Shared Lives is a scheme to support adults who are unable to live independently. Could you be a carer?
A public consultation launches today on the Pride Village Party (PVP) which takes place in St James’s Street each year over Pride weekend. The consultation is an opportunity for residents and businesses to have their say on the future of the PVP.
We have temporarily suspended our Cityclean Facebook and Twitter accounts. This is mainly due to staff shortages, which we are working hard to overcome.
Staff from Middle Street Primary School are going to the House of Lords to talk about their success in helping pupils who struggle with reading.
Nearly half a million pounds is to be invested in a new support project for children whose parents are alcohol dependent.
Fewer people are rough sleeping in the city new figures reveal. The official figure for the city, verified by independent organisation Homeless Link, is 64 people.
Residents will be able to report noise complaints throughout the entire weekend, and we will get back to them the following morning with the offer of a visit that day.
Overnight shelter is provided in extreme weather for all people who are sleeping rough, most often during the cold winter months.
Tickets are still available for Brighton & Hove’s biggest annual showcase of local dance talent on Saturday 8 December.
During the summers of 2014/2015 heavy rainfall caused more than 100 properties in the city to flood as sewers and drains were unable to cope.