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Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Brighton & Hove's beaches judged 'excellent' for water quality
The city’s beaches have been classified as ‘excellent’ by the Environment Agency, with two of them winning Blue Flags from Keep Britain Tidy.
We’re getting Sugar Smart – working together for a healthier future
Brighton & Hove unveiled the #SugarSmartCity initiative last October and became the first UK city to tackle sugar addiction on a city-wide scale.
Tuesday, 17 May 2016
Refuse truck removed on election day
There have been reports in the media about a refuse truck that was removed on election day.
Outstanding Ofsted report for Brighton nursery
Cherry Tree Nursery has been awarded the highest possible marks in their recent Ofsted inspection after proving there is “excellent support and care for all children”.
Nursery children are Walking Stars!
Children from three city nurseries have been enjoying learning about healthy ways to travel around the city – and the project has won them national accreditation.
Monday, 16 May 2016
A new campaign to help prevent suicide in the city has been launched today (16 May), at the start of Mental Health Awareness week.
Residents asked to be on guard over 'insurance' calls
Brighton & Hove City Council is warning people to be on their guard following reports from residents that they have received calls from someone claiming to be from the council and asking them
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