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Featuring Brighton people like you! | December 7, 2019

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Artist of the week:Vincenzo Donlini‎

May 21, 2019 |

This week, the Brighton Journal got talking with the talented Vincenzo Donlini, who has been painting for over 50 years. He focuses on local landscapes, such as Madiera Terrace, The Beach and The Level. He would like for people … Read More

Humans of Brighton – meet Rose

May 8, 2019 |

This week the Brighton Journal met 23-year-old Rose, who was signing the ‘Brexit Bus’ at Sussex University

Rose is currently working as a learning support assistant at a school in Brighton, and hopes to do her … Read More

Another successful Children’s Parade

May 7, 2019 |

On Saturday, thousands of children from Brighton took to the streets in colourful costumes for the annual Children’s Parade, which is the largest annual children’s event in the UK.

The Children’s Parade has been an annual event for thirty years, … Read More

The best of Brighton on Instagram: 01-07 May

May 7, 2019 |

Happy Tuesday! Here at Brighton Journal we hope you have a had a lovely Bank Holiday weekend (not long until the next one!).

Have a look down below to check some of your best shots from last week, and … Read More

Good news for primary school parents

April 16, 2019 |

Over 91% of parents in Brighton whose children are due to start primary school this year have been offered a place at their first preference.

Nearly all parents (99.4%) were offered at least one of the three schools that … Read More

“We hope we can contribute to changing misconception.” : Artist of the week – The Postman

April 12, 2019 |

For this week’s artist, The Brighton Journal interviewed ‘The Postman’ a Brighton based street art duo, who are behind the epic paste-ups of Marylin Monroe and Basquiat that you will recognise if you live in Brighton.

The Postman Art … Read More

“Illustration can connect people”: Artist of the week, Laurie Avon

March 30, 2019 |

Laurie Graduated from Kingston last Summer and has been working on a range exciting projects since. He has come back to Brighton, which he described as a good liberal foundation for his creativity “its such a liberal place that I’m … Read More

Disability advice centre could face closure

March 29, 2019 |

The only specialist disability advice centre in the city could face permanent closure after the sudden announcement of cuts in funding.

Brighton and Hove charity Possability People, who run the centre, received a joint letter signed by both the Council … Read More

Throwback Thursday: The Daddy Long Legs

March 28, 2019 |

Many of us have noticed it, but only a few know what it is. The beach, which has been growing south over the years, is slowing making it disappear, but if you have a look in low tide you can … Read More

Rag’n’Bone Man is coming to Brighton!

March 27, 2019 |

Rag’N’Bone Man is coming to back to Brighton this summer! The singer, once a part of Brighton’s Rum Committee, now famous for his huge hits, ‘Skin’ and ‘Human’ has announced that his show will be taking place at Brighton Racecourse … Read More