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Brighton Journal | 26th May 2020

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British Cult Film Hero Ben Wheatley to Host Screenings and Q&A in The Nightingale Room

28th September 2017 |

Acclaimed British film-maker Ben Wheatley will be hosting a Q&A and film screenings next Sunday in The Nightingale Room, situated upstairs at The Grand Central opposite Brighton Station.

The gritty British gangster dark comedy ‘Down Terrace’, starring co-writer Robin Hill, … Read More

‘Full of Life’ Fair this Sunday at The Open Market

28th September 2017 |

All the fun of the fair comes to The Open Market on London Rd this Sunday. The fair will host attractions for all  including live music, singing and dancing.

The event has been specifically created to cater for anyone aged 50+ … Read More

£30m Project to Expand Brighton A&E to Start Before Christmas

28th September 2017 |

The Accident and Emergency (A&E) Department at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton is due to be expanded this year. The project will cost around £30m and promises to provide 35 new spaces for patients arriving by ambulance  in … Read More

Green Light Given to New Moulsecoomb Campus Project which Promises £500m to Local Economy, 1,000 New Jobs, and 74 New Affordable Homes

28th September 2017 |

The University of Brighton are investing in the future through a construction project aimed at making the university an even better place to work and learn.

Their ambitious plans include the transformation of the Moulsecoomb campus, providing a new academic building, 1,338 student bedrooms … Read More

High-Flying Prices for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds at the Brighton Centre

27th September 2017 |

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have will be visiting Brighton as one stop on their twelve-date UK & Ireland Arena Tour following the release of WHO BUILT THE MOON? the adventurous follow-up to the platinum-selling, Chasing Yesterday from Noel Gallagher’s … Read More

Power to the People: £183,505 Raised so far in Crowdfunding Drive for Maderia Terraces as Residents Resist Ruling

27th September 2017 |

A crowd funding campaign to kick-start the repair and regeneration of a section of Brighton’s Grade 2 listed seafront, Madeira Terraces, will launch on 26 July 2017.  Brighton & Hove City Council has already met with local businesses who have … Read More

Many Experience Technical Errors as New Parking Permit System Malfunctions

27th September 2017 |

If you have been trying to use the new online parking permit system recently introduced by Brighton & Hove City Council then you will be aware of the glitches and hitches holding up your application.

The system has been introduced … Read More

Churchill Square to be Extended Towards Seafront and Brighton Centre Moved to Marina

26th September 2017 |

Plans to create a world class conference centre and entertainment venue at Black Rock, next to Brighton Marina, have received a boost, with over £12 million of government funding being awarded to the project.

The money has come via the Local … Read More

Residents of Brighton’s Underserved Suburbs Bemoan Poor Bus Service

26th September 2017 |

Residents of Patcham and East Saltdean complained about the public transport services that their area receives citing an absence of of regular buses and no electronic announcement boards at their stops.

At the Breathe in Brighton event held at the … Read More

Low Cost Affordable Housing Coming to Brighton

25th September 2017 |

Those of you who live and work in Brighton will be well aware of the incessant and incremental increases in the cost of living in the city with rents spiralling upwards and with property prices moving ever upwards, out of the … Read More