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On the 21st December hundreds of people will walk 5k to support the NSPCC. Landmarks across the UK, including the BA i360 in Brighton and Lancing College Chapel are also supporting the charity by lighting up and turning the NSPCC's trademark green colour.
Florin and Charlie

Over one-hundred Brighton residents have been offered full or part time roles on-site at the £120 million Edward Street Quarter development as part of an ongoing social value commitment to support the local community.

The South-East's largest charity supporting vulnerable young people, YMCA DownsLink Group, has launched its Christmas fundraising appeal
Credit Stuart Robinson

Artist Amartey Golding's largest work to date - which is on display at Brighton's Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts, - encompasses an ornate handcrafted garment, two films and a photographic series that applies rituals of healing to the concept of White British Trauma. 
Credit Agnes Treherne

Glyndebourne's annual showcase of Sussex-based artists, Fair Ground I, is taking place as a physical exhibition for the first time. 

Royal Marsden prostate cancer patient Simon Aylett, from Sussex, has finished an epic 4000-mile cycle around the coast of Great Britain, raising £27k for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.

The South of England Agricultural Society's annual Winter Fair is set to return to the South of England Showground in Ardingly, West Sussex, this month.   

A host of musical talent helped national heart charity Heart Research UK raise over £70,000 with the fourth instalment of their celebrated anonymous heART project, auctioning mystery pieces of A5 art produced by internationally acclaimed artists, musicians and celebrities.

Two new artist commissions – including the first ever time that a newly commissioned piece of art will be on display in the house – contemporary responses to Charleston and the Bloomsbury group, and the first exhibition of Duncan Grant's recently discovered erotic drawings are among the highlights of Charleston's 2022 exhibition programme.

Brighton Dome is opening its doors for a day of free activities exploring wartime memories of the venue on Saturday 6th November.

National charity Heart Research UK has launched the anonymous heART project 2021, an online fundraising campaign that will see hundreds of unique anonymous masterpieces created by huge names from the art world, go under eBay's virtual hammer to raise money for life-saving research.

In an attempt to boost Brighton and Hove's winter economy a three-year contract has been granted to Hove-based E3 Events to stage a five-week long Brighton Christmas Festival.

Can you imagine what it would have been like to navigate your teenage years without a supportive family? Or, worse, that your home wasn't a safe place to be? 

Set in a coastal town in 1970s England, Barun Rai and the House on the Cliff tells the story of a young couple who move in to their dream house in a sleepy village, unbeknownst to a supernatural force gripping the area and leading to a mysterious spate of suicides.

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