Flushed with Pride

Brighton & Hove City Council’s public loos have again been nominated for a number of National and UK Loo of the year awards. The excellent care and presentation of public...

New city strategy to boost sport and physical activity

Brighton & Hove City Council’s economic development and culture committee have approved a new sports and physical activity strategy aimed at making people more active....

Council calls for ‘Sensible on Strength’ campaign to reduce alcohol harm

Brighton & Hove Council has proposed a Sensible on Strength campaign to encourage off-licences to stop selling highly alcoholic beer, lager or cider. The voluntary new...

Charity Bank launches free consultations to help Sussex charities

Charity Bank, which lends solely to charities and community organisations, is offering free consultations for potential borrowers with their Lending Manager for London and the...

Brighton MP, Kirby visits former Nazi death camp with local students

Students from across the South East returned from the Holocaust Educational Trust’s visit to the Nazi concentration and death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau on Tuesday November 12...

Brighton & Hove Calendar 2014

The Brighton & Hove Calendar 2014, now its 14th year, has been published by North Laine Photography. Next year’s calendar features 32 pages with 60 photos that...

‘Give the kids a crossing for Christmas campaign’ launches

An alliance of community groups in South Portslade have joined forces to demand action from the council to have a school crossing built. Friends of St Peters School, Friends...
Posted On 14 Nov 2013

Brighton Anti-Bullying charity partner with local Burger Brothers to produce charity burger

National anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label  has teamed up with Brighton burger restaurant, Burger Brothers (on North Road) to produce the DTL Quattro Charity Burger for...

Survey shows significant drop in road accidents in Brighton & Hove

Accidents on Brighton & Hove’s roads have fallen by 12.5% since the Greens took office, according to a major survey by the Department for Transport. At the sam...
Posted On 13 Nov 2013

Christina Chatfield : Local dental hygienist draws attention to mouth cancer : Launch tonight at Emporium

In the UK, mouth cancer kills more people than testicular or cervical cancer put together. One person is dying every five hours from mouth cancer. Award winning loca...

Parking in the Preston Triangle – views sought

Brighton & Hove Council are seeking the views of residents, businesses and visitors who park in the triangle of roads to the west of the Fiveways junction in Brighton....

Brighton Old Town public enquiry reports

Plans to improve the Old Town of Brighton, including The Lanes area, have taken a step forward following a government inspector’s recommendations. The aim is to reduce...

New A Board Game All About Brighton

BN1 is a board game all about Brighton that sees 2-5 players diving into the quirks, strangeness and charm of this unique city. How it’s played is up to you –...

Kemptown Carnival consultation

At the recent AGM of the Kemptown Carnival a few traders and one or two residents suggested staging the next Kemptown Carnival on May bank holiday, Monday (May 26) rather than...

ANONYMOUS PEOPLE : Film premiere at St Peter’s Church

The Anonymous People, a feature documentary about the 23.5 million Americans living in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs, will be premiered in...

Ralph – a puppy’s plea for help

A stray puppy with a serious heart condition needs donations to help fund an operation which could save his life. Welfare officers from Brighton & Hove City Council found...
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