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Three local beaches receive Blue Flag and Seaside Awards for 2018

Environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy presents 190 awards to England’s very best beaches, including 65 international Blue Flags and 125 Seaside Awards (eight more than last...
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Fostering keeps you young

Find out more about how you could help a child in need during National Foster Care Fortnight. BRIGHTON & Hove City Council’s fostering team is holding an information event...
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Kate Tempest debuts new album at secret ‘Your Place’ gig

Brighton Festival 2017’s Guest Director Kate Tempest made a surprise return to the city on May 19 for a secret gig as part of the Festival’s Your Place initiative, performing...
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Hove Carnival marks start of Summer

Hove Carnival this year takes place over Spring Bank Holiday on Monday, May 28, from 11.30am to 5pm. Organisers are hoping for sunshine and clear skies at the popular family...
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Council searches for shelter for rough sleepers

Brighton & Hove City Council search for suitable accommodation for rough sleepers to stay overnight for new service they are planning. To help shape the proposals, their first...
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City councillors elect new Mayor for 2018/19

Cllr Dee Simson elected as the Mayor of Brighton & Hove for the year ahead at full council on Thursday, May 17. Cllr Simson was first elected as a conservative councillor in...
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Put your wellbeing first, say Samaritans

Samaritans call on parents, teachers, students and employers to put wellbeing ahead of grades this exam season. By keeping results in perspective, they says young people are...
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National award for University of Brighton

A commitment to promote the careers of women has won the University of Brighton’s School of Environment and Technology (SET) a national award. THE school has received a Bronze...
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Lord’s amendment gives protection to migrants

Government agrees to implement Dr Sarah Wollaston’s amendment to Data Protection Bill. In todays Lords debate on the Data Protection Bill, the Government accepted the...
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Huge clean up after one of the busiest bank holidays ever

Brighton & Hove gets back to normal after one of the busiest and hottest bank holidays on record. An estimated 300,000 people flocked to the city to enjoy the beaches and...
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‘Good Grief’ living with loss support day

Martlets Hospice will hold a unique bereavement support day on Wednesday, May 16 at Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton between 11am and 5pm. The Good Grief event is...
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Bridge Community Centre closes

The Bridge adult community education centre in Moulsecoomb has closed due to financial reasons. The charity, on the site of the old Falmer High School, has been an advice...
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UBER license renewal in Brighton and Hove turned down

Following a hearing on Monday, April 23, Brighton & Hove City Council’s licensing panel has decided against renewing UBER Britannia Ltd’s (UBL) Private Hi...
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MUSIC PREVIEW: Right Said Fred – Lay down your knives

Right Said Fred's new single, raises awareness of knife crime. The 90s pop band have released their single Lay down your knives as a free download on SoundCloud, to raise...
Posted On 01 May 2018
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Distress in men following prostate cancer can be reduced

A new web-based support programme will help reduce the psychological stress that impacts men who are recovering from prostate cancer. The new programme, developed by...
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Combining social care, retail management and the Sussex Beacon

Bettina Zenz chats to Wayne Stone, trading manager at the Sussex Beacon charity shops, who runs a business with a difference that has gone digital.
Posted On 30 Apr 2018
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