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One in two people experiencing more anxiety about being able to pay their bills than last year, warns British Psychological Society

Graham Robson October 4, 2022

The British Psychological Society (BPS) has warned of a potential mental health crisis this winter as it publishes new figures that reveal one in two people are experiencing anxiety about being able to pay their bills as a result of the cost of living crisis.

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In The South

Brighton & Hove City Council announces £30,000 emergency food fund to help tackle cost of living crisis

Graham Robson September 23, 2022

In response to the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, Brighton & Hove City Council has announced a new fund to help community groups and organisations provide emergency food for people during winter 2022/23.

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Community News

Lunch Positive and Terrence Higgins Trust to run Energy Surgery for people living with or affected by HIV

Graham Robson September 14, 2022

With energy costs rising, HIV charities Lunch Positive and Terrence Higgins Trust have teamed up to host an Energy Surgery for people living with or affected by HIV on Friday, September 23.

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Community News

Smarter Uniforms to host series of pop-up shops across Brighton

Graham Robson August 25, 2022

With the UK in the grip of the cost-of-living crisis and a new school year approaching, Smarter Uniforms is hosting a series of pop-up shops, offering new and high-quality second-hand items that typically cost a third of the price of new uniforms.

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In The South

Brighton & Hove City Council introduces rental deposit loan scheme

Graham Robson April 18, 2022

The scheme aims to help staff avoid the need for high-cost personal loans by offering an interest free loan to pay for the deposit asked for upfront by letting agents or landlords when renting a property.

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