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Monday, January 18, 2021
Tell us about your book? The book is called The Best Birthday Present Ever! and is published by Macmillan. It is about a Squirrel who is struggling to find a Birthday present for his best friend Bear. But more than that, he wants to get something extra special, a gift...

Typical Girls

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This week in the pop-up shop in Gloucester Road is Typical Girls, a brand new print magazine, though it isn’t your typical magazine. Contributors in this issue include a circus performer who has travelled the world, and is still travelling, and a woman who was diagnosed with Autism later...
When Marketing career woman Camille was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after her daughter was admitted into intensive care, the last thing she thought would help her was floating in a tank for an hour. Yet after three sessions she found it helped her enormously. So much so,...
Adventure Unlimited is a Brighton and Hove based charity offering outdoor adventure activities for everyone from children to corporate teams. It works with 100 volunteers and undertake projects that are designed to overcome the access barriers to children or young people with special needs, behavioural issues, from low income...

Be Brightonian

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Dionne and Ketil  Dionne moved to Brighton to study, then moved to Norway and met Ketil. They then decided that Brighton is the place to be, its colorful and interesting and a place Dionne will always have a love for. They were certainly the most colorful people I met that day. Harlee (24) lives...

The Humans of Brighton

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The streets of Brighton are forever strewn with the cream of the inspiring and vibrant. This piece picks out just a few, why these people love Brighton and what makes our city so beautiful. Emma (27) Lives in Brighton. Originally from Burgess Hill she moved to our city because of the unique and eclectic...
I’m a huge fan of fashion blogs, I think it’s a great way to find out about trends you may have missed, gain inspiration and to help find your own personal style. When I moved to Brighton one of the first things I did was try to find some...
If you had the privilege of being stuck at Brighton station last week, you might have noticed something to make your gruelling commute a bit more interesting. As part of Brighton’s digital festival, musician and software developer Alan Donohoe and Steven Parker created a waiting board consisting of anonymous...