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Friday, August 12, 2022
Loneliness affects all of us, and not having anyone to connect with can have a devastating impact on our health & well-being. Despite its image of being a friendly, vibrant, inclusive city, Brighton & Hove has one of the highest rates of loneliness in the UK and in response, Brighton &...
Contradictory to reports last week from organisers that it would indeed go ahead, Brighton and Hove City Council have stepped in to state that this may not be the case.   Action was taken following a local conservative councillor, Samer Bagaeen, stepping in to demand answers as to why there had...
An 18 metre fabric inflatable whale installation will be coming to Brighton Marina between the 9 – 13th August. The show name 'Plastic Ocean' has been launched to educate adults and children on the current fragility of our environment. The show is interactive and free and will run daily between 12pm –...
Ten Local Will writers offer expertise in return for donation to Martlets Martlets, is holding their annual Will Writing Month in May and this is the last week to make a booking to get your Will written.  Ten local solicitors are supporting Martlets by offering their services for free in...
The Horse and Groom, The Cuthbert, London Unity, The Albion Inn, Rose Hill Tavern and now The Greys all have something in common - they've all been put up for sale by the EI group (previously known as Enterprise Inns). Situated in Hanover, The Greys has been put up for...
Do you remember how every year around Christmas, tiny woollen bobble hats start appearing on your Innocent smoothies? Well, you can expect to see them return to supermarkets near you very soon, as Age UK is back with the #BigKnit, and its asking Brighton and Hove to get knitting!   Age...
Brighton Festival made a triumphant return in 2021 as the first multi-arts festival in the UK to open after the coronavirus pandemic caused cancellations throughout 2020. Guest Director Lemn Sissay’s inspired and resonant theme of ‘care’ brought thousands of people back to live art and performance across May and into...
A petition has been signed by 83 residents living on Surrey Street, calling for the station's taxi rank to be relocated. The locals have claimed that they've suffered for years now because of excess noise and congestion due to queuing taxis. The disgruntled Brightonians are hoping that the land owners will listen...
Cathrine Jansson-Boyd, Anglia Ruskin University Touch has profound benefits for human beings. But over the last few decades, people have become increasingly cautious about socially touching others for a range of reasons. With the novel coronavirus spreading, this is bound to get worse. People have already started avoiding shaking hands....
Children from across Brighton and Hove are being invited to design the cover of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Family Guide, a great opportunity to showcase creative talents and get some early experience in the design and illustration industry under the belt. England’s largest arts festival is challenging children under 11 years...