Voluntary sector organisations protest against budget cuts

Representatives from voluntary sector organisations protested outside Hove Town Hall last night, Thursday, February 27. The rally had been called by Community Works the local...

Council to consider free parking for hotel guests

Councillors to consider offering free parking for hotel guests at Norton Road car park in Hove. Brighton & Hove City Council has been considering whether better use could...

Community Works call rally against cuts to voluntary and community sector grants

Voluntary sector organisations to protest against cuts to their funding by the Green administration before budget debate. The Council are proposing a 10% cut to annual and...

St James Community Action Group AGM

One for the diary. St James Street Action Group will be holding their AGM on Wednesday, March 26 at St Mary’s Church on the corner of St James Street and Upper Rock...

City’s food business hygiene continues to improve

Brighton & Hove’s food safety plan for 2014/15 reveals standards of hygiene in the coty’s food businesses have continued to improve. The percentage of food premises...

IPCC appeal for witnesses to Brighton incident.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is investigating an incident in Brighton involving police, following which a woman died in hospital. The incident took...

Bus company promise a review of new bus route after two months

Labour parliamentary candidate meets with bus boss over changes made to route 81. After meeting with Brighton and Hove Buses managing director, Nancy Platts, Labour’s...
Posted On 24 Feb 2014

Council starts work on green wall at Dukes Mound

Conservation work has begun on one of the longest green walls in the country on Brighton seafront to protect a variety of coastal plants and repair the concrete wall. Over 90...

Friends of St Mary’s appeal

St Mary’s Church are launching a new fundraising group The Friends of St Mary’s, Brighton on Tuesday, February 25. Friends of St Mary’s would like to see the...

‘Creative Minds’ conference

Challenging perceptions and encouraging debate! Creative Minds are holding a one day conference to profile the voices of learning disabled artists and support them in being...

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus raise nearly £6000 at their Brighton Dome Christmas Show

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus announced their Pull A Cracker Christmas show raised a staggering £5713.40 for the Sussex Beacon. For the third year running, the choir made a...

The Brits – Time for a rethink?

Now that the Brits has found a permanent home on the advertisement drenched ITV, there isn’t anything here that BBC bosses won’t be delighted with. After this...

Hove MP Weatherley to choose best local curry house

Mike Weatherley, the Conservative MP for Hove and Portslade, is holding a competition to find the best South Asian restaurant in his Hove constituency. The winner will be put...
Posted On 18 Feb 2014

New service for victims of domestic abuse in Brighton and Hove

New drop-in surgery every Wednesday at Hove Town Hall. Sussex Police and RISE, the Brighton and Hove domestic abuse charity have joined together to offer a new Domestic Abuse...

Perfume Garden returns

Legendary DJ Pete Wardman headlines reunion party. Perfume Garden, Brighton’s original hard dance production returns for a very special reunion party on Saturday, March...

Labour parliamentary candidate supports end to violence against women

Purna Sen, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate in Brighton Pavilion, supported this year’s One Billion Rising event in Brighton on Valentine Day. Purna Sen, Labour...
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