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Pic © UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor
Thomas Soud, member of UK Youth Parliament from Brighton and Hove, attended a special event in the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the parliament called by Simon De Montfort, which met from January to mid-March 1265.
Brighton Science Festival returns for its tenth year to prove there's a lot more to science than test tubes and prime numbers.
The Brighton Centre is set to host the renowned Modelworld exhibition, which will be returning to the venue from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd February 2015, and The Brighton Magazine have two family tickets up for grabs.
Brighton & Hove City Council has been rated the most gay-friendly local authority in the country by pressure group Stonewall in its Top 100 list of employers for 2015..
First presented at Shanghai’s V Art Centre in 2013, The Dissident- now joined by the work of Brighton-based artist Jim Sanders- searches for proximity in the work of two artists placed at a distance culturally, artistically and geographically.
In the run up to Brighton Half Marathon and Brighton Marathon, comedian and actor Eddie Izzard shares his experience of running and the important role that volunteers played throughout his incredible marathon achievements.
A Cancer Landscape is a ground-breaking exhibition, led by Sussex Community NHS Trust, which explores cancer as both a physical reality and an emotional journey.
Lulu, the 75-year-old giant green sea turtle at Brighton Sea Life Centre, has been immortalised in two stunning sculptures created by Brighton artist, Piers Mason. 
The Brighton Half Marathon registration deadline, 18th January, is fast approaching and Diabetes UK is now selling their last few places available for one pound for the event, on 22nd February 2015.
Piers and Queers, a walking tour during the national LGBT History Month, follows in the footsteps of some of the historical Brightonians who lived outside the norms of sexuality and gender.
“I want young people to realise that they have the power to change the world right from their bedroom, kitchen table or garden shed."
Pic WaterAid/ Eliza Deacon
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.

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