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Brighton Journal | 4th April 2020

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Meet Emily Kirby

22nd March 2020 |

Emily Kirby‘s paintings focus mainly on the study of people and wildlife. Her exploration of colour and texture is very much part of her creative magic. Beautiful and bold with a collage feel, her work draws from her Zambian roots … Read More

Local gallery ‘artrepublic’ offering virtual tours for people in isolation

20th March 2020 |

If you’re stuck in isolation, you can now book a virtual tour of the local artrepublic gallery to see some beautiful contemporary art from the comfort of your own home. The gallery is host to one of the most sizeable … Read More

Top tips for rising to the challenge of remote team working

19th March 2020 |

The threat posed by the coronavirus is forcing a lot of business leaders to face their fears about managing change in their organisations. Despite the technology for live virtual meetings being around for at least a decade, until … Read More

Breaking News: Kemptown & Peacehaven MP Tests Positive for COVID-19

18th March 2020 |

Lloyd Russell-Moyle, the Labour MP for Kemptown and Peacehaven, has confirmed on social media that he has tested positive for COVID-19. 

He says he immediately self isolated after feeling symptoms of coronavirus on Wednesday of last week and called 111 … Read More

ACORN Union launches Covid-19 support team

18th March 2020 |

ACORN Community Union Brighton has launched a community support network in response to the coronavirus outbreak. 

Local volunteers will be providing support to those who are having to self-isolate, especially those in elderly and vulnerable groups who may have to … Read More

George Street getting a facelift

18th March 2020 |

Two weeks of work began on Monday to improve George Street in Hove, with the hope of making it a safer and more attractive environment for residents. 

The work, which includes replacing benches and planters as well as removing bollards, … Read More

Coronavirus is accelerating a culture of no touching – here’s why that’s a problem

18th March 2020 |

Cathrine Jansson-Boyd, Anglia Ruskin University

Touch has profound benefits for human beings. But over the last few decades, people have become increasingly cautious about socially touching others for a range of reasons. With the novel coronavirus spreading, this is bound … Read More

Brighton Festival cancelled for the first time in its 53-year history

18th March 2020 |

Brighton Festival 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis, it has been announced today.

Following the latest government advice regarding social distancing measures, and because the peak of the epidemic in the UK is projected to … Read More

Blatchington Mill School to shut for one month

17th March 2020 |

Blatchington Mill School is the one of the first secondary school in Brighton and Hove to announce it will close from the end of school today due to the Corona virus Covid-19. Students will finish this afternoon and then not … Read More

Sussex cricketer Jofra Archer wins sportsman of the year at BEDSAs

17th March 2020 |

Sussex CCC’s Jofra Archer has won the ‘Sportsman of the Year’ award at the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards that were held in London over the weekend.

Fast-bowler Archer enjoyed a breakthrough season for England in 2019, in which he … Read More