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Brighton Journal | July 18, 2019

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Protesting Against Fracking – Brighton and Hove Friends of the Earth

October 20, 2015 |

For Charity Tuesday this week, the Brighton and Hove branch of Friends of the Earth are at the forefront of our weekly feature, with good reason as well. You may have seen them on the news for their protest outside … Read More

Be Brightonian

October 18, 2015 |

On the left we have Jo (38). Jo originates from Bedfordshire. She lives in Brighton to work as a nurse and moved here to be away from London. But just close enough to visit. She loves Brighton because of its shopping … Read More

Girls Who Code

October 16, 2015 |

In recent years there has been much talk about the benefits of learning to code. Coding has now become such a vital skill that they have introduced it into the national curriculum. For a long time, Women were at the … Read More

Photographer Removes Phones From His Images To Show How Addicted We’ve Become

October 12, 2015 |

Have you ever thought of how much time a day you spend looking at your phone? After all it has replaced so much in our lives; the watch, the camera, the phone, the alarm clock, the bank, our dating game, … Read More

Director Martin Stitt Said No to Hollywood

October 12, 2015 |

Martin Stitt is the writer and director of Psychodrama ‘Love/Me/Do’ which premiered, and was nominated for Best UK Feature at The Raindance Independent Film Festival earlier this year. ‘Love/Me/Do’ is his first full length film.

How did you get where … Read More

Be Brightonian

October 11, 2015 |


On the left we have Molly (18). Hailing from Brighton she loves Brighton because it’s so laid back and everyone is so interesting. She studies Art Foundation at City College. On the right there’s Imogen (18) and a Brighton native. … Read More

“I was like everyone else, hearing all these terrible things like ‘the illegals are coming into the country’ “

October 9, 2015 |

There has been a lot in the news recently about the refugee crisis in Calais, yet little about what we can do to help. Elaine Ortis is a local humanitarian who doesn’t just sit in her living room feeling sorry … Read More

T-Shirts as a Medium – Local Artist Explains it All

October 9, 2015 |

What’s the story behind the picture of you and Jade Johnson? A few years back I was commissioned to paint a portrait of former British athlete and star of Strictly Come Dancing Jade Johnson by a good mutual friend of … Read More

What would be a Ridiculous Present to give an Animal that Lived in the Woods?

October 8, 2015 |

Tell us about your book?

The book is called The Best Birthday Present Ever! and is published by Macmillan. It is about a Squirrel who is struggling to find a Birthday present for his best friend Bear. But more than … Read More

Typical Girls

October 8, 2015 |

This week in the pop-up shop in Gloucester Road is Typical Girls, a brand new print magazine, though it isn’t your typical magazine. Contributors in this issue include a circus performer who has travelled the world, and is still travelling, … Read More