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Sunday, April 11, 2021
Ahead of Dementia Action Week, which begins today on the 21st May, Sussex Police and their partners have adopted a new scheme to aid people with dementia, as well as their families. The scheme gives the families of those with dementia the opportunity to prepare information to be used...
A collection of local professional photographers and printers have come together to raise money for the Clock Tower Sanctuary, a charitable organisation that raises money for homeless young people in Brighton and Hove.   Those who donate their work to Bright For Good are selling their professional photographs and prints for...

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On the left we have Sapphire (18). Originally from Brighton she studies photography at City College and loves Brighton because of its creativity. On the right, Scarlett (18) is also a Brighton native. She studies Art in Farnden and loves our city because of its diversity. This is Holly (20). Hailing from...
This week, for our weekly Humans of Brighton feature, we met up with Lydia and Luke to ask the question:  “What was your childhood dream?”   Cosied up together under their bright orange umbrella, Luke and Lydia thought about the question for a few moments.  Lydia, visiting Brighton from Norwich, explained that she...
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award winner, John Kearns, took some time to chat with us ahead of his upcoming show in Brighton on the 13th March 2020. He's bringing his newest show, Double Take and Fade Away, to the city as part of his biggest tour yet! We discussed how he...
This week, The Brighton Journal got speaking to 24-year-old Keir, who had just finished the Brighton Marathon - in three hours and forty minutes - and was celebrating with a pint. "Running the marathon was a spur of the moment choice whilst I was traveling" "But being away made the training...
Joanna Miles, only comes to visit Brighton for 3 or 4 days per month for work. The company is a DJ Agency based in the Lanes called Families. We spoke about how, at age 34, she lives in Berlin and does a job she loves. How did that happen? I used...
The Ben Sherman shirt has a firm place within British popular culture - in Shane Meadows' iconic 'This Is England', the characters adopt the brand as part of their unofficial uniform.   For this week's edition of Driving Through The Past we're looking further into the life of Ben Sherman (born...
Amilia, a Year Six student from Brighton has written a powerful speech about living with autism, inspired by Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream Speech' as part of a school assignment. The National Autistic Society were so impressed by her fantastic speech and it's message that they decided...
This week, we spoke to Jacob Crivello, a 22-year-old artist from Brighton who creates miniature pieces to "evoke feeling through re-imagined micro-landscapes." Inspired by realistic Victorian watercolour landscapes and imagining himself inside them - "experiencing the sounds, smells, and the general plot unfolding"- Jacob started creating his own landscapes in detailed...