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The Martlets Midnight Walk is back – the biggest girls’ night out of the year, and new for 2015, the Hove based hospice have added a challenging 20 mile route. 
A charity in Brighton has introduced a detox clinic for seagulls – after the birds gave up fish and became addicted to chips!
This year is well and truly the year of the vegan as Europe's biggest vegan festival, VegfestUK, announced a record attendance of 12,000 visitors at their latest event at the Brighton Centre.
The organisers of some of Europe's biggest vegan festivals VegfestUK are urging residents of Brighton and beyond to go vegan as a matter of priority ahead of their huge event at the Brighton Centre, later this month..
The Martlets Hospice is calling all enthusiastic, or persuaded, husbands, sons, & brothers – to slip into a pair of stilettos and sign up to their maiden Men in Heels sponsored dash. 
An imposing 20-metre orca whale has been unveiled to the public on Brighton beach, ahead of the fourth annual WhaleFest.
Brighton Dome and Chestnut Tree House have around 200 exclusive donated artworksfrom celebrities and artists now available on eBay until 7pm on Sunday 8th March. 
Director Paul Katis, and producer Andrew de Lotbiniere will be taking part in a Q&A in Brighton following the screening of  Kajaki. The True Story:  a tense war thriller, recounting an inspiring but shocking episode in recent British war history. 
Brighton & Hove City Council is set to become the first local authority in Britain to commission a Housing First project to tackle street homelessness and stop the revolving door of rehabilitation, hostel and street.
'Color Runners' from across the UK are set to round off a summer of colour madness by returning back to Madeira Drive, Brighton, for the third time.
The new Brighton Trans*formed website is now up-and-running. Designed by Melanie Menard, the site features photographs and the full interview transcripts that formed the basis of the much praised book of the same name. 
Fiona Oakes has broken three world records and is now the fastest woman to run a marathon on each Continent and the North Pole in elapsed and aggregate time.
Photo Credit Julia Claxton
There was a time, many moons ago, when a visit to the Sea Life Centre, in Brighton, was a treat for the kids and a way to kill a few hours for their parents.
This year sees one of the UK's biggest Pride festivals mark 25 years of Pride in the City and is widely anticipated to be one of the biggest Brighton Pride celebrations in the city to date.

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