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Burning the Clocks – Brighton’s winter solstice festival returns

December 17, 2018 |

Burning the Clocks is a vibrant, festive, and unique community event that brings the whole city together to mark the longest night of the year. As the winter solstice plunges the city into the maximum hours of darkness, Brighton & … Read More

What’s on in Brighton? 30th November – 2nd December

November 29, 2018 |

The Christmas lights are up and as the weekend sweeps us into the festive month, Brighton has a variety of things you might want to do this weekend, read our top picks below!

 

Snailspace Farewell – Friday 30th November … Read More

Get Connected Over Coffee With ‘Table Talk’

November 5, 2018 |

In a mission to get people connected, members of One Church Brighton have come together to create Table Talk, an initiative which encourages people to create a warmer community by talking to one another in their local cafe.

 

In a … Read More

The Social Club for Social Good Launches in Brighton

November 1, 2018 |

Last Saturday saw the launch of a brand new membership organisation,The Social Society, which supports and promotes grassroots projects within Brighton. The society is made up and run by both online and offline members, with the common goal of giving … Read More

Brighton community thrived at Silent Disco Beach Clean!

October 29, 2018 |

Many Brighton residents gathered at the British Airways i360 this Sunday, 28th October to collect their litter grabbers and headphones for another silent disco beach clean! Families, friends and individuals alike who all care about our environment cleaned from West … Read More

“Its like family down here” Humans of Brighton – Meet Marcus, the Beard Grooming Expert

October 7, 2018 | 1

We are back with another edition of Humans of Brighton, the feature that focuses purely on individuals, community and the very best of people in our city.

Last week, Brighton Journal spoke to Lol about her views on Brighton, and … Read More

ONCA’s New Art Space – On Board a Brighton Barge!

September 4, 2018 |

This month ONCA will be opening their second space in the city as they take over a barge at Brighton Marina. Launching on 20th September, the barge will be a dedicated learning and community space that runs events and educational workshops … Read More

Brighton Bus Named After Rescued African Slave Boy

June 25, 2018 |

The inspiring life of an African slave boy accepted into the Brighton community in the 19th century recently resurfaced. The tale, which was uncovered due to the work of the Brighton and Hove Black History Group, has captured the hearts … Read More

Believe That: Interview With Inspiring Up-and-Coming Brighton Director

June 5, 2018 | 1

The short film centres around a group of local athletes with Down’s Syndrome

Born and bred Brightonian Caleb Yule is a brave young filmmaker. At just 20 years old, his project Believe That represents an ambitious stride.

His documentary will … Read More

Community Composting Scheme Fertile and Growing

January 25, 2018 |

The city’s latest community composting scheme has been unveiled at the Level.

The new scheme, set up by Brighton & Hove City Council and the Food Partnership, provides an opportunity for local people living near the park to compost their … Read More