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Local Brighton businesswoman, Lisa Lepki, is supporting an exciting initiative, The Page Turner Awards, to help new authors get their stories out into the world.

Guerrilla bike lanes appeared overnight on the streets of Brighton as part of an Extinction Rebellion campaign to highlight the urgent need for more cycling space in the city.

A new virtual high street delivery service is up and running. Click It Local, who's ethos is to enable local shops to be able to compete with the likes of Amazon on convenience and choice launched this week in a mission to save the local high street and help support the Brighton community.

Brighton based fashion business Pour Moi has launched a Charity Edit collection and have pledged to raise a minimum of £100,000 for Charity. The money will be split between four charities, one of them being Brighton based charity Rise.

The current national lockdown is impacting everyone - none more so however than those in our community who are surviving on low incomes or who are vulnerable and self-isolating.

Cat Walker is a Brighton-based author, who, having lived and travelled all over the world, has come to rest (for now) in sunny Saltdean, where she lives with her wife and baby son. 

For one night only on Friday (1/5/2020) at 8pm become part of an official Guinness World Records title attempt by staying in and sitting on your arse.

Brighton Festival and Same Sky are inviting every child to take part in the Children's Parade At Home to celebrate their creativity and imagination. 

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a catastrophic effect on UK charities with the cancellation of thousands of events and the loss of billions in income through fundraising events.
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A former inspector of early years education has created a unique series of children's books and learning activities that harness her professional skills and her love of dogs, a combination that is helping stay at home kids learn by having fun.

Whilst under lockdown two Brighton-based footballers have used their permitted daily exercise allowance to raise over seven thousand pounds for Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS charitable funds because they want to show gratitude for the NHS workers.

With the world now in isolation, we need to ensure those who are already isolated, lonely, and vulnerable are not forgotten, nor are they allowed to languish in the difficult weeks ahead.  

Later this year in Brighton, renowned artist Gary Hodges will host an exclusive exhibition and auction of his embellished wildlife prints to raise vital funds for international wildlife charity Born Free.
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Brighton based Collected Works CIC, has been awarded two year funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to launch an ambitious children's literacy initiative: Drawn Into Stories, working with all three primary schools in Whitehawk, East Brighton.

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