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The director, producer and star of new film 2:HRS, are all Brighton residents and have chosen the city to host a gala screening of the family comedy.
(c) Natuurhulpcentrum Rescue Centre

Horsham-based international wildlife charity, Born Free, has rescued King – a tiny cub with a mighty name – and he is now starting a new life in his ancestral home of Africa.

"Do I replace David Davis from the cover (and the Car boot story) or wait to see if Johnson and May join him before print day?" @TheBrexitComic

For two weeks, style seekers can help raise vital funds for life saving heart research, by buying an item from the Brighton Western Road BHF shop and adding their own personal stamp to it. The best will be in with a chance of winning one of three prizes.
Credit Paul Jones

Listening to the Unheard, a day of presentations and discussions at First Base Day Centre, will explore how much we know about the experience of rough sleepers and of Travellers in Brighton & Hove. 

One-hundred years on from the first women in the country being granted the right to vote, Brighton Dome has been officially recognised as one of forty-one buildings across England that were at the centre of suffragette action.

Sussex Resident Neil Turner took his son into the woods for the weekend to partake in a Green Woodworking Stool making course. 

The flamboyant world of Brighton in the 1880s and back-street life of the 1930s and 50s are the focus of two new books from community publisher QueenSpark Books.

Sea Life Brighton has issued an urgent appeal for the public to become more responsible with their waste after collecting a record amount of rubbish on Brighton beach. 

The drama and magic of Glyndebourne Festival provide the inspiration for a new children’s book, The Mulberry Bees.

A special ceremony is being held this month at Woodvale Cemetery, Brighton, to return the gravestone of Thomas Highflyer, a 12-year-old slave boy who was rescued from a slave dhow and died in Brighton 148 years ago.

The Wildlife For All Trust is an environmental charity with a unique approach. Like many other organisations, it works to conserve endangered species and habitats. Unlike other organisations, it puts a lot of emphasis on tackling human problems such as greed, selfishness, and the “me, me, me” mentality. 


Diep-Haven is a cross-channel festival of contemporary creation which takes place annually in East Sussex, UK and Normandy, France, rooted in the towns of Newhaven and Dieppe.

Brighton based gallery 35 North Contemporary Fine Art is set to host Deanland, a new exhibition of original work by painter Alexander Johnson and photographer John Brockliss. 

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