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Brighton Journal | 23rd November 2019

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Free Music Workshops for Young People with Professional Artists

27th October 2017 |

Are you a young person looking for a way of expressing yourself? Do you love playing music but have no one to play with? Do you have a budding musician at home that needs a little bit of guidance, and … Read More

Local Non-Profits and Community Initiatives to be showcased on Juice 107.2’s ‘Spirit of the City’

26th October 2017 |

If you work within a local non-profit organisation, or know someone that does, then you’ll know how important it is to get your message and mission to as many people as possible. You’ll also know that without the comparatively deep … Read More

Want To Be A Drone Pilot?

26th October 2017 |

Have you ever fancied yourself as a professional drone operator? Have you been impressed the kinds of footage that drones are being used to capture and wanted to find out how it’s done? This new and expanding field of drone aviation would … Read More

Pop-Up Halloween Show Opens Tonight!

26th October 2017 |

Following our piece on the new pop-up art gallery and maker space ‘LAB’, which is working with local artists to bring an array of exhibitions over the next 3 months that highlight the extraordinary creativity of our city and the lovely people … Read More

Brighton’s Royal Pavillion Deemed ‘At Risk’ by Assesors

26th October 2017 |

Brighton’s very own Royal Pavilion Garden, which surrounds the John Nash-designed Royal Pavilion has been deemed ‘at risk’ by assessors at Historic England.

The grounds surrounding the pleasure palace built for the future King George IV have been identified on … Read More

Greens and local campaigners call for a ‘plastic free’ city

25th October 2017 |

Greens urge Council to ‘go plastic free’ and encourage traders, residents and businesses to do the same in a bid to reduce damage plastic waste causes the environment and public health

The Green Group of Councillors and local campaigners are calling … Read More

Brighton’s Madeira Terraces Host to Over 100 Species Growing on Oldest & Longest Green Wall in Europe!

25th October 2017 |

A hotbed of Victorian invention, Madeira Drive’s history has seen piers, an aquarium, an electric railway and ‘Daddy Longlegs seagoing car’, the first speedway and the ‘famous sheltered walk’ – Madeira Terrace. Well, in amongst all that, 150 years ago, … Read More

Children’s Artwork Wanted for Brighton Fringe 2018 Family Guide Cover

25th October 2017 |

Children of Brighton and Hove are being called on to design the 2018 Brighton Fringe Family Guide cover.

Brighton’s acclaimed arts festival, which takes place next May, is sending out the challenge to all children under 11 who fancy giving this … Read More

Open Call: 3x £6,400 Photography Commissions for Brighton’s Major Hospital Redevelopment

25th October 2017 |

Do you fancy yourself as photographer? Want to boost your exposure? Are you looking for the next big break in your visual arts career?

In partnership with Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, Photoworks, Willis Newson, and the University … Read More

Southern Railway Staff to Vote on Deal to End Driver-only Trains Dispute

24th October 2017 |

Train drivers on Southern Railway will start voting on whether to accept a proposed deal to end their long dispute over driver-only trains.

Ballot papers are being sent out to members of Aslef, Britain’s trade union of train drivers, with a … Read More