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Brighton Journal | 13th November 2019

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Posts ByLouisa Streeting, Author at Brighton Journal

Brighton’s disco beach clean volunteers exceed 2,000 in 2018

9th January 2019 |

Every piece of litter you retrieve from Brighton beach reduces a hazard for marine wildlife and our oceans.

Brighton beach sadly suffers from huge swells of litter after big events like Pride and Bank holiday weekend. Luckily, volunteer groups like … Read More

Petition to save beloved Brighton pub hits 3k signatures

5th January 2019 | 1

An online petition launched to save The Great Eastern pub in Brighton has gathered over 3,000 signatures in just two days.

The pub based on Trafalgar Street has come under threat after the landlords, Ei Group, have told its owners … Read More

Introducing Gamely Games: the Brighton company on Dragons’ Den TONIGHT!

23rd December 2018 |

Gamely Games’ CEO, Hazel Reynolds, spoke to Brighton Journal about how their three games helping to connect families has led to their appearance on Dragons’ Den tonight.

In an increasingly digitalised world, sometimes it’s important to revert back to those … Read More

The movement urging you to care about climate change

21st December 2018 |

Claudia Fisher, a representative from the Brighton branch of Extinction Rebellion, discussed the rapid development of the movement and how people can help in this time of ‘climate emergency’.

The mainstream media is awash with stories telling us to eat … Read More

“I love the trance state I get into when I’m painting.” Artist of the Week: Danni Emery

16th December 2018 | 1

Inspired by a visit to markets in Melbourne five years ago, Danni Emery explains how her incredibly compact and special art form was initially conceived.

When we think of art many of us think immediately of conventional forms like … Read More

Prevent loneliness in Brighton and Hove this Christmas

14th December 2018 | 1

Many of us consider the festive period to be a time to celebrate and share with loved ones – but not everyone has this luxury. Age UK in Brighton and Hove and around the UK are urging people to reach out … Read More

Brighton council urged to go carbon neutral by 2030

13th December 2018 |

Challenges from a petition and Green councillors are pressuring Brighton and Hove City Council to prevent the catastrophic effects of climate change for future generations.

Brighton and Hove City Council are being urged to take big steps in committing to … Read More

AudioActive kickstart new campaign helping create futures for young people

13th December 2018 |

We spoke to AudioActive’s project manager, Tom Hines, about their huge campaign to provide new, improved facilities and equipment where young people are considered artists.

Brighton and Hove is a vibrant hub of culture where artistic endeavours are cherished and … Read More

Mutual Aid Vegan Foodbank flourishes in their first year

12th December 2018 |

We spoke to Mutual Aid Vegan Foodbank about how their organisation has evolved in their first year.

Despite being among some of the richest countries in the world, more and more people are relying on food banks to ensure they … Read More

Solar energy projects given go ahead in schools across Brighton

11th December 2018 |

Brighton Energy Cooperative has revealed plans to launch free solar energy systems for three schools in Brighton and Hove in a bid to build a more sustainable and greener future.

The energy company has been working closely with Woodingdean, Coldean … Read More