New space in Jubilee Library to discuss climate
Come along to Jubilee Library at 12 noon on Sunday 17 November to the launch of the 'Shine a Light' space. The centrepiece is a chandelier made from plastic bottle tops.
True Grit! We’re ready for the winter ice
Our 24 hours a day, seven days a week gritting service is up and running from now until next March, and beyond if necessary, with our teams geared up for the first icy snap of this year.
General Election candidates confirmed
The candidates for the constituencies of Brighton Kemptown, Brighton Pavilion, and Hove have been confirmed.
Excellent! Our sea gets highest cleanliness award
The government has praised the city's sea water quality, and has given it an 'Excellent' rating.
Civil partnerships open up to opposite-sex couples
The law has changed - you can contact our register office now to arrange your special day, and the new ceremonies start on New Year's Day.
Transgender Day of Remembrance
Two community events are being held on Sunday 17 November to mark this year’s Transgender Day of Remembrance - an annual event held on 20 November honouring the memory of transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.
Exciting new seafront food hall will boost local business
Brighton's flagship Shelter Hall is set to become the city's first Food Hall. The project, run by new company Sessions Market, will be home to up to ten independent Brighton & Hove food businesses offering a wide range of cuisine.
Review of PSPOs in parks and opens spaces
A proposal to review the Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) introduced in a number of the city’s open spaces and the seafront is being discussed by councillors.
Horse power arrives in Stanmer Park
Heavy horses will be working in Stanmer woodland over the next three weeks helping to remove ash and sycamore trees thinned out as part of the council's Woodland Management Plan.