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Disability Pride, comes to the centre of Brighton today

The Brighton & Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum (LGBT CSF) and its Accessibility Matters Volunteers looking forward to working with Disability Pride Brighton (DPB) on Sunday,...
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Brighton & Hove City Council to tackle GP shortage in the city

On July 13 2017, Brighton & Hove councillors on the city’s policy resources and growth committee will be asked to consider applying for a government loan that would turn one...
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Hotel owner donates two wheel chairs to ‘Accessibility Matters’ project

New Steine Hotel support the Brighton & Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum (LGBT CSF) and its initiative Accessibility Matters. The New Steine Hotel at 10-11 New Steine,...
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Quaker burial site discovered on Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Estate

Skeletons have been uncovered on-site and are in the process of being exhumed from underneath the area that was formerly the venue’s mini conference room. The remains are...
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New library scheme to support people living with long term health conditions

A new national Reading Well scheme is being launched for people long-term health conditions. Delivered by public libraries, the new scheme is part of the successful Reading...
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Tory Leader says Brighton & Hove City Council borders on “being dysfunctional”

Labour Councillors on Brighton & Hove City Council’s Licensing Committee used their votes last week to reject the Conservatives’ call for a wholesale review of the Council’s...
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New Spirit in The Old Steine

MCC Brighton (the people who brought the giant Jesus to the Pride Parade in 2016) again change perceptions of what a church is. Pastor Andrew Ramage, says: “This year we...
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Mayoral Mo’s Famous Five charity dinner at Queens Hotel

Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Mo Marsh is holding a charity dinner for her Mayoral charities at the Queens Hotel this Thursday, July 6 from 7pm. Don't miss out on a yummy 3...
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Court of Appeal in Belfast “passes buck” on women’s rights

The court of appeal in Belfast rules that reform of abortion law in Northern Ireland should be left to the Northern Ireland Assembly, and not decided by the courts. In 2015...
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Looking for a life-changing job you can do in your own home?

Brighton & Hove City Council’s ‘Shared Lives’ scheme is looking for more carers. The scheme links up adults who need social care support with carers who provide support and...
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Council leader issues challenge to Theresa May

Council Leader calls for £150 million to be spent on the city, equivalent to the sum given to Northern Ireland this week. Following the announcement that a billion pound...
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Stars of stage and screen to celebrate 50 years of Rockinghorse

For one night only, on September 24, Brighton’s Theatre Royal plays host to stars of stage and television for a very special, gala variety performance, in the presence of The...
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Brighton & Hove Council issue statement on fire safety in council owned high rise buildings

Following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower on June 14, Brighton and Hove City Council have issued the following statement on fire safety in council owned high-rise buildings....
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Inaugural Brighton ‘Go Dad Run’ raises money for five charities

The first ever Sanlam Go Dad Run on the South Coast has been hailed a great success by organisers. It took place in Hove Park yesterday morning (Sunday, June 25) when men and...
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Conservatives appoint three new City ‘Champions’

Cllr Tony Janio, the new Conservative Group Leader on Brighton & Hove City Council, has appointed three new ‘Champion’ roles to hold the Labour Administration to account....
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First ever legal humanist wedding takes place in Northern Ireland

The first ever legal humanist wedding ceremony took place in Northern Ireland on Thursday, July 22. Following a lengthy legal battle to secure recognition, Laura Lacole and...
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