In The South

RadioReverb scoop National Diversity Award

Besi Besemar September 17, 2018

On Friday September 14 in Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, Brighton’s local community radio station, RadioReverb, was awarded the National Diversity Award for Community – Multi Strand. Designed to highlight the country’s most inspirational and selfless people, the National Diversity Awards have received endorsements from high profile figures such as Stephen Fry, Sir Lenny Henry CBE and Graham Norton.

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Business News

Who’s the boss behind the bar @The Rottingdean Club

Morgan Fabulous March 2, 2018

This month Morgan Fabulous chats to Philip Sherrington and his partner Paul Carter, the owners of The Rottingdean Club nestled along the coast in the in lovely village of Rottingdean. A private members club, The Rottingdean Club offers dining in a relaxed environment, regular entertainment, music nights and quizzes.

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Community News

‘Month of Makeup’ – raising money for mental health

Besi Besemar March 1, 2018

Every day in May, Marc Edwards will apply his face makeup differently, anything from his favourite cartoon character to a Zombie. He is undertaking the venture ‘Month of Makeup’ to raise awareness and much-needed funds for the Brighton based mental health group, MenTalk Health (MTH), who are currently working towards achieving charity status.

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Time to Talk AND Change our mental health

Craig Hanlon-Smith December 9, 2017

It is now more than a year since local lads Davey Shields and Damian Friel started their MenTalkHealth (MTH) initiative. Created to openly discuss mental health issues, initially on a series of podcasts, accompanied by a range of guests and their regular original team member Eli Beaton, their campaign has garnered much support from LGBT+ communities and local businesses. 

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FEATURE: Talking Heads – encouraging men with mental health issues to open up

Craig Hanlon-Smith February 23, 2017

Just how honest can two men with mental health issues be? Through their new venture MenTalkHealth, local gents Damian Friel and Davey Shields certainly try to be just that. Craig Hanlon-Smith met up with them both to chat about their new venture. Davey describes himself as a snowboarding, shirt lifting, media worker in his thirties, who has spent the last eight years trying to manage his diagnosis of depression and anxiety.

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