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The honour of 'Freedom of the City' of Brighton & Hove has been awarded by the Green council to 'all those who helped during the pandemic,'  kick-starting a programme of recognition of city residents that will run throughout the year.

Following months of closure for many stores across the UK, successful pop-up marketplace The Pop-Up Club is returning to Brighton's Dukes Lane.

Students with additional educational needs from across the South have come together to participate in the South of England Agricultural Society's 23rd Jim Green Challenge. But, due to Covid, the format of the competition changed for 2021.

A local community group is creating new school resources for primary and secondary schools focusing on the story of the Three Kings of Botswana and their visit to Brighton and Sussex in 1895. 

Brighton & Hove Green Councillors joined in solidarity with the city's trans and non-binary community and allies once again as part of last weekend's annual Trans Pride celebrations in the city.
Credit Rob Harris

Brighton CCA is set to present Duplex an exhibition of new works by Brazilian artist Alexandre da Cunha curated in collaboration with Jenni Lomax. 

From Saturday 24th July Brighton Palace Pier will play host to the spot where real life and VR collide to create a unique fairground ride experience.
Credit Jacob Cook

The Ocean Film Festival will visit Brighton Dome this September with a brand-new collection of the world's most inspirational ocean-themed films, from below and above the surface.

Whilst many families were busy hunting chocolate eggs and looking for ways to keep the children busy during the Easter holidays, the team at East Sussex Music were making lots of noise working hard at their Holiday Food and Fun Workshops. 

As part of its work to tackle food poverty, Southern Co-op has promised to add £1 to the value of every Healthy Start Voucher which is currently worth £4.25.
Credit:Sam Stephenson

Edward Street Quarter treated guests to rooftop sea views as Brighton's newest neighbourhood celebrated reaching its highest point.

Following months of closure for many stores across the UK, successful pop-up marketplace The Pop-Up Club is returning to Brighton's Dukes Lane.

To celebrate the launch of Fear Street Part 1: 1994, the first instalment in the Fear Street Trilogy, Netflix will open three UK branches of Shadyside Videos; including a nostalgic 90s horror-themed pop-up store in Brighton.

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