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“There’s nothing I’d change about Brighton” – Meet Emily

November 18, 2018 |

For this week’s edition of Humans of Brighton, we chatted to Emily Diamond, a sculptor studying in Brighton, about what she thinks of the city and whether or not it’s her forever place.

 

Hi Emily! What do you do?

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Human Passion: Brighton teacher fights refugee crisis with free education

November 15, 2018 |

Last year Brighton Journal caught up with the wonderful Kate McAllister, the co-founder of Crisis Classroom, a Brighton-based charity that offers free education to anyone fleeing from crises. 

 

It has now been 4 years since Kate first responded to … Read More

Humans of Brighton – Meet Erin, the graphic art entrepeneur

November 11, 2018 |

Brighton Journal caught up with the lovely Erin for this week’s feature of Humans on Brighton, an undergraduate art student who had popped down to Brighton for the weekend.Read More

Brighton Residents Amongst Friendliest in The Country

November 5, 2018 |

As we all know, Brighton is an amazing place to live – from amazing people and a relaxed atmosphere, to great events and a gorgeous beach, this city ticks all the boxes. However, a recent poll has confirmed what we … Read More

“There’s nothing quite like Brighton people” Humans of Brighton – Meet Emily

November 4, 2018 |

The Brighton Journal team set out this week to find another alluring Human of Brighton. We were lucky enough to meet the lovely, smiling Emily, who has just finished her degree at UEA in Norwich and reflected on coming back … Read More

Humans of Brighton – Meet Julia from New Zealand

October 28, 2018 |

Here at Brighton Journal we love to provide a focus on interesting and unique people in the city. For this week’s edition of Human’s of Brighton, we wandered through one of our favourite spots to stumble across exciting people to … Read More

“Female comedians are definitely marginalised” – An Interview With Edinburgh Fringe ‘Best Newcomer’ Nominee, Maisie Adam

October 24, 2018 |

With a ‘Best Newcomer’ nomination from both Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe and a ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ win under her belt, there’s no doubt that Maisie Adam is making a name for herself on the comedy scene, despite having … Read More

“The city feels so electric” Humans of Brighton: Meet Jacky and Suki the Schnauzer

October 21, 2018 |

Brighton Journal is back with another edition of Humans of Brighton, the feature that focuses entirely on interesting and unique people in the city.  This Sunday, we caught up with Jacky, an English teacher, walking her miniature schnauzer, Suki, along the … Read More

Disco Pete: Brighton’s most loved raver retires to nursing home

October 15, 2018 | 10

 

Brighton’s favourite dancer and much loved public figure, Peter Turner, famously known as ‘Disco Pete’ has sadly had to hang up his disco dancing shoes as he enters full time care in an East Sussex nursing home.

 

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“Brighton feels so alive” Humans of Brighton – Meet Chloe

October 14, 2018 |

Humans of Brighton returns this Sunday with a wonderful feature of Chloe from London, a University of Sussex student who shared her feelings of nostalgia, remembering her first weeks in Brighton.

We caught up with Chloe on her last day … Read More