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A Brighton housing charity ia asking people to take part in a sponsored sleepout to raise money for their work with disadvantaged young people

A new book reading scheme in Brighton & Hove is thought to be the first in the country to be created in conjunction with schoolchildren to help them feel happier.

Water advocate Mina Guli is set to embark on the challenge of a life time running forty marathons, through seven deserts to deliver one message to the world – we have a water crisis and we need to do something about it, today.
Photo Credit: S. Crosby

Margaret Damer Dawson who founded the Women's Police Service was born in Hove. 

Bushcraft isn't dead insists renowned survivalist Ray Mears. In fact, he says it is a growing interest with more and more people eager to embrace the great outdoors and get in touch with their wild side. 
Photo Credit Julia Claxton

Sea Life Brighton introduced a brand new Zebra Shark to its Ocean Display and conducted an official naming ceremony in honour of four year old Maxwell Smith who is currently living with Mitochondrial Depletion in the TK2. 

We've learned a lot along the way at previous Brighton Science Festival's, not least about how people (adults and kids alike) never stop learning. 

A man who himself grew up in foster care in the Whitehawk area of Brighton has received an MBE for his services to foster care.

He may be best known for his comedic performances as the musician Super Hans in Peep Show, but actor Matt King couldn't be more serious about his support for one charity cause this Christmas.
Copyright Neville Barber

Brighton residents looking for something a little different in the way of gifts, art and entertainment this year should look no further than Festiv_Alt, a pop-up event and light switch-on with a twist presented by somewhereto_

The Brighton Centre recently announced that it will play host to Modelworld when it returns to the city in February 2016 with a brand new and improved show.

In a city that celebrates not only all things vintage, but all things creative, introducing the only analog, chemical photo booth in Brighton.

A trial into a promising treatment for Alzheimer’s disease is looking for participants in Brighton. 

With nearly 300 years of history, twenty eight writers and artists, and fourteen fantastical tales featuring unheralded characters and true events from the city's fascinating history,Brighton: The Graphic Novel is a unique collaborative collection. 

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