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Brighton Journal | 3rd April 2020

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Good News! Empty Council Buildings to Be Opened to Brighton’s Homeless

30th January 2017 |

Vacant City Council buildings can now be opened as temporary homeless shelters thanks to a motion passed by Brighton and Hove City Council last Friday (January 26). The move, which is similar to schemes run in Manchester and Bristol, is part … Read More

Brighton Unites After Beloved Catnapped Pet is Found Dead

30th January 2017 |

Mr Cheeky, the ginger tom who united the people of Brighton and Hove in a cat search when he was kidnapped in December, passed away this Saturday (January 28).  Over the past seven weeks and six days, hundreds of people … Read More

More Brighton Residents Sign Anti-Trump Petition than Any Other Region

30th January 2017 |

An petition protesting US President Donald Trump’s controversial new immigration rules is more popular in Brighton Pavilion than anywhere else in the UK.

The petition, which calls on the Queen to cancel a proposed State visit by the newly elected … Read More

10,000 Sign to Save The Sussex Beacon

30th January 2017 |

10,000 people have signed a petition to support a local charity, after it was threatened with closure.

Last year Brighton based HIV charity The Sussex Beacon revealed it may have to close services, including its ten bed inpatient unit, following … Read More

Here’s How to Get Free Wifi on Brighton’s Buses

29th January 2017 |

Brighton and Hove Bus Company have announced that they will be providing free WiFi on all routes from February 2017.

The service had previously been limited to routes 1, 5, 6, 7, 12, 25, 28, 29 and 77.

There are no … Read More

IKEA Coming to Sussex

26th January 2017 |

IKEA is coming to Sussex as part of £150 million development announced by Brighton & Hove Albion on land to the north of the club’s training ground at Lancing.

Plans include 600 new homes, a school, community centre and … Read More

Community Comes Together To Save Charity From ‘Screeching’ Laptop

24th January 2017 |

Brighton based music charity Rhythmix are paying homage to the attendees of a funding event who stepped in to help them after their IT equipment became too outdated to use.

Brighton Soup describes itself as “a fun, community, Dragon’s Den” … Read More

Someone Has Created A Map of Brighton’s Secret Underground Tunnels

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A group of Brighton residents are working together to create a map of the city’s underground tunnels and vaults.

The self-described group of “enthusiastic explorers” say that they are researching Brighton’s long lost underground.

They aim to delve deep beneath … Read More

Caroline Lucas’s Plans For Sex Education Scuppered by Tories

23rd January 2017 |

MP for Brighton Pavilion Caroline Lucas has accused Conservative MPs of filibustering a bill which would make Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) compulsory in all schools across England and Wales.

The bill would force state-funded Academies and Free Schools, … Read More

Photos: St Peter’s Church Tower Revealed After Restoration

23rd January 2017 |

Scaffolding has come down comes down on Brighton’s iconic St Peter’s Church, concluding the first phase of the £1.7m works to the church and revealing the top of its restored tower.

The balustrade and pinnacles have been rebuilt from … Read More