awarded numerous sustainability awards over the last decade. You’d have … Read More

A dog-walkers guide to Brighton (and the surrounding area)

August 9, 2019 |

Whether you’re new to Brighton or you’ve lived here your whole life, a fresh walking route can be difficult to find.

Brighton has a variety of dog-friendly parks such as Preston Park, Queen’s Park and Stanmer Park. Hove Lawns and … Read More

How to stay safe at Brighton Pride 2019

August 2, 2019 |

Widely acknowledged as the country’s most popular Pride event, you can expect Brighton to be extremely busy this weekend.

Brighton Pride’s sole ethos is to promote tolerance and diversity and support local charities and good causes. However, it is completely understandable … Read More

A local campaign is calling to end the practice of unpaid trial shifts

August 2, 2019 |

The campaign ‘Say No To Unpaid Trial Shifts’  is a Brighton and Hove-based grassroots organisation aiming to end the unfair and unnecessary practice of unpaid trial shifts.

An unpaid trial shift occurs when an employer makes revenue from a prospective employee working … Read More