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Brighton Journal | 7th December 2019

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Brighton and Hove Public Health Team call for those with experience of self-harm to help them help others

17th November 2017 |

To better understand self-harm in children and young people in the city, and to assess whether the current services are meeting the needs of local people, the Brighton and Hove Public Health Team have launched a survey aiming to glean first-hand insight … Read More

What’s On This Weekend? 17-19th Nov

17th November 2017 |

Christmas Market @ Jubilee Square – Friday 17th November up until Christmas

Proudly returning for their 8th Christmas Market in Brighton, this year organisers are making lots of changes at Jubilee Square with 22 exciting and creative stallholders, snow machines and for the first … Read More

‘CHALK’ – Sussex University Graduate Film – Celebrated at Brighton’s CINECITY Film Festival

16th November 2017 |

Following the screening of her film at the CINECITY film festival being held here in Brighton, I spoke to filmmaker Lauren Jupp about the project, her time living and studying in Brighton, how she felt the screening went, and what’s … Read More

Win A Wine Tasting For You and Eight Friends!

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To celebrate their new website going live, The Brighton Wine Co. are giving away a fantastic wine experience that you won’t want to miss.

If you turn out to be the lucky winner, Chris Orr, managing director of The Brighton … Read More

Brightonians Turn Their Backs On £1m Jackpots as 1 in 4 Dream of Just £20k Win

16th November 2017 |

The life of a jackpot millionaire is often hailed as one of the most sought after, full of endless supplies of Bollinger and caviar, sports cars, and private island-hopping. However, Lottoz, the new global lottery platform, has found that … Read More

Tis’ The Season For Brighton to be Illuminated as Festive Celebrations Start Tonight

16th November 2017 |

This will split the readership I’m sure, but Brighton’s Christmas lights are to be switched on tonight in a celebration that marks the start of Christmas cheer for many, and the start of Bah-Humbug-season for others.

From 17.15 Brighton city centre … Read More

Brighton and Hove Mental Health Project Gives Free Advice to Those in Need

16th November 2017 |

Recently issues surrounding mental health and emotional wellbeing have been given the prominence and attention that they deserve, but many are still unsure and confused regarding the intricacies of mental health issues, how to identify them, and how best to deal … Read More

Migrant Lives Matter – All Day Event Celebrates All Things Migration

15th November 2017 |

University of Sussex School of Global Studies presents an all day celebration of migration featuring music, film, pop up art installations, comedy, food and thought provoking talks and workshops.

The line up includes special guests comedian Juliet Meyers and author … Read More

Sussex Economic Forum’s 2017 Business Conference Just Around Corner

15th November 2017 |

Sussex`s economic growth and development will be the main subject matter of the conference and will see many high-profile keynote speakers on the panels to include economists, politicians, local government bodies, public-private partnerships, universities and more. Attending delegates will comprise … Read More

Council Leader Calls for A Budget to End Local Government Austerity in Open Letter to Sajid Javid MP

15th November 2017 |

Cllr Warren Morgan, leader of the council, has called for an end to local government austerity saying local authorities are close to breaking point. Cllr Morgan has written to Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, to … Read More