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Two Brighton-born digital companies are celebrating a joint nomination for a national award in recognition of their pioneering support for local loneliness charity, TogetherCo during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Green councillors joined Brighton residents in Hanover and Elm Grove to create a 'pop-up parklet', a temporary mini-outdoor space with chairs, cushions, a rug, plants and decorations. 

Towner International - Eastbourne's Towner's inaugural contemporary art biennial - hopes to address how artistic communities are recording and responding to the economic, political, cultural, and environmental changes that are unfolding across the world today. 

Environmental activists placed more than two-hundred pairs of shoes outside Hove Town Hall to symbolise the numbers killed or seriously injured every year in Brighton by air pollution and road traffic accidents.

A community charity campaign, launched last month to support Sussex charities, not-for-profit groups and services that have felt the devastating financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, received an incredible response from the public who nominated local charities and then voted for the winner.

Around one hundred mums, dads, kids and grandparents took part in the colourful family-friendly “bike swarm”, which began at The Level before progressing down the Old Steine, along Madeira Drive, then west to the West Pier.

Three charities have been chosen as finalists in a new campaign to help deserving causes, and now, with less than a week remaining, it's down to a public vote to see which group is selected to receive a £500 grant.
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Brighton and Sussex residents have been arrested during Extinction Rebellion protests in London.

Following the cancellation of Spring Live! and The South of England Show, The South of England Agricultural Society has announced that the Autumn Show & Game Fair 2020 has been given the green light and will go ahead as planned.

Actor and Alzheimer's Society supporter Richard Hawley has recorded a personal message during a walk in memory of his dad.

This Saturday, 5th September 2020, Digital Detox Day aims to bring awareness to the negative effects that social media can have on our mental health, encouraging social media users to build a healthier relationship with these platforms and their devices.

Displayed across the suburbs of Brighton, a new work - A Simple Act of Wonder - by artists Walter & Zoniel celebrates human connection and our experiences of joy in unprecedented times.

Recently climate and social justice demonstrators kayaked to the burnt out West Pier in front of Brighton’s landmark i360 attraction and draped it in a twelve-metre banner, which reading “Climate Emergency – Our House Is On Fire.”

Lockdown didn't mean staying still for Caity Downs, 19, from Portslade in Brighton, or Angelina Mills, 11, from Gresham in Norfolk.

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