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Brighton Journal | 26th May 2020

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Beautiful staycation spots for your post-lockdown getaway

19th May 2020 |

With international travel a distant and unlikely prospect this year, holidaymakers will need to turn their attention to getaways closer to home. A staycation boom is on the horizon; once lockdown restrictions are lifted, Costa del Sol will be swapped … Read More

Book confessions of a readaholic

19th May 2020 |

“Books are easily destroyed. But words will live as long as people can remember them.”

– Tahereh Mafi, Unravel Me



Okay I have a confession… I used to dog-ear books *stifled screams*. With no bookmarks around it was … Read More

A new era for cyclists as government funding plans announced 

18th May 2020 |

There was some good news for cyclists recently, as the government and local authorities, including Brighton and Hove City Council, announced plans to invest heavily in infrastructure for cycling and walking. 

Written by Laura Ferguson 

The announcement was made by … Read More

What We Need to Know About Instagram’s IGTV

17th May 2020 |

Forget everything you think you know about social media platforms. Youtubers, Instagramers, and even old fashioned Facebook users recognise one thing: IGTV is a thing and yes, it’s here to stay. 

Written by Inês Ramos

To be (a fan) or … Read More

Covid-19: A step backwards for gender equality?

17th May 2020 |

The world will never be the same after Covid-19. It has exposed the cracks in our social, political and economic systems. The most pervasive of these cracks being discrimination against women, especially in a world where not a single country … Read More

Drive-in movies are set for a comeback

17th May 2020 |

A new social phenomenon could take place as the world enters a new phase of dealing with Covid-19. Event professionals propose that drive-in movie screenings could be brought back and undoubtedly with it, new product launches. The coronavirus pandemic has … Read More

Here’s why you should visit Peru in 2021

16th May 2020 |

Peru is the land of ancient Inca architecture, wild landscapes, colourful tradition and Paddington Bear. It is a country with a history and culture so vibrant that it overwhelms your senses and leaves a stamp on your heart. It is … Read More

How to maintain good mental health during Covid-19

16th May 2020 |

Written by Sila Kiss

It has been more than 40 days of people being in lockdown across the globe. People have to work from and live at home. In the crowded cities people are sharing the cost, so 5-6 foreign … Read More

May: Young adult book releases you need to know about

16th May 2020 |

“A room without books is like a body without a soul.”

– Marcus Tullius Cicero



YA (young adult), is a category of fiction written for readers from 12 to 18 years old.

While the genre is targeted to … Read More

Everything you need to know about Brighton Dome

15th May 2020 |

Situated in the heart of Brighton’s Cultural Quarter, it comes as no surprise that Brighton Dome is considered the cultural hub of this vibrant City. Brighton Dome has seen more events than your average arts venue, in fact there is … Read More