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Brighton Journal | September 17, 2019

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Humans of Brighton – Hannah the Embalmer!

March 6, 2016 |

Sunshine spilled onto Gardner Street as I spoke to Hannah about her interest in preserving the dead, but if one of the few grey clouds of the day happened to wander in front of the winter sun during our interview, … Read More

Filmmaker Celebrates Brighton’s Local Musicians – Brightunes – Interview

March 4, 2016 |

Hi, who are you? I’m Pilar, I’m a music composer, music teacher and filmmaker.

What is Brightunes? Brightunes is a way to show people around the world, through the internet, how many amazing musicians are in Brighton, and how much talent is … Read More

Brightonians Raise Money for Two New Big Lemons

February 24, 2016 |

You don’t have to be in Brighton for very long before you spot The Big Lemon, the bright yellow bus that runs on zero-emissions. A few weeks ago, The Big Lemon set out at trying to raise funds to continue … Read More

The EU Referendum: Where Our MPs Stand

February 23, 2016 |

Yesterday David Cameron addressed the Commons hoping to persuade MPs in all parties to support his new deal for the UK in the European Union. We all know where our Prime Minister stands and if you have been following the … Read More

Charity Tuesday: Grace Eyre

February 16, 2016 |

This week for Charity Tuesday we are featuring Grace Eyre. Grace Eyre support those with learning disabilities and/or mental health needs in and around Brighton and Lambeth ‘to enjoy personal freedom, be respected for their contribution and be treated as … Read More

‘It is an attraction that has to be seen to be believed’

February 14, 2016 |

Next weekend the Brighton Centre will play host to the annual Modelworld Exhibition. Thousands of models will be on show, turning the centre into a treasure trove railways, aeroplanes, Doll Houses, Daleks and many more. Originally starting out as a … Read More

Sunday Brighton Street Style

February 10, 2016 |
  • Sunday is known for being the day of rest. So we went on the hunt to discover whether the day of rest truly applies or even affects our fellow Brightonians fashion wise. It turns out that the prospect of … Read More

Rockinghorse Helping Sick Children and Babies

February 9, 2016 |

This week for Charity Tuesday we are featuring a very important charity called Rockinghorse. Rockinghorse was set up in 1967 by Dr Trevor Mann who recognised there was a real need for additional resources to improve healthcare services for sick … Read More

Passion Goes a Long Way – Harry Dyer Cafe Owner in Hove

February 7, 2016 |

Hove resident Harry Dyer is a passionate man for a lot of things, one of them being food and good coffee. He recently opened a cozy modern cafe in Hove called V&H on Holland Road. We managed to get a … Read More

‘The sooner our government becomes more diverse, the better’

February 4, 2016 |

Kitty Underhill is an actress, model, TV show panellist and your new feminist icon. Seen on The Rosies, the feminist chat show on Brighton’s Latest TV as well as in the incredible Neon Moon modelling campaign. Bjournal spoke to Kitty … Read More