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Brighton Journal | 31st May 2020

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Posts ByKat Hoare, Author at Brighton Journal - Page 2 of 3

Trans student still hopeful for fertility treatment on the NHS

8th November 2019 |

Trans student still hopeful for future NHS fertility treatmentRead More

Brighton barber at the cutting edge

24th October 2019 |

Brighton barber at the cutting edgeRead More

Brighton woman demands whole year’s rent back from landlord

24th October 2019 |

Brighton resident, Andrea Player, presented a letter to her landlord requesting a full refund for her last 12 months’ rent. She argued that her property was unsafe to live in and demanded compensation for her discontent. 

Last Saturday, she led … Read More

Brighton hosts world’s most inclusive film festival

23rd October 2019 |

The world’s biggest learning disability film festival launches tonight in Brighton at the The Old Market.

The Oska Bright Film Festival is known as the most inclusive film festival ever. Tonight’s launch includes an appearance by disabled artist and filmmaker, … Read More

Brighton and Hove Thomas Cook shops hope to re-open in Hays Travel buyout

16th October 2019 |

Since the news last week that Hays Travel will be taking over 555 Thomas Cook shops and re-employing 2,500 retail staff throughout the UK, the two Thomas Cook shops in Church Road, Hove and North Street in Brighton are still … Read More

Artist of the week: Rachel Shorer

11th October 2019 |

Rachel Shorer is a writer and performance poet who lives in Hove. She’s currently finishing her first novel, The Peaceweaver’s Wordhoard, which is a retelling of Beowulf from a female perspective. Last year she toured her spoken word show 10 … Read More

Brighton author demands Government compensation on Windrush 70th anniversary

9th October 2019 |

Colin Grant, Brighton author & historian, has slammed the Government in a recent Guardian interview stating that he was “ashamed at the reckless and callous treatment of the most vulnerable members of the Windrush generation” and demands compensation. 

His … Read More

Urgent Gatwick mass meeting today for Thomas Cook workers with no pay

2nd October 2019 |

Urgent Gatwick mass meeting for Thomas Cook workers with no payRead More

From bankrupt to bling – Brighton Pride rises from debt to nearly £1 million in 8 years 

24th September 2019 | 2

Brighton Pride have just announced that they raised a massive total of £217,432 over Pride weekend during August 2019.  They hope to reach their £1 million target by 2020.  The proceeds are being distributed over a range of community projects … Read More

What the WOFFF is vlogging on in Lewes?

21st September 2019 |

Do you want to learn how to make a film on your smartphone or create a great vlog this weekend ? These are just a couple of the fun, innovative events going on as part of WOFFF the Women Over … Read More