Community News

FEATURE: Paddy’s story by his dad

Dr Graham Bloor June 29, 2018

My son Paddy was 21 years old, when he died of a GBL overdose in March this year. In a stranger’s house. Early in the morning. He was born in Eastbourne and died in Brighton. IT’S fair to say that Paddy was hedonistic and lived to party. Highly intelligent and sociable, he was the centre of his many groups of friends, in Brighton, Sheffield, Hull and Eastbourne.

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Clinic M – a service for men who have sex with men

Besi Besemar June 2, 2018

CLINIC M provides sexual health information and offers easy access to HIV and sexual health testing. It’s open every Wednesday evening from 5–8pm with a mix of walk-in and pre-booked appointments available. The clinic is located at the Royal Sussex County Hospital Out Patients’ Department on Eastern Road, within the sexual health department (SHAC) Sexual Health & Contraception service.

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General News

Make change count this Winter for Brighton’s homeless

Besi Besemar December 29, 2016

Homeless charities in Brighton & Hove join together this winter to raise awareness of how to help people living rough on the streets. Brighton Housing Trust, St Mungo’s, Pavilions, Equinox and Nightstop are highlighting what support is available in the city for people sleeping rough and offering advice on how best to help those in need.

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Community News

Lets talk about gay sex and drugs

Gary Hart May 26, 2016

‘Lets Talk About Gay Sex And Drugs’ is an open forum for anybody to discuss how they perceive sex drug use in the community in Brighton. The first event was staged in Brighton on the April 20. The original concept was created by Patrick Cash who hosted the first event and has been hosting similar events in London for over a year.

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