Abandoned bikes raise funds for Sussex Central YMCA

Brighton & Hove City Council has announced it removed over 500 abandoned bikes in 2012 and 2013, which have since been donated to the local charity Sussex Central YMCA to...

Local residents helped by free money advice service

Free financial advice has helped more than 370 Brighton & Hove City Council tenants access more than £350,000 in unclaimed or additional benefits, charitable payments,...

Giant hawk returns to valley

A giant hawk is once again keeping watch over Sheepcote Valley – thanks to park rangers and local volunteers. The hawk, originally carved into the hillside by artists...

Cameron says no to Fry’s boycott plea

The Prime Minister, David Cameron has rejected a call from broadcaster and actor Stephen Fry to strip the City of Sochi of the Winter Olympics in February 2014 because of the...

Vets2Home provides end-of-life care to your pets

Vets2Home, a 24/7 end-of-life home vet care service for pets, has been launched in Sussex and Surrey. The at-home animal hospice is one of the first UK-based, specialised...

Shortlist announced for National Diversity Awards

The shortlist for this year’s National Diversity Awards has been announced. Television personalities Brian Dowling and Cerrie Burnell will present the black-tie event at...

Transforming Local Infrastructure

Community and Voluntary Sector Forum (CVSF), Volunteer Centre, Performance Development Service and Skills Exchange are about to merge into one organisation with a new vision...

Nev Kemp – A modern Commander for a unique city

Chief Superintendent Nev Kemp, took up his new post as the city’s Divisional Commander in April this year. A Brightonian born and bred, Nev Kemp is a family man with 17 years...

City’s new divisional commander welcomes Pride 2013

Sussex Police will once again be taking part in this years Pride Parade, on Saturday, August 3. This years parade entitled Gay Icons is the biggest in Brighton Pride’s...

Renovated Rock Garden officially re-opens!

Nature lovers are once again able to exploring the popular and picturesque rock garden opposite Preston Park which officially re-opened last week. The rock garden (also known...

Hampshire Constabulary to march at Brighton Pride

Hampshire Constabulary will once again join the Brighton and Hove Pride Parade in a show of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities everywhere. Fourteen...

Hove MP expresses concerns about lack gay rights abroad

Mike Weatherley, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Hove and Portslade, is concerned over the persecution of gay people across the world, at a time when gay rights in...

Flying the Green Flags

Green flags will be flying across Brighton & Hove this summer after six city parks won Green Flags for excellence. Easthill Park, Hove Park, Kipling Gardens, Preston Park,...

Gay marriage debate draws large audience

More than 200 people turned out to participate in a debate on gay marriage at St Mary’s Church in St James Street, Brighton on Friday, June 21. The event was organised...
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