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Brighton Journal | 20th February 2020

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“My Brightly Coloured Life” – Artist Of The Week Faye Bridgwater

15th September 2018 |

This week’s Brighton artist is Faye Bridgwater, the organiser of ‘MY BRIGHTLY COLOURED LIFE’ an art exhibition that opens today at the Fishing Quarter Gallery on the seafront. Faye will be exhibiting her work along with four other artists.

A … Read More

How to Help People Living Rough on the Streets In Brighton

13th November 2017 |

With the news that on in 69 people living in Brighton and Hove are either homeless or in a uncertain and unstable housing situation, and conflicting advice on how you, as an individual, should be responding to the violent rise … Read More

Over £100, 000 of Council Money Goes to Parks Project

6th November 2017 |

Just over £100,000 has been pledged to the parks of Brighton and Hove by the City’s Council in an effort to replace and repair children’s playgrounds and parks.

Parks of interest are to include Victoria Recreation Ground in Portslade which will … Read More

Creative Young Fun @ Hove Museum in Picture Time and Story Time Events

1st November 2017 |

Hove Museum, on New Church Road, is hosting a series of events that are sure to have your child’s creative juices flowing.

The events will centre around children in attendance having fun with craft materials, making picture and listening to a story in the … Read More

Whats On This Weekend? 22-23 September

22nd September 2017 |

Aside from the Annual Labour Party Conference, The Women’s Conference, and The World Transformed, 3 landmark political events that would have long been causes to circle dates this weekend on the calendars of those politically inclined and active Brightonians, there … Read More

Cassettes are Back!

14th October 2015 |


In recent years we have seen the re-emergence of Vinyl as one of the most popular ways to listen to music, and this was aided by the decision to bring the US based Record Store Day over to the … Read More

6 Best Places to watch the Rugby World Cup in Brighton

2nd October 2015 |

This is it. The crunch. Win or lose. Do or die – ok that’s pushing it a little but you get the picture. England have to turn over the Australians, number 3 in the world and one of our fiercest … Read More