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Brighton Journal | 7th April 2020

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The best of Brighton on Instagram: 2nd – 9th December

10th December 2019 |

It’s that time of the week again! Christmas is just over two weeks away and preparations are well under way as things start to wind down before the holidays. The photos we’ve been tagged in during the past week have … Read More

Plans Approved for Open Air Pool on Brighton Seafront in 2020

9th December 2019 |

Plans for a 50m outdoor swimming pool have been brought forward by 5 years to transform Brighton seafront. Sea Lanes Brighton are accelerating their plans to open a 50m National Open Water Swimming Centre on Brighton seafront in 2020 following feedback … Read More

Brighton’s Big Lemon Getting Bigger!

16th September 2017 | 1

If you’ve not seen The Big Lemon’s yellow buses in and around Brighton yet, then you surely will soon! The local sustainable transport company recently won a bid for various bus routes within Brighton and Hove that were previously tendered … Read More

What’s On This Weekend? 15th – 17th September

15th September 2017 |

This weekend promises to be one packed full of potential activities and events across Brighton and Hove. Below are a few of our highlights that range from experiencing the frontiers of digital art to cheering on triathletes as they run, cycle, … Read More

40 Jobs To Be Created With Opening Of New Superdrug Store

26th July 2017 |

The opening of a new Superdrug store at Brighton Railway Station will see the creation of up to 40 brand new jobs.

Brighton may already have four Superdrugs of its own, including: Churchill Square, St James Street, London Road and … Read More

New Doctors’ Surgery Will Serve 12,000 Patients

14th July 2017 |

A new doctors’ surgery is in the works, with it being approved and set to serve 12,000 Brighton patients.

Brighton and Hove City Council and the NHS have joined forces in order to fund the project, intending to spend £1.6m on … Read More

A Musical About Southern Rail Strikes Is Coming to Brighton

5th April 2017 |

Months of strike action on Southern Rail services last year left hundreds of thousands of passengers in low spirits. Such low spirits, in fact, that one local theatre company is putting on an all-singing, all-dancing show about the transport company.

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First Look At New Brighton Fringe Venue

4th April 2017 |

Shiny Town – Brighton Fringe’s new venue, which will pop up in the Royal Pavilion gardens – has been revealed for the first time.

The venue is the newest of Brighton Fringe’s 155 performance spaces, which will be peppered throughout … Read More

Ben Marwood Set For Brighton Gig After Illness

31st March 2017 |

After three years off the road, Ben Marwood has found fun once again and will be performing in Brighton and Hove next week to kick off his comeback tour. It’ll be his first Brighton date since 2010.

A year-long illness … Read More

Brighton-born Author Takes Prestigious Children’s Book Award

31st March 2017 |

Brighton-born author Patrice Lawrence has taken one of this year’s Waterstones Children’s Book Prizes for her coming-of-age drama Orangeboy. She is this year’s winner of the Older Fiction category, as voted for by booksellers in Waterstones stores across the UK.

Set in contemporary … Read More