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Saturday, February 24, 2024
Brighton museum are giving everyone free entry this weekend to celebrate Valentine's day. Visitors will have the opportunity to make a Valentine’s card , listen pop-up talks and discover love stories from the museums collections in Museum Lab. The museum will be open from 10am to 4pm. If you're looking for something to do on...
Brighton & Hove based Martlets Hospice is now accepting The Charity Shop Gift Card - the first nationally accepted, multi-retailer gift card that can be spent exclusively in charity shops.The Charity Shop Gift Card is being sold and accepted in Martlets’ eight shops across Brighton, Hove and the Havens. The Charity Shop...
As soon as you step out of the car park, the stunning panorama of lush rolling hills and patchy yellow and green fields unfolds in front of you. Situated just a few miles North of Brighton, Devil's Dyke definitely is one of the must-sees in the area. So, put...
A free community-run library of things opens in Brighton Open Market. Much like a book library, a library of things stocks items which people can borrow for a short period before returning them for others to use. Things that are particularly suited for borrowing are items that take up a...
As we make our way further into 2021, the summer months are fast approaching. With that comes the kids off school and the realisation that, as a parent, you need to begin planning fun activities to fill the time!   Following a challenging twelve months for us all, the prospect of heading off on holiday in...
December 28 2022 marks 100 years since the birth of the world’s most famous comic book writer: the late Stan Lee. The 1960s were Stan Lee’s most astonishing decade, during which he came up with ideas and scripts for the first appearances of such heroes as the original X-Men, Iron...
By Devyani Prabhat, University of Bristol A group of lawyers found that at least 464 people have had their citizenship removed by the government over the last 15 years. They pieced together the data using freedom of information requests and other publications – a challenge, because the Home Office does...
By Manal Mohammed, University of Westminster For decades fermentation was used to preserve foods, enhance shelf life, and improve flavour. But many people are not aware about the health benefits of fermented food. Fermented foods are generally defined as “foods or beverages produced through controlled microbial growth, and the conversion of...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local painter Tiffany Lynch. Tiffany's paintings capture landscapes, cityscapes and coastlines while exploring the movement of light and colour. Her work has been exhibited at group shows at ONCA, the RA and Saatchi Gallery. Tiffany was also the winner of the Habitat Brighton...
With Father's Day set to be socially distanced this year, there has never been a better time to find and send your Dad an extra special gift to let him know you're thinking of him.   This Father’s Day (June 21st 2020), more people than ever will be shopping online for...