Archive for the ‘Brighton Life’ Category

An evening of music and poetry with Brian Mander and The De La Warr String Quartet.

Wednesday 14 February 2018. 6.00pm – 7.30pm

St Nicholas Church, Church Street, BN1 3LJ (more…)


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B&H Sparrows Project

On 12 January 2018 we were delighted to have Caroline Lucas MP (pictured) join us at the Booth Museum to present prizes to the competition winners. (more…)

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Brighton Dome partners with Brighton Women’s Centre and Brighton Museum to present an annual celebration of International Women’s Day on  Saturday 3 March. (more…)

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West Hill Watch

Jim Gowan’s West Hill Watch

Raising the roof!

This is not about wild parties in the West Hill Hall but about the number of planning applications seeking to increase accommodation on top of existing buildings in the conservation area, often by adding an extra storey. (more…)

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The Clock Tower Sanctuary – a charity that supports homeless young people in Brighton & Hove – is running its appeal, ‘They Are Out There’, to raise £20,000 to support homeless young people who are on the streets this winter. (more…)

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John was a man it is not easy to forget. He was intelligent, funny, gregarious, quick witted, willing to help anyone. (more…)

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Winter Fuel Bills

The days are dark, the weather is wet, and it’s time to turn on the heating. For most people, this is just a part of the changing seasons, but there are 15,000 households in Brighton & Hove whose inhabitants struggle to heat their homes. Living in cold conditions has a terrible impact on physical and mental health, and causes a shocking 135 ‘excess winter deaths’ in the city each year. The St Peter’s & North Laine ward has been identified by UK Power Networks as one of the most deprived wards in the South East. (more…)

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