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B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: SuicideTALK – Suicide awareness-raising sessions

If you work face to face with members of the LGBT community then SuicideTalk is for you. A one-hour exploration and awareness-raising session suitable for all individuals and...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: Cream tea with LGBT Switchboard

Pop along to the Phil Starr Pavilion and have a cream tea with the LGBT Switchboard Team. Learn more about LGBT Switchboard including the Older Persons Project over a cream tea!
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: Paul Diello – EPICENE

Award winning singer songwriter Paul Diello brings his gender-blending extravaganza 'Epicene' to the B Right On LGBT Community Festival after a sold out success at Brighton...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: Outside Out: Rough Sleeping and Homelessness in the LGBT Community

Brighton and Hove has a reputation as a safe space for all and many people come here seeking to live a life unhindered and as part of an all embracing community. The city also...
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Mayor of Brighton & Hove opens B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival

The Mayor of Brighton & Hove, Councillor Mo Marsh officially opened the 2018 B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival last night (February 16) celebrating Brighton's contribution to...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: TWINKLE starring Miss Jason

To celebrate LGBT HISTORY MONTH for one night only Jason Sutton (aka Miss Jason) stars in Philip Meeks's one man play: TWINKLE. Following recent performances in Brighton,...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: Community Lunch with Lunch Positive

As part of LGBT HISTORY MONTH and The B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival, Lunch Positive invites everyone to the Phil Starr Pavilion tomorrow, Saturday February 17 to share...
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Dance Like a Diva for Martlets Hospice

Gather a group of fun friends together for a fantastic four-hour dance party at Concorde 2 in Brighton and have a ball raising money for Martlets hospice on Sunday, April 22....
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: Tackling hate crime and domestic abuse in Brighton & Hove

What can you do if you or someone you know is affected by domestic abuse and how can you challenge hate crime? Those are just some of the questions being posed at two free...
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Switchboard opens ‘The Rainbow Cafe’ today

Continuing their work with hard to reach and seldom heard of groups, Brighton & Hove LGBT Switchboard are to open an LGBT+ dementia café today. With an £11,725 grant awarded...
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New report reveals vulnerable people applying for benefits in the City receive “shocking” treatment

Healthwatch Brighton and Hove, the local consumer champion for health and social care finds vulnerable people applying for Personal Independence Payments (PIP) and Employment...
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New research reveals the concerns of LGBT+ residents in social housing

Nearly 50 per cent of LGBT+ people living in social housing accommodation do not feel a sense of belonging in their local community and over a quarter report feeling lonely in...
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