Credit where it’s due!

Brighton & Hove Council are investing £100, 000 over the next 2 years in the East Sussex Credit Union, (a local not for profit savings and loans co-operative), as part of...

£4.2 million investment in car parks wins the city an award

Regency Square and Trafalgar Street car parks in Brighton have both been given Safer Parking Awards by the British Parking Association (BPA) in recognition of the council’s...

Kemptown MP maintains pressure on Treasury over hospital funding

Simon Kirby, MP for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven, has asked the Prime Minister to get behind his Royal Sussex County Hospital redevelopment campaign. At this afternoon’s...

Could You Brave the Winter Chill & Sleep Rough?

Could you brave the winter chill and sleep rough for one night to raise funds for the Martlets Hospice? The Martlets has teamed up with Off the Fence and is asking supporters...

No bikes on Hove seafront!

Hove residents have rejected Council ideas of allowing cycling on Hove promenade in an extensive survey carried out by local Conservatives in Central Hove and Westbourne...

Jobs in Hove all washed up by planners decision

A car wash business which opened in Hove without planning permission has been ordered to shut down. Osman Shala, who ran Performance Valeting from Unit B at the Westerman...

Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2013

Monday, October 14 was the first day of National Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2013, created to boost people’s knowledge of the conditions. According to the British...

A people’s history of the Level

The Level was one of the first locations for a Brighton Pride event and has been a public meeting place, fair and festival venue since the 1700s. Find out more about its...

Black History Month 2013

Black History Month presents a programme of culturally diverse events throughout Brighton & Hove for all ages this autumn, many of which are free. From Diwali celebrations...

Simon Kirby MP urges Chancellor to release hospital funding

Simon Kirby, MP for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven has spoken directly to the Chancellor, George Osborne urging him to release funding for the redevelopment of the Royal...

Party at new park postponed

Council officials have been forced to postpone an event to celebrate the £2million restoration of The Level park in Brighton, due to take place on September 28. A new date...

Support the ‘Martlets Noon Walk’

The Martlets Hospice are urging men across the city to sign up to their fifth Noon Walk, a 13 mile sponsored walk along the beautiful Sussex coast on Sunday, October 13. The...

Prime Minster appoints Hove MP as adviser

Mike Weatherley, the Conservative MP for Hove and Portslade, has been appointed by David Cameron as the Prime Minister’s adviser on Intellectual Property. He will focus on...

Down to the Bone: Benefit for Street Dogs

Down to the Bone, a collective pop-up exhibition raising funds for street dogs, will be taking place at the Onca Gallery, Brighton from Wednesday, September 25 to Monday,...

Who will be this year’s local sporting hero?

Nominations for this year’s City Sports & Physical Activity Awards, an annual show recognising contributions to sports and activities in Brighton & Hove, will be...

New Chairman for the Martlets

The Trustees of the Martlets Hospice in Hove have appointed a former Senior Executive of American Express to be the new Chair of the Hospice. Michael Edwards will take up the...
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