Police donate cash to new Brighton scout group

A new scout group in Brighton is to be given £300 by Sussex Police from the proceeds of selling confiscated property, the force said. The money will help the 55th Brighton (Moulsecoomb) Scout Group to fund the use of a venue and equipment. A spokesman for the group’s cub pack...
Posted On 03 Nov 2016 at 9:20 pm

New Brighton park officially handed over after residents’ battle with developer

A new Brighton park was officially handed over to the city council last week by a housing developer after months of pressure from residents angry it had been left half finished. Bellway Homes agreed to provide the play spaces at Redhill Park as part of a planning agreement when...
Posted On 03 Nov 2016 at 2:49 pm

Owner of one of Brighton’s most filthy takeaways banned from working with food

The owner of one of Brighton’s most filthy takeaways has been banned from working with food and ordered to pay more than £7,000 in fines and court costs. The New Lotus Takeaway in Dyke Road closed down in July, but by then Brighton and Hove City Council had levelled 47...
Posted On 03 Nov 2016 at 2:02 pm

Police patrols after flasher targets Brighton schoolgirls

Police are to patrol the Prestonville area of Brighton after a man flashed at four young Brighton schoolgirls on Tuesday as they walked home. Schools have put out a warning after the incident, which happened near the railway lines on Dyke Road Drive. A police spokesman said:...
Posted On 03 Nov 2016 at 12:10 pm

Brighton Wahaca closed after norovirus outbreak

Brighton Wahaca was closed on Sunday and Monday this week after six people became ill with norovirus in an outbreak which has affected hundreds of people at branches across the country. Public Health England is investigating after more than 300 people fell ill in nine branches of...
Posted On 03 Nov 2016 at 11:05 am

Evicted Brighton theatre in search for new home – and name

A new Brighton theatre says its “world has been turned upside down” after being evicted from its striking home following the closure of its front of house cafe. 88 London Road, formerly Emporium, reassured audiences that the show would go on in its renovated Methodist...
Posted On 03 Nov 2016 at 10:13 am

Twelve affordable homes to be built in Brighton’s ‘graffiti alley’

Twelve “affordable” homes are to be built in Brighton’s ‘graffiti alley’ if the scheme is granted planning permission at a meeting next week. The 12 homes will be built on three vacant brownfield plots, currently used for car parking, in Kensington Street, Brighton. Each of the...
Posted On 03 Nov 2016 at 3:08 am
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