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Brighton Journal | 25th January 2020

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Do you need help spreading the word about your business?

11th July 2019 |

We have a strong bond with the local community here at Brighton Journal – it’s at the forefront of everything we do. And that ethos extends to local businesses, after all, we’re a local enterprise ourselves. We work closely alongside … Read More

Winter Street Food and Makers Market brings festive spirit to Brighton this Sunday!

23rd November 2018 |

Calling all creatives, foodies, and shoppers alike! The first Christmas Market of the festive season is opening at the Brighton Open Market this Sunday (November 25) to welcome the one month countdown to the big day!


This Sunday, the … Read More

Green Pride Protestival Coming to Brighton This Weekend

17th July 2018 |

Brighton will be hosting another year of its annual Green Pride protestival. The event is perpetually gaining more popularity as it reaches its fifth year.

The event, hosted by Brighton Cannabis Club and sponsored by Green Pride, has seen an … Read More

Vegan Cafe Replaces a Former Butchers Shop in Brighton

10th July 2018 | 1

Veganism is soaring worldwide. Increasing concerns about the environment, animal welfare and our own personal health have spurred a dramatic shift. Also, with the increased range, and decreasing cost, of vegan products, it’s easier than ever to make the change. … Read More

Showcase Your Photography in BBC Sussex’s Summer Photo Competition

4th July 2018 | 1

Sussex has so much to see, from amazing national parks, quaint towns and gorgeous seaside locations, frequented by many eccentric individuals. Anyone who has explored this diverse, beautiful county, will have at some time taken some snaps of their marvellous … Read More

Brighthelm Centre Set for Huge Christmas Market that Promises to be Paper Daisy Events’ Biggest and Best Fair of the Year!

30th November 2017 |

We know we don’t have to tell you how important we think it is that Brighton locals support local businesses. We believe that if we collectively turn away from multinational organisations and towards those wonderful and talented makers and traders … Read More

Final Preparations in Place For 48th Annual Burgess Hill Bonfire Society Procession This Weekend

20th September 2017 |

We are just over two away from Burgess Hill’s biggest free event! The Burgess Hill Bonfire Society is gearing up to celebrate the 48th iteration of this annual event.

Roads in the town will be closed from 6pm prior to the … Read More

Fresh Seasonal Food Is The Way Forward

7th September 2017 |

A Share of The Crop is a Brighton Food delivery service created by Kevin McGarry, his wife Joanne and their children.

The family are committed to bringing the people of Brighton fresh, local seasonal food, and to supporting local farmers and … Read More

Family Business To Close Its City Centre Store

26th July 2017 |

Pullingers has been a staple in the North Laine shopping district for over thirty years and now the closure of its city centre store on Bond Street is marking the end of an era.

As one of Brighton’s longest established shops, … Read More

What’s In Season? Local Organic Food!

24th July 2017 |

July/August is the height of summer which means a whole set of fruit and vegetables that are in season. Here is your list of in season foods:

  • Apricot
  • Basil
  • Broad Bean
  • Carrot
  • Celery
  • Broccoli
  • Courgette
  • Garlic
  • Fennel
  • Aubergine
  • Mangetout
  • Read More