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Brighton Journal | 23rd January 2020

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Will Brighton and Hove be car free by 2023?

17th January 2020 |

A proposal for a car free city centre by 2023 in Brighton and Hove made by Amy Heley, Green Party Councillor for Preston Park, will be debated and voted on this month.

On January 21, Brighton & Hove City Council … Read More

Council Warns Against Taking Part In Brighton’s Christmas Sea Swim Tradition

20th December 2019 |

A tradition that will see its 159th anniversary on Christmas Day this year is again raising major safety concerns with the Brighton & Hove City Council.

People head into the sea each year on December 25th for an ice … Read More

The best of Brighton on Instagram: 28th October – 4th November

5th November 2019 |

A new month is upon us, and before we wave goodbye to October (how quickly did it fly by?) let’s take a look back at the last week on Instagram.

Some of our lovely followers over on our Instagram page … Read More

The best of Brighton on Instagram: 21st – 28th October

28th October 2019 |

In the week running up to Halloween, you’ve been snapping away and capturing some beautiful shots over on Instagram. Here’s a round up of just some of the best that you’ve tagged us in during the past week, so have a … Read More

Waterstones to Open Hove Store

28th October 2019 |

Waterstones has announced the official opening date of its new bookshop in Hove.

The new branch will be one of two that will open in Sussex. Rustington Waterstones opened on the 26th of October. Waterstones will now have thirteen … Read More

Restaurant review: Brighton’s favourite Indian

11th October 2019 |

Any Brighton resident worth their salt has been to The Chilli Pickle; one of our premier Indian restaurants. It’s surrounded rather arbitrarily by the Jubilee Library, a leisure centre and Pizza Express (for now). So, with that notion in mind … Read More

Humans Of Brighton: Meet Marco

15th September 2019 |

This week we met up with Marco to ask the question: 

“What was your childhood dream?”

Co-written and photography by Danielle Hayward 

We found Marco between Krispy Kreme and Metro Bank just outside of Churchill Square as he was taking … Read More

Brighton’s darkest secrets and rebel nature

13th September 2019 |

Brighton has been boasted to be one of the happiest places in the UK in a recent survey However the Office for National Statistics argues it is about average for wellbeing. Perhaps this just relates to how we ask the … Read More

Humans Of Brighton: Meet Tomo

8th September 2019 |

This week we met up with Tomo to ask the question: 

“What was your childhood dream?”

Co-written by Danielle Quijada

Tomo, who is originally from Tokyo, Japan, had ambitions of becoming a veterinarian when she was younger. 

“I had thirteen … Read More

Plenty of positives as City hit four against the Seagulls

3rd September 2019 |

Saturday’s match against Manchester City was always going to be a difficult one for Graham Potter’s Brighton and Hove Albion as they suffered a 4-0 defeat, yet regardless of the result, there are a lot of positives to take away … Read More