Spectacular hats created by world famous master milliner Stephen Jones will go on display in the Royal Pavilion from February 7 to June 9. Stephen Jones OBE has designed hats for celebrities from Lady Gaga to the Duchess of Sussex.
Members of Fresh Start Portslade, working in partnership with the council, have won Heritage Lottery funding to preserve the remains of one of the oldest manor houses in the country and bring its fascinating story to life.
Brighton & Hove Albion Women’s team manager and former England manager Hope Powell explains how women’s football is developing both nationally and locally, how the Albion is investing in the women’s game and why the stadium and wider city is the perfect location for the UEFA European Women's Championship.
Watch our short film to find out why the gardens at Woodvale Crematorium are a wonderful place to visit in the Spring. Bereavement Services officer Sandra Ventris tells us what makes the Victorian burial grounds so special.
The Women's World Cup Trophy Tour stopped off at the Royal Pavilion - the only English venue included in the tour of 24 countries - as the city prepares to welcome the Lionesses to the AMEX stadium on June 1 to play their final warm up match before leaving for France.
Beaches at Hove Lawns and central Brighton will be flying Blue Flags this summer after being rated as 'excellent' by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy. Saltdean beach has been given a Seaside Award.
Come along to enjoy and take part in performances, workshops, taster sessions and music talk as Jubilee and Hove Libraries host a programme of community music events to celebrate Make Music Day on Friday 21 June.
An update on preparations to transfer the Royal Pavilion & Museums into a charitable trust will be discussed by councillors next week. There is a proposal to make the established Royal Pavilion & Museums Foundation the 'vehicle' for the new trust.
Seafront shelters are being renovated ahead of the summer holiday season. Eight of the 17 shelters on Brighton & Hove promenade are currently fenced off while timbers are repaired and painted. The work is due to be completed by mid-July.