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"I've been waiting this out,” says Wendy James, one-time fearless front woman of chart-topping alt-rockers Transvision Vamp, “always optimistic that Covid-19 dissolution might take less time than forecasted... but not so!"
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Extinction Rebellion Brighton activists held a peaceful, socially distanced protest at Churchill Square to highlight the damaging impact fast fashion brands have on the climate.
Katie Elfer & ‘I Want to be Red'

Few people miss the daily commute, as many employees switch to home working to tackle Covid-19. Katie Elfer, a regular train passenger from Brighton, used the journey time to write her first children's book which has just been published.

Every summer, towns and cities across the UK including Brighton are filled with LGBTQ+ people celebrating Pride, but this year that wasn't going to happen - until now.

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. 
Patrick Vernon – Guest Speaker

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery and Brighton & Hove Black and minority ethnic (BME) Heritage Network will launch its Windrush Presence 2020 programme with a special online event on Monday 22 June 2020.

Applications for the Coro Nuovo Sussex Young Musician of the Year competition 2020 are now open, offering young musicians the chance to win up to £1000 to help support their music studies.

Young City Reads, the Brighton based reading project which exists to inspire children to read for pleasure, has launched Young City Reads at Home
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Environmental activists in Brighton are calling on members of the public to join them in a socially distanced mass bike ride to celebrate the benefits of high quality cycle routes in the city.
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Extinction Rebellion Brighton held a socially distanced protest on Hove seafront calling for a bigger public say in how society rebuilds following the coronavirus crisis.

Migrate Art, the art organisation fundraising to support displaced and homeless people, has partnered with ten major contemporary artists and illustrators to create limited editions of re-usable, reversible face masks.

Young people across the UK will have the chance to find out what it's like to be a record label boss, a film director or a theatre producer through a new podcast series from Lookout that brings together industry professionals from stage, screen and music to share their invaluable insights and experience on how to get into the creative industries.

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