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Brighton Journal | July 21, 2019

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Plans for Brighton to become carbon neutral by 2030

June 19, 2019 |

In February, the council allocated £75,000 to develop a new cycling and walking plan for Brighton. and Hove.

The plan will aim to improve walking and cycling networks in Brighton and link enhance the links to surrounding areas, including the … Read More

Once in a lifetime opportunity for local artists

June 13, 2019 | 1

A unique opportunity for local artists to see their original work launched on a gargantuan new Brighton-based development has arisen. The call to tender for the Edward Street art installation is live as of today. If you’re an experienced local … Read More

What’s on in Brighton this weekend: 14-16 June

June 13, 2019 |

Friday

Short Stories, Tall Tales: 2 Shows

At Ropetackle Arts Centre with two shows at 11am and 1:30pm is a lively stortelling experience for babies, toddlers, parents and carers. Actress and mum Hannah Summers brings classic and modern stories to … Read More

The best of Brighton on Instagram: 5 – 11 June

June 12, 2019 |

Happy hump day! What a busy weekend it’s been. If the erratic British weather is getting you down (what are we even supposed to wear?!) then take a look at the wonderful and weird stuff that went on in Brighton … Read More

Brighton Police launch child focused project

June 6, 2019 |

Brighton and Hove Police have just launched a new project called ‘Meet the Police’, a child-focused initiative that aims to build stronger links between the police and their local community. 

The city policing team will be working in partnership with … Read More

Why you should (and how you can) volunteer in Brighton

June 6, 2019 |

Being a volunteer has the potential to change your life. It can improve mental and physical wellbeing, help you to gain experience and offer an important sense of belonging about ‘doing good‘. Volunteering helps to support people who are marginalised … Read More

Disco Pete has opened an exhibition at the Fishing Quarter Gallery!

June 5, 2019 |

This weekend there will be a new exhibition opening in Brighton at the Fishing Quarter Gallery. The exhibition explores the life and art of Disco Pete a much loved local legend in Brighton. We contacted Philip Sugg, who organised the … Read More

Brighton library to become homes for the homeless?

May 30, 2019 |

The council have proposed to turn what was once Hollingbury library into thirteen flats for people who have previously been homeless. The self-contained homes will offer people who are ready to move from high-support accommodation the chance to live independently, … Read More

Artist of the week:Vincenzo Donlini‎

May 21, 2019 |

This week, the Brighton Journal got talking with the talented Vincenzo Donlini, who has been painting for over 50 years. He focuses on local landscapes, such as Madiera Terrace, The Beach and The Level. He would like for people … Read More

Humans of Brighton – meet Rose

May 8, 2019 |

This week the Brighton Journal met 23-year-old Rose, who was signing the ‘Brexit Bus’ at Sussex University

Rose is currently working as a learning support assistant at a school in Brighton, and hopes to do her … Read More