Find activities to help you stay strong, steady and independent this April

Graham Robson April 20, 2022

Brighton & Hove City Council is running a five-day programme of taster activity sessions in April through video or in-person at a variety of locations that are free or low cost and open to anyone aged 50+.

Read More

Out to Lunch – Today – 1-5pm

July 18, 2021

Lunch Positive & BHCC LGBTQ Workers Forum are Out to Lunch  this Sunday,  a gentle celebration of LGBTQ+ community at Dorset Gardens Methodist Church & Gardens on July 18 from 1pm where you can eat, meet, and chat over some delicious food

Read More
Community News

Rates of Covid-19 start to slow in Brighton & Hove

Graham Robson January 21, 2021

In the seven days up to January 15 there were 1,438 confirmed new cases of Covid-19 in the city, which is a 36% decrease per 100,000 residents from the previous week

Read More

New grant scheme to help vulnerable people this winter

Graham Robson December 22, 2020

Small grants up to a maximum of £5,000 are available for community and voluntary organisations in the city who can deliver extra support quickly to help vulnerable people and families this winter.

Read More

Have Your Say on the city council’s sports facilities in the city

Graham Robson November 24, 2020

Brighton & Hove City Council (BHCC) is asking locals to contribute to a plan to improve and develop BHCC sports facilities across the city.

Read More
Business News

Council preparing to make payments to small businesses affected by latest lockdown

Graham Robson November 15, 2020

Businesses, charities, social enterprises and community centres that pay business rates and were forced to close in Brighton & Hove due to the latest lockdown from November 5 to December 2 may be eligible for grants of up to £3,000 for that period.

Read More

Brighton & Hove City Council: “Covid rates slow in city- but too early to predict downturn”

Graham Robson November 12, 2020

In the seven days up to the day before lockdown started on Thursday, November 5, there was 364 confirmed new Covid-19 cases in Brighton & Hove (based on data published on Tuesday, November 10), which is equivalent to a weekly rate of 125 new cases per 100,000 residents.

Read More