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Join the Tidy Up Team to keep Brighton’s open spaces litter-free

March 21, 2019 |

Tidy Up Team is a volunteer scheme run by Brighton & Hove City Council. It was officially established in 2017 and it provides volunteers with the skills and tools to keep the city’s green spaces tidy and litter-free.

The idea … Read More

Can we blame students for the lack of affordable housing?

March 21, 2019 | 1

Brighton and Hove Council has recently granted permission for 232 flats in London Road, replacing the building currently housing Boots and the Co-op.

This is part of the 4,000 new homes planned for the city. The student rooms will … Read More

Parking zone restrictions in Hanover could change from June

March 19, 2019 |

Residents living in the parking zone U could see some changes in time restrictions from Saturday 1 June, should the changes be approved.

The plan, due to be discussed this afternoon, involves restriction times to be extended to 11 hours … Read More

The best of Brighton on Instagram: 13-19 March

March 19, 2019 |

New week, new collection of some of the best Instagram pictures of Brighton from some very talented people!

As always, make sure you tag us at @brightonjournal for a chance to be featured in following editions. You can have a … Read More

New family rooms open at Royal Alexandra’s Oncology Day Care ward

March 16, 2019 |

The Oncology Day Care ward of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital opened its new family rooms, the Blencowe family rooms, on Thursday 7th March 2019.

The new rooms opened after months of work funded by the generous couple Michael … Read More

“We are the last generation who can stop climate change – and we will!”

March 15, 2019 |

Thousands of students of all ages skipped school to demonstrate against climate change for the second march organised by Youth Strike 4 Climate.

The students met at Churchill Square at 11 and marched from there up Queens Road towards the … Read More

Peacock Poetry Prize on the hunt for talented young poets

March 15, 2019 |

Brighton Festival is on the hunt for talented young poets to send their best poems for the Peacock Poetry Prize.

Brighton & Hove, East and West Sussex young writers aged 8-19 have until the 12th of April to submit … Read More

Brighton schools more ‘relaxed’ ahead of second Youth Strike 4 Climate demonstration

March 14, 2019 |

Youth Strike 4 Climate is getting ready for a second major protest, which will take place tomorrow 15th March 2019 from 11AM by Churchill Square shopping centre.

This is set to be one of the biggest youth climate strikes yet, … Read More

What’s on this weekend: 15-17 March

March 14, 2019 |

The weekend is fast approaching, and if you haven’t made plans yet, don’t worry! Brighton Journal has selected for you some of the best events taking place this weekend. Expect music, poetry, exhibitions, and the opportunity of being locked alone … Read More

Some of the biggest UK comedians to perform at first Brighton Comedy Garden

March 12, 2019 |

A new comedy show is arriving in town. Brighton Comedy Garden, taking place in June at Preston park, will bring some of the UK’s most popular comedians to our city for five days of entertainment.

Alan Davies, Sean Lock, … Read More