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Brighton Journal | 26th May 2020

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Posts ByGeorgia Hansen, Author at Brighton Journal - Page 8 of 8

Cash Machine Fees in Residential Areas Hitting Low Income Families

6th December 2019 |

Those living in the more residential parts of Brighton have a higher chance of being forced to pay a fee for withdrawing money. In the heart of the city, cash machines rarely charge for withdrawal, with the extra fees mostly … Read More

The Perks of Charity Shopping

2nd December 2019 |

Charity shopping has many upsides. Whether you’re worried about breaking the bank, or trying to find a unique outfit, they’ll have what you need for cheap. Here are some of the main perks of buying from charity shops.

Festive Gift … Read More

Get Involved in the ‘Say Aphasia’ Bake Sale

29th November 2019 |

If your team at work is looking for a way to give back to those in need this festive season, then why not hold a bake sale in the name of Say Aphasia?

Aphasia is a condition that impacts approximately … Read More

Gigs of the week: 25th Nov – 1st Dec

25th November 2019 |

There are plenty of exciting gigs that promise to bring some musical joy to your week coming up in Brighton. The genres of these acts are completely varied so there’s something for everyone to enjoy! 

Featured image: © Dr Bluegrass … Read More

Bungaroosh: Big plans for this small sandwich shop

22nd November 2019 |

A new independent sandwich shop that goes by the name of Bungaroosh has opened up two minutes away from Preston Park in Brighton.

Currently, they serve coffee, sausage rolls, pizza bread, and various sweet treats alongside custom-made sandwiches. There … Read More

What’s on this Weekend: 22nd – 24th

21st November 2019 |

If you’re short of things to do this weekend, there are loads of events going on in Brighton to keep you entertained. No matter what you’re into, there are plenty of fun ways to spend your time throughout the city!

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