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Brighton and Hove Artists Open House Festival announces dates for Christmas Season

November 12, 2018 |

Due to start on 24th November, hundreds of artists in Brighton and Hove will open their doors for three consecutive weekends, illuminating the exceptional creative talent the residents of our beautiful city have to offer. 

 

Artists choosing to participate … Read More

Hove lovebirds launch ‘name a seat’ in Brighton Dome competition

November 5, 2018 |

A charming story of a couple who met at Brighton Dome at a concert in 2015 has emerged this week, as the Hove lovebirds have launched a public competition to name a seat in the refurbished Corn Exchange or Studio … Read More

Police evacuate Hove station after ‘suspicious package’ found

November 1, 2018 |

British Transport Police were called to Hove station at around 9.30am this morning after a “suspicious package” was found on one of the platforms.

 

All trains from Hove station were cancelled, whilst scheduled trains were not allowed to stop … Read More

Hackathon event in Brighton targets gender inequality in the workplace

October 3, 2018 |

Brighton welcomes the hackathon known as SINC_HACK >17%. As part of the Brighton Digital Festival and Ada Lovelace Day, Sussex Innovation Centre will be hosting the free event to celebrate diversity in the workplace. Situated on the University of Sussex campus, the … Read More

Committee to consider safety in next phase of Valley Gardens project

October 2, 2018 |

The Brighton and Hove City Council will hold a public consultation to consider the design and develop safety in the Phase 3 area within the Valley Gardens project.

 

The existing area has the highest collision rate in the city, … Read More

Falmer Market Welcomes Sussex University Students to Campus

September 27, 2018 |

Ah freshers week! That iconic first week of university that welcomes new students to the city, often accompanied by a wave of hangovers. This week, the Brighton Journal team popped along to Sussex University’s Tuesday Market, to see whats on … Read More

Brighton Dome to Open It’s Doors Amidst Refurb For Heritage Open Day

September 14, 2018 |

The Brighton Dome is opening it’s doors to visitors keen to learn more about it’s rich history, as well as get a first hand look at it’s current redevelopment at their upcoming Heritage Day.

 

Judging by the support shown … Read More

Temporary Closure for Troublesome Brighton Flat

August 23, 2018 |

Sussex Police have said that a flat in Bristol Gardens, Brighton, associated with incidents of anti-social behaviour, disorder and reports of drug taking, has been temporarily shut down under a closure order.

This news comes after Police became aware of anti-social … Read More

Prince Charles to State Ignorance of Abusive Sussex Bishop’s Actions

July 20, 2018 |

Prince Charles was last month asked to give a statement at an inquest into the actions of a disgraced ex-Sussex and Gloucester bishop. Peter Ball was known to be an acquaintance of Prince Charles, exchanging several letters when Ball … Read More

Intense Rain and Thunder May Be About to End Brighton’s Dry Spell

July 18, 2018 |

The British attitude towards weather is a rather amusing one. We bemoan the seemingly incessant rain, but when it’s replaced by sunshine we then complain about being too hot. The weather gods truly can’t win.

This period of intense heat … Read More