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With the world now in isolation, we need to ensure those who are already isolated, lonely, and vulnerable are not forgotten, nor are they allowed to languish in the difficult weeks ahead.  

Whilst under lockdown two Brighton-based footballers have used their permitted daily exercise allowance to raise over seven thousand pounds for Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS charitable funds because they want to show gratitude for the NHS workers.

Later this year in Brighton, renowned artist Gary Hodges will host an exclusive exhibition and auction of his embellished wildlife prints to raise vital funds for international wildlife charity Born Free.
Credit Jen O'Brien

Brighton based Collected Works CIC, has been awarded two year funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to launch an ambitious children's literacy initiative: Drawn Into Stories, working with all three primary schools in Whitehawk, East Brighton.
Credit Andy Sturmey

This month will henceforth be earmarked as an opportunity to celebrate and share stories of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, and the history of gay rights and related civil rights movements across the UK.

Reuben started dancing when he was two years old and started attending classes when he was only four. Now thirteen, the Brighton-based wunderkind competes all over Europe in street dancing competitions and recently won the prestigious accolade of World Champion in Advance Solo in the Under 12s division, which he says was an “amazing experience.”
Credit Nobby-Clark

Inventive, witty and Noël Coward's own favourite play, Blithe Spirit is set to visit Theatre Royal Brighton, this month, with comic actress, Jennifer Saunders staring as the eccentric clairvoyant Madame Arcati.
Credit Brighton Dome

Brighton Dome has accepted the donation of a new defibrillator to the Concert Hall. Mark and Nigel Atwell gave the life-saving device in memory of their late father, Trevor Atwell who regularly attended concerts at the venue. 
Credit Julien Bonnin

A new photography space in Brighton open twenty-four hours a day for passers-by to experience an installed artwork by emerging photographers - Fabrica's In Between Gallery - will display a work that addresses the conflict in the Middle East; it's memory, narrative and mythology. The exhibition opens today, Thursday 28 November.

A reading project for primary school children has revealed Malamander has been chosen as the Young City Reads title for 2020. 
Credit Alexander Sallons

Green candidates - Ollie Sykes for Hove, Alexandra Phillips for Brighton Kemptown and Caroline Lucas for Brighton Pavilion have launched their campaigns in central Brighton.

RadioReverb is appealing for community groups and charities in Brighton & Hove to nominate themselves as the radio station's Charity of the Year.
Anooshka Rawden, Cultural Heritage Lead at South Downs National Park

With humans inhabiting the South Downs for millennia, it's no wonder this rolling landscape is a swirling cauldron of myths, legends, folklore and ghost stories.

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