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Brighton Journal | 27th February 2020

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100 Tails Of Us: Immersive and Interactive Show Full of Wonder and Exploration Comes to Theatre Royal This Christmas

23rd November 2017 |

Young children and their families are in for a treat this Christmas as they follow this funny and enchanting story around hidden parts of Theatre Royal Brighton.

Deep within the Theatre a son and daughter of two different … Read More

Brighton Dome to Host Eurovision: You Decide 2018

23rd November 2017 |

BBC Two, BBC Studios and BBC Music have today announced that Eurovision: You Decide, the national song selection show for the UK entry, will take place on Wednesday 7 February 2018, live from the world-famous Brighton Dome, the … Read More

Councillors Debate Tougher Approach to Anti-Social Behaviour

22nd November 2017 |

The city council is set to launch a ‘two strikes and you’re out’ approach to tackling the city’s on-going anti-social behaviour problem.

Anyone, including businesses, who commits an offence like playing loud music, dumping rubbish in gardens or regularly repairing … Read More

New Role to Bring Council Services Out to the Community

22nd November 2017 |

A new role bringing council services out to the city’s communities seven days a week is proposed to start next spring.

The final elements to introducing the new Field Officer role are being discussed at the Neighbourhoods, Inclusion, Communities and … Read More

Better Justice! How Getting Together Can Help

22nd November 2017 |

City residents are being given the chance to discover how bringing together victims of crime and those responsible can help repair the harm done.

Brighton & Hove City Council is holding a special event to explain ‘restorative justice’ and the … Read More

Council Plans Unveiled for New Public Square and Extended Green Space Between St Peter’s Church and the Royal Pavilion

22nd November 2017 |

More green space and more green traffic lights are among ambitions for a radical revamp of the central valley through Brighton.

Detailed designs for the city’s Valley Gardens project go before councillors for what could be final approval next week.

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16ft ‘Treecycle’ Christmas Tree At St Peter’s Church Marks Start of Collaboration Between Brighton Fringe and the Finish Institute

21st November 2017 |

Brighton Fringe, in collaboration with the Finnish Institute in London, celebrated the start of the Festive season with the unveiling of ‘Treecycle’. The 16ft tall Christmas Tree was decorated by Ilona Valkonen, a member of the Finnish ‘anarchist florist’ art group … Read More

Anonymous ‘Save Our Schools’ Survey Finds Out The Real-Terms Impact of £2.8bn Govt Budget Cuts

21st November 2017 |

Save Our Schools, a parent-led campaign group opposed to funding cuts to schools in the UK, have released an assessment of the impact of school funding cuts in Brighton and Hove.

Their findings came from local schools themselves, who responded … Read More

‘Millennial’ Railcards for 26-30 Year Olds Expected to be Announced in Tomorrow’s Budget

21st November 2017 |

A new ‘millennial’ railcard that could save 26-30 year olds hundreds of pounds a year is expected to be announced in tomorrow’s budget. The move is sure to provide those living in Brighton with much needed financial respite and allow locals … Read More

D.I.Y Art Market to Showcase Over 80 Local Emerging Artists, Potters, Sculptors, Jewellers, and Publishers

21st November 2017 |

D.I.Y. Art Market, brings together a community of creatives and provides visitors the opportunity to discover and take home unique pieces that include – art prints, ceramics, zines, independent publications, risograph prints, lo-fi sculptures, jewellery, sewn items, screen prints, and … Read More