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Brighton Journal | July 21, 2019

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Creative Florence With Her INCREDIBLE New Dyslexia Friendly Children’s Book!

March 19, 2017 | 1

Have a look at Flo’s book!

Florence, originally from South Woodford, has been in Brighton for 13 years now. She moved over with her husband when he was transferred over for a job, Flo was free-lance at the time and … Read More

New Art Installation Asks Brightonians For Their Life Ambitions

March 10, 2017 |

Students passing through Library Square at the University of Sussex’s Falmer campus this week will have noticed something very different – a huge art installation asking them what they’d like to do before they die. Another ‘Before I Die’ installation … Read More

Call For Artists, Makers and Crafters For Sussex Pink Gift Fair!

March 10, 2017 |

If you’re crafty and creative, why not apply for a stall or table at this year’s Pink Gift Fair?  The annual event has just this year become an official fundraiser for Cancer Research, so you can craft and sell for … Read More

Hove Artists Facing Eviction Seek New Venue – Any Ideas?

March 8, 2017 |

A group of Hove artists facing eviction from their premises on School Road in Hove are looking for somewhere new to get creative.

Situated in the Westerman Complex, Red Herring Studios is currently home to 23 artists who have used … Read More

Paper Daisy’s Unique Easter Boutique Market is Coming to Brighton!

March 6, 2017 |

Already looking forward to the end of lent? Paper Daisy Events are bringing local businesses together at the Brighthelm Centre for a day of Easter fun for all the family. The idea of the Easter Boutique Market is to get … Read More

After The Loss Of Her Dad Jo Norton Took Life By The Horns And Started Her Own Fashion Label

March 3, 2017 |

Sussex girl Jo Norton, 26 is the proud owner of a local fashion label Mille Saisons.

Jo describes herself as having the appearance of a 16 year old, with braces. “I keep being ID’ed for silly things.” So I think we … Read More

Handmade Tiny Clay Treats Influenced By Stop-Motion Programs Like Morph And Pingu

February 28, 2017 |

Caroline, 37, from Ringmer, designs and hand makes tiny things in the form of a various treats from modelling clay. She moved away from her hometome 20 years ago to go to University in Nottingham. Since then, she’s lived in … Read More

“There Really Is No Need To Harm The Environment Or Ourselves With Harsh, Synthetic Ingredients”

February 24, 2017 |

Corinne Taylor, 28 from Chester moved to Manchester to study when she was 19 and stayed there for 8 years. Recently relocated to Brighton with her partner Dan, she is now living in the village of Ovingdean, just on the … Read More

Jenny Agutter is Impressed by Designer’s Unique Cancer Awareness Trinkets

February 21, 2017 |

A local designer is using her skills to help raise awareness of ovarian cancer after being approached by a friend who had lost her mother to the disease.

Her work has been supported by Logan’s Run actor Jenny Agutter.

Lisa Ebdon, … Read More

Cubbkids “Creating Things That Make Me Happy and Leaving My Little Stamp On The World”

February 17, 2017 | 1

Laura Windebank, 41  from Crowborough, Sussex is the designer and maker behind the embroidery based enterprise ‘Cubb kids’. She is now living in Brighton with her partner and 5 year old daughter, Bethan. “Brighton is such a vibrant, tolerant and creative city, … Read More