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What’s on in Brighton: 7th-9th December

December 7, 2018 |

Brighton & Hove is now awash with Christmas events for people of all ages to enjoy this weekend. We have compiled a list of Christmas ideas for you to take part in with such as fun runs, markets, and a … Read More

Brighton to feature in Portillo’s Hidden History of Britain: Tomorrow 9pm

December 6, 2018 |

British journalist and former MP Michael Portillo travels to Sussex as part of the season finale of Portillo’s Hidden History of Britain. His exploration of the history of our city is titled ‘Brighton: A Seaside Escape’ and will air on … Read More

Brighton’s Burning the Clocks festival brings back ‘In Memory’ lanterns

December 5, 2018 |

Residents of Brighton and Hove will attend festivities for the 25th year of Burning the Clocks.

Brighton and Hove’s Burning the Clocks will offer ‘In Memory’ lanterns as part of their partnership with ARKA Original Funerals this year. The festival … Read More

£450k to help families impacted by alcohol in Brighton and Hove

December 5, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove will receive almost half a million pounds to fund a new support project to help young people affected by their parent’s alcohol dependency.

The city is one of nine areas in the country to have received their … Read More

Hove beach hut advent calendar opens doors for final year

December 5, 2018 |

Martin Poole reflects on the highlights of Beyond’s Hove beach hut advent calendar after ten years of success at Christmas time.

Hove’s annual beach hut advent calendar has opened its doors to the people of Brighton and Hove for one … Read More

Noisy neighbour crackdown with new out-of-hours service this weekend

December 4, 2018 | 1

A new service will be introduced in Brighton and Hove to follow up noisy neighbour complaints starting out-of-hours this weekend.

The Field Officers team currently operate on a daily basis between 12 noon and 8pm seven days a week.

Now, from … Read More

West Pier: Brighton’s Landmark In Pictures

December 4, 2018 |

West Pier in Brighton and Hove often features as the central focus for the work of many photographers.

The seaside scenery provides ample opportunity to encapsulate its unique quirks and characteristics within the city.

Despite West Pier’s gradual deterioration after … Read More

Brighton’s Theatre Royal children’s Christmas show has been announced!

December 4, 2018 |

Brighton’s Theatre Royal will be showing Nellie Limelight and the Oysters of Time to for young children and families to enjoy this Christmas and into some of the New Year. The children’s Christmas show is born from a longstanding tradition at the … Read More

‘Aren’t rules made to be broken?’ Artist of the Week: Alice Clarke

December 1, 2018 |

We explored the beginnings of graphic novel illustrator, Alice Clarke, and discussed her youth, her crowdsourced project, and challenges facing the graphic novel industry today.

Alice spent the first decade of her life in Brighton, and decided from a young … Read More

Kemptown MP makes history announcing he is HIV positive in parliament

November 30, 2018 |

Lloyd Russell-Moyle announced he is HIV positive in the House of Commons during a debate on public health in parliament yesterday. The Kemptown MP’s brave speech made him the first to reveal he is living with the illness inside parliamentary … Read More