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Brighton Journal | 7th April 2020

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Council grants up to £5000 available for community & voluntary groups aiding in COVID-19 crisis

30th March 2020 |

Community and voluntary organisations working to support the most vulnerable residents of Brighton & Hove will receive help from the council’s new Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency fund.

A total of £150,000 has been put forward by the council in an effort … Read More

‘Burning the Clocks’ Celebration Returns to Light up Brighton this Saturday

16th December 2019 |

Brighton will be a blaze of handmade lanterns this Saturday for the annual ‘Burning the Clocks’ celebration. 

Join in on the procession through the streets to take you on an out-of-this-world journey to the beach, where there will be a … Read More

Castaway Heritage: Refugee Radio Book Launch

13th December 2019 |

Refugee Radio are celebrating the launch of their third book, “Castaway Heritage: Refugee Radio” at Marwood Bar & Coffee House on the 19th December at 8pm. The book is a collection of interviews from refugees and asylum seekers that reveal … Read More

Artists with Invisible Disabilities Come Together for ‘Visability Arts’ Fair

11th December 2019 |

On the 14th of December, ‘Visability Arts’ will be hosting a winter fair. This will include the artwork made by people with invisible disabilities. The fair spreads awareness for those who are living with these disabilities. Whereas, usually they remain … Read More

Local councillor creates recycling guide to help residents recycle properly

17th October 2019 |

Elaine Hills, ward councillor for the Hanover and Elm Grove area, has created a recycling guide which will feature in the next issue of the Hanover Directory. 

Elaine created the guide in response to a lot of frustration and confusion … Read More

Burning the Clocks – Brighton’s winter solstice festival returns

17th December 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

29th November 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’

5th November 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

1st November 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!

29th October 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