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Local fundraiser, Sophie Goodall, from Brighton, saw first-hand the difference the money she has raised for WaterAid is making  during an unforgettable trip to Uganda, with the international development charity.
Next year will see the UK's biggest Pride Festival mark twenty-five years of Pride in the City. and it is widely anticipated to be the biggest Pride celebration in the City to date.
Ten couples are set to make history in Brighton & Hove when they are married at the same time on the first day the law allows.
A competition is now open to design the front cover of the new-look Brighton Fringe Family Guide; now an A5 booklet, available in early March 2014. 
Same Sky is turning to crowdfunding and local business support to deliver Brighton's Burning the Clocks on its 21st birthday. 
Each year the Brighton Children’s Parade celebrates a different imaginative theme. 
A city-wide campaign to help victims & survivors of domestic violence & abuse, as well asrape & sexual assault, become more aware of the wide range of local support available to them will be launched in Brighton & Hove today, White Ribbon Day.
Brighton and Hove Albion football fans are wising-up to their risk of prostate cancer and taking action against the disease following an awareness campaign from the club's charitable arm, Albion in the Community.
The Martlets Hospice is asking women from Brighton & Hove to dig out their unwanted handbags for a  new charity auction event.
Organisations across the Brighton are working together to raise awareness of the importance of HIV Testing, especially for those groups with the highest reported incidences of HIV - these are gay men and African people.  
Musicians Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott will be protesting outside Next, Upper Mall, Churchill Square, Brighton, on Tuesday 9th December at 3pm.
Tree planting events are set to take place around East Sussex as part of an ambitious UK-wide project by the Woodland Trust to mark the centenary of the First World War.
Sussex's arts calendar will be bolstered by a brand new event next year as Chestnut Tree House children's hospice and Brighton Dome join forces to host the Big Heart charity art auction in March 2015.

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