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Brighton Journal | 7th December 2019

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Brighton Street Style: 2nd December

6th December 2019 |

December calls for new and updated ways to transform your wardrobe this month. Whether it be a standout accessory, a bold, long coat or something you wouldn’t normally wear, Brighton is the place to brave standing out in the crowd. … Read More

Royal Pavilion Garden receives funding from National Heritage Lottery Fund

5th December 2019 |

Plans to safeguard the future of the historic Royal Pavilion Garden and restore it to its former glory are back on track! The National Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded the gardens with initial funding of £214,400.

The gardens are also … Read More

Life-saving defibrillator donated to Brighton Dome in memory of music fan

4th December 2019 |

Mark and Nigel Atwell have donated a new defibrillator to Brighton Dome in memory of their late father Trevor Atwell, who regularly attended concerts at the venue. 

Trevor passed away at his home in Lancing in the autumn from an … Read More

Man dies after being struck by car on Brighton seafront

3rd December 2019 |

A 20-year-old man from Crawley has died following a hit-and-run on Brighton seafront (A259).

The man, who has not yet been named, was suffering from serious head injuries when he and two others were hit by a BMW following … Read More

Youth climate protesters take to Brighton’s streets!

30th November 2019 |

‘What do we want? Climate Action! When do we want it? Now!’. These were the chants of well over a hundred young activists who gathered outside Churchill Square yesterday, as part of the latest wave of ‘Youth for Climate’ strikes.

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‘Save our Schools’ launch General Election campaign

29th November 2019 |

The parent-led, Brighton-based group ‘Save our Schools’, has launched a campaign to “keep education funding on the political agenda” at the upcoming General Election. 

Featured image: Save our Schools via Wikimedia.

 

The funding crisis

Since launching in March … Read More

10 things not to miss in Brighton this Christmas

28th November 2019 |

The festive season is well and truly upon us. Christmas music has started to creep its way into shops’ playlists, and the John Lewis advert is out. Soon we’ll all be in full-blown Christmas mode, spinning around in a daze … Read More

The world’s first TV climate & nature election debate is taking place this Thursday

28th November 2019 |

Channel 4 are holding the world’s first TV climate and nature election debate this Thursday (28th November) at 7pm.

Featured image: © Greta Thunberg at European Parliament

Three weeks ago Green Peace launched a petition, signed by over 200,000 people, calling … Read More

Preston Park Elm trees find new life aboard famous ship

27th November 2019 |

Elm trees felled in Preston Park are making history aboard one of the world’s most famous ships. 

The trees had to be felled earlier this year after becoming infected with elm disease, but the salvaged wood has been used in … Read More

Brighton’s homeless registered to vote with the help of ACORN Community Union

27th November 2019 |

Members of community union ACORN have been taking to the streets to get homeless people, those in temporary housing and private renters registered to vote in the upcoming General Election.

ACORN members have been working across Brighton and … Read More