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Caroline Lucas joined hundreds of bighearted revellers for music, poetry, food and dancing in the Space For All Festival at the revamped Rose Hill Tavern. The event marked the launch of Brighton Migrant Solidarity's Thousand 4 £1000 project. by: Mike Cobley
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Hazel Rochez's mother, Thelma Jenkinson, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in  2001 and died in 2003. 

It's the ultimate rock 'n' roll road trip. In 2016, on the 90th anniversary of the opening of America's 'Mother Road', Brightonians Suzanne Rolfe and Melita Dennett spent five weeks travelling the dirt roads and gravel byways of Route 66.


Artists are turning to bees and bananas for inspiration as Brighton's ONCA Gallery hosts Experiencing Change | Changing Experience, which sees several artists, from a group known as the e:collective, look at our relationship with change on a social, economic, environmental and personal level. 

The team from Gay Star News will be attending Brighton Pride to hand out 2,500 of their free Pride Bags to attendees. 


Alzheimer's Society is urging families to spend time together tackling the biggest health issue of our time, by joining the Brighton Memory Walk to raise money for a world without dementia.

Chisenhale Dance Space and The Marlborough Theatre are small organisations: small staff, small budgets, but with big communities, and big opportunities. 

Green councillors have spoken of their fears for the future of HIV prevention services in Brighton & Hove, after the city's Health & Wellbeing board approved a 20% cut in prevention and support services.

Rail union RMT revealed today that every manager on Southern Rail with the correct safety certification has been press-ganged into working as an ad-hoc guard to try and make the emergency timetable work.

An inspirational project linking older people with hens and arts to combat social isolation has brought its pioneering work to Brighton.

The Big Heart Auction is a very special charity art auction, raising money for Chestnut Tree House children's hospice and Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival's Umbrella Club,for young people with life-limiting conditions.

In the wake of the events in Orlando earlier this month, Odeon Cinemas will hold special charity screenings of hit British film Pride. 

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

To honour the memory and show solidarity following the tragic events at Pulse, an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, and victims of all hate crimes, an act of remembrance will take place on the main stage at Brighton Pride, on Saturday 6th August.

Prepare to step beyond space and time for a very special one-off event on Saturday 16th July 2016, as Brighton Science Festival tackles the science of Doctor Who.

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