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Brighton-based ONCA Trust have embarked on their first research expedition with a crew of artists and researchers, setting sail across the Northern Atlantic, on the search for great whales and dolphins.

"Outside, the wind is blowing. Waves with white tops splash onto the walkways and clouds like giant black bowling balls hang heavily above the... more >>


The Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival has created a gigantic training shoe out of sandfor the Chestnut Tree House children's hospice, who are based in Sussex.

The trainer, which used 3 tonnes of sand, took 12 hours to carve and measures 1.9m x 2m was created especially to celebrate the Chestnut Tree Hou... more >>


Brighton & Hove City Council has been named the top local authority in the country for tackling homophobic and biphobic bullying in schools.

Leading pressure group Stonewall has put the council in first place in their 2014 Education ... more >>


From this week, benches shaped like open books will pop up all over London for Brighton's commuters and travellers to find and enjoy.

Photograph By Peter Tierney

In 1983 Marian Ferguson and her husband decided to become foster carers for Brian, a young boy with Downs Syndrome.

Wind the clock forward 31 years to the present day – and Brian is still happily living with Marian.


Brighton and Hove Primary School pupils were treated to a novel lesson in silliness this month as zany picture book author, Chae Strathie dropped into their schools as part of the Scottish Friendly Children's Book Tour. 

1500 primary school pupils took part in Chae's series of interactive shows, which visited 10 schools in the area.


City College Brighton and Hove's Visual Arts End of Year Show, one of the highlights of the city's art calendar, is being held in the College's York and Trafalgar buildings on Pelham Street, for the next two days. 

From a department graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted, the final projects from over 300 students who complete their courses this year... more >>


Brighton's Big Screen is promising a great line-up of blockbuster and classic movies plus the live coverage of the Football in Brazil until 13th July 2014. 

The free outdoor beach Cinema is showcasing a mixture of movie classics and recent box office hits on the gigantic 40M2 screen including: ... more >>


How can we keep the memory of the Holocaust alive when fewer and fewer survivors are still with us to tell us about their experiences? What role can the Arts play in telling current and future generation about the Holocaust and fostering empathy with all its victims?

Film makers, visual artists, actors and musicians continue depicting the Holocaust, but are there risks when art replaces authentic t... more >>


'One size fits all' may work for silly hats and plastic ponchos, but when it comes to sexuality, diversity reigns supreme.

This year Brighton-based sculpture Jamie McCartney will take part in Guerilla Science... more >>


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