Brighton

A Spike in Spiking: Brighton’s reaction to chemical-armed predators

Since the long awaited re-opening of nightclubs, citizens of Brighton and beyond have been exercising their right to a fun fuelled, stress-free night of dancing. For most, the nightclub is an environment where you can let loose, but for a malicious few it’s a hub of vulnerable men and women to prey on. A recent increase in reports of spiked drinks, injection spikings and circulation of traumatising experiences has sparked plans amongst Brighton’s students to boycott clubs until efforts have […]
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Kelp! I Need Somebody… Brighton’s Ocean Wildlife making a HUGE Recovery

A good day for our seas! On the 24th of March 2021 a new law – The Nearshore Trawling Byelaw – was approved by the UK Government. It sounds rather dry, but it couldn’t be wetter! The law made it illegal to use bottom trawling fishing practices between Shoreham and Selsey… and our beautiful Sussex coast is already the better for it. Bottom trawling is an incredibly destructive way of fishing which has been used extensively on our coast line […]
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Welcome Boost for Culture

The Government’s Welcome Back Fund is giving a welcome boost to creative and cultural organisations in Brighton & Hove as they begin to recover from the impact of Covid-19. The Fund, which aims to ensure city centres and seaside resorts are ready to welcome back visitors as lockdown restrictions ease, is managed by local authorities and £583,538 has been awarded to Brighton & Hove. £170,000 will support the city’s creative and tourism economy as part of the ABCD Plan for […]
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