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Brighton Journal | 14th December 2019

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What’s on in Brighton? 20th July – 22nd July

19th July 2018 |

With the World Cup and Wimbledon now both concluded, you might be feeling lost on what to do with all this free time. Here is a selection of events in Brighton to meet all those post World Cup blues!

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Council Investigating Graffiti Damage to Grade 2 Listed Building

24th January 2018 |

A huge graffiti mural which has been sprayed on the side of a charity’s Grade 2 listed building in Brighton has sparked a council investigation.

The image appears on the end wall of the Percy and Wagner almshouses in Lewes … Read More

Ex-Sports Coach To Face Trial Over Alleged Non-Recent Child Sex Offences In Sussex

22nd January 2018 |

An ex-sports coach has been sent for trial accused of sexually assaulting young boys in Brighton and West Sussex between 24 and 38 years ago.

Michael James Green, 74, of no fixed address, appeared in custody at Lewes Crown Court … Read More

New Images Emerge Of Historic Quaker Burial Ground Beneath Royal Pavilion Estate

20th July 2017 |

New images have shed light on the historic Quaker burial ground that was discovered on the site of the Royal Pavilion Estate under Brighton’s Corn Exchange.

The burial site was discovered earlier this month during redevelopment work taking place at … Read More

7 historic Brighton women you should already know

9th March 2016 |

To continue yesterday’s International Women’s Day celebrations, here are seven wondrous women you should know:

1. Dr. Helen Boyle

Co-founder of the now ubiquitous mental health charity – Mind – and the first female mental health GP on the ward … Read More