Local councillors visit recently named Hove Beach Park

Graham Robson March 14, 2024

Westbourne & Poets Corner Ward Councillor Leslie Pumm and Councillor Alan Robins, Chair of the Culture, Heritage, Sport, Tourism & Economic Development Committee, visited the Kingsway to the Sea project construction site recently to view the recently named Hove Beach Park. Hove Beach Park will stretch from the Lagoon to the King Alfred Leisure Centre. […]

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Brighton & Hove city councillors set to agree plans to deliver annual Brighton & Hove Pride for the next five years

Graham Robson December 4, 2023

Brighton & Hove city councillors are set to agree plans to deliver the annual Brighton & Hove Pride festival and events for the next five years. A report is going to the council’s Culture, Heritage, Sport, Tourism & Economic Development Committee next week to agree the running of the Community Parade, Pride Village Street Party […]

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Brighton and Hove ‘Ageing Well Festival’ set to be the biggest ever

Besi Besemar September 7, 2019

Formerly the Older People’s Festival, now renamed The Ageing Well Festival, returns with over one hundred events in over fifty venues across the city.

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Council set to freeze library charges

Besi Besemar January 4, 2018

City councillors are set to vote in favour of freezing library charges for next year. Despite the council having to make savings of £23 million over the next two years, all fees and charges, including concessions, in the council’s 14 libraries will be held at this year’s prices.

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General News

Brighton beach alert!

Gary Hart July 7, 2015

Brighton & Hove City Council have released the first in a series of short films they have commissioned to highlight the most common dangers on Brighton and Hove beaches ahead of the city’s busy summer period. The hard-hitting films tackle the three most common causes and target ‘high risk’ groups identified by the Council’s seafront team.

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