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Thursday, August 5, 2021
Though summer is over, there are still plenty of events going on in Brighton every weekend so here are a few things that you can do over this weekend 16th - 18th of October. Haven’t You Grown Sale- Head down to the Haven’t You Grown Sale to buy and sell...
We are now pretty much halfway into October which means we need to start thinking about the scariest day of the year. Halloween is always a fun one, and there are so many things you can do in Brighton to celebrate. From a classy dinner to a ghost walk,...
In the past few weeks something has been going on in North Street, which is the creation of a brand new indoor market. With it's own coffee bar, and numerous stalls run by independent business owners, the new market is definitely worth a visit. Bjournal went to explore, and had...
We are reaching out to everyone here in Brighton to help us spread the word about our new site and in order to do that we have a prize that anyone can have a chance to win if they like our Facebook page here and share this post on...

Cassettes are Back!

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  In recent years we have seen the re-emergence of Vinyl as one of the most popular ways to listen to music, and this was aided by the decision to bring the US based Record Store Day over to the UK. Record Store Day has grown to become a key...

City Reads 2015

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This month Brighton and Hove are celebrating City Reads. City Reads is part of the Collective Works CIC, which is an award winning organisation based in Brighton. It specialises in delivering innovative projects, events and activities around shared reading. City Reads, and Young City Reads, are its largest projects....
Last week Bjournal launched a new feature called Charity Tuesday in which each week a different charity is profiled on the website. This week it is the Brighton and Hove Food Partnership. The Brighton and Hove Food Partnership is a not-for-profit organisation that organises a vast range of projects...

Views Of Brighton

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Thirty-one years ago today, at 2:54am a bomb ripped through The Grand Hotel in Brighton, leaving five people dead and a further thirty-one injured. The Provisional IRA were responsible for the attack. Their aim was to kill Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, though they ultimately failed in what they...
Bjournal Sience Exposee Learning Science-y Stuff So You Don't Have To NASA did not announce that life has been found on Pluto in a historic announcement on 09 October 2015. What the announcement actually said was that Pluto has blue skies and surface water, just like Planet Earth. A scientist for...