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Brighton Journal | September 16, 2019

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Brighton Venue Saved After Community Campaign

January 10, 2017 |

The Caroline of Brunswick pub on Ditchling Road will remain a venue from comedy and music, after its owner agreed to lease the pub to its current management for a further five years.

It had been feared that the owners … Read More

‘9 Year Old’s’ Letter to Southern Rail Goes Viral

January 10, 2017 |

A letter to Southern Rail, apparently written by a Hove schoolboy, has gone viral, after being shared by his father on Twitter. In the email, Frankie Cottrell appears to complain that his parents are often late back from work, … Read More

Prime Minister Praises Local Charity

January 4, 2017 |

Rockinghorse Children’s Charity has received a letter from Theresa May, wishing it success in its Golden Jubilee year.

The charity, which raises money to improve medical care for children and babies, is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2017, having been … Read More

Sussex Students Hit Back at Daily Mail Inaccuracies

January 3, 2017 |

The University of Sussex Students’ Union have released a statement correcting the Daily Mail‘s inaccurate reporting  of their new ‘gender inclusive language policy’.

The Mail incorrectly wrote that the students’ union had “banned” the use of the words ‘he’ and ‘she’ from … Read More

Historic Pub Saved by Brighton Brewery

January 3, 2017 |

A 200-year-old pub is to remain open, after being taken over by local brewery Brighton Bier. 

The Brighton Bierhaus will be the company’s first pub in  the city and is expected to open in early 2017.

The new pub will replace … Read More

Plans to Extend Brighton’s Historic Lanes

December 30, 2016 |

There are plans to extend Brighton’s famous shopping area with a new Lane following a £14 million investment.

European property investment giant  Redevco has spent £14 million on a number of properties in East Street.

This follows their purchase of the Hanningtons Estate … Read More

Drama School to Open in Brighton

December 28, 2016 |

A new drama school will be opening in the centre of Brighton and accepting its first students from September 2017. The Brighton Institute for Contemporary Theatre Training will be the first of its kind in the city, offering a … Read More

‘Pay What You Feel’ for Waste Christmas Food

December 28, 2016 |

Brighton’s Real Junk Food Project is offering you the chance to ‘pay what you feel’ for a haul of food which would otherwise have been thrown away.

The project intercepts ‘waste’ food from supermarkets, shops and wholesalers, normally cooking it up … Read More

Burning the Clocks, Winter Solstice 2016

December 23, 2016 |

Brighton has once again celebrated the Winter Solstice in its own unique way.

The centre of Brighton was packed for the annual Burning the Clocks, celebrating the shortest day of the year.

Over 2,000 people took part in the processions and … Read More