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Brighton Journal | 19th November 2019

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Felled Elm Trees in ‘At Risk’ Stanmer Park Given New Lease of Life in £3.8m Project

7th November 2017 |

Elm trees felled in Brighton & Hove following infection with elm disease are being given a new lease of life.

The elms from Preston Park are being made into timber planks which will eventually be used to clad a new … Read More

Gigs of the Week: 6 Nov – 12 Nov

6th November 2017 |

Monday 6 November

John Joseph Brill @ The Prince Albert

John Joseph Brill releases new single ‘I’m Not Alright’ through Kobalt on February 24th. Taken from the EP of the same title, which will be released in Spring 2017, ‘I’m … 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

Last Day to Apply for Secondary Schools in Brighton and Hove

31st October 2017 |

If you’ve not yet applied to a secondary school in Brighton and Hove for your child then today is your last chance!

There is a range of great secondary schools right across the city, and though the application process is … Read More

Greens and local campaigners call for a ‘plastic free’ city

25th October 2017 |

Greens urge Council to ‘go plastic free’ and encourage traders, residents and businesses to do the same in a bid to reduce damage plastic waste causes the environment and public health

The Green Group of Councillors and local campaigners are calling … Read More

North Street Closure

18th September 2017 |

An eight week program of scheduled repairs is underway on Brighton’s North St. A central artery for traffic moving across town in between Hove and Kemptown, the closure is expected to disrupt public transport links, diverting buses down to the … Read More

Exploring the First New Cinema for Hove in 40 Years

14th February 2017 |

TOM’s film club is the first new cinema in Hove since the 1970s, so it’s a pretty big deal. It was set up by Steve McNicholas, the owner of the Upper Market Street venue at the Old Market in Hove, last … Read More

Be Brightonian

13th December 2015 |

Here we have Ellie, age 26. She hails from South Wales, moved to Brighton to study and now works at Music College. Her favourite thing about the city is the music scene and the fact that there are always … Read More

Bore Draw as Albion Still Lead by Four

26th October 2015 |

Brighton & Hove Albion had to settle for a point in a drab affair with Preston North End, which saw more yellow cards than shots on target, as neither side managed to break the deadlock.

The 0-0 stalemate was Brighton’s … Read More

Be Brightonian

18th October 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