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Following a record number of visitors last year, Foodies Festival returns to Preston Park, Brighton, from 4th – 6th May 2024, with new features and a star-studded line-up of celebrity chefs and chart-topping acts, including: Scouting For Girls, Sister Sledge and the Symphonic Ibiza Orchestra with live vocals and DJ.

In Brighton crime writer Kim Donovan and forensic psychologist Dr Gemma Graham will share expert insights on the mystery of true crime stories and how to write them.

University of Brighton student, Lewis Heap, is one of an elite few picked from 22 countries to attend the advanced cyber security training programme in Belgium.
Walk Safe Founder Emma Kay

A partnership between personal safety app WalkSafe and Admiral has proved vital in safeguarding women in Brighton and now women in the area are being urged to download the free app and use the Safe Spaces initiative. 

In Her Hands, the community interest company dedicated to empowering women and marginalised gender identities through carpentry, woodwork, DIY, and building skills, has announced the launch of its corporate and team-building workshops.

A University of Brighton student has won 50,000 Euros to turn his design for a music studio and nightclub built from decommissioned shipping containers into reality in his native Kenya.

Three runners, including a formerly homeless man, are teaming up to run the Brighton Marathon this Sunday – 7th April – in support of homelessness charity Sussex Emmaus.
Credit: Stephen Johnson Photography

Rockinghorse Children's Charity returned to the Grand Brighton Hotel to host its annual Glitter Ball. 

For the first time, Between The Covers, the TV book club is taking to the road and visiting Theatre Royal Brighton, with a live version of the successful BBC Two series that brings books to life. 

After dedicating his life to providing access to the sea for all disabled people, quadriplegic adventurer Geoff Holt MBE DL has announced that he will be embarking on his latest voyage, demonstrating that there are no limits to our dreams. 

Escapes, returns to Brighton on Monday 25th March, as part of an initiative offering over 15,000 tickets nationwide to a special preview of new British comedy Seize Them!.

Thanks to a £100k grant from Youth Music, Rockinghorse Children's Charity and Wishing Well Music for Health will deliver three more years of music-making in children's healthcare settings across Sussex.

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