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Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Rudyard Kipling primary library ‘transformed’
One of Britain’s top children’s poets, Brian Moses, is performing poems with children at Rudyard Kipling primary school in Brighton on Wednesday 29 March to help celebrate the re-opening of the sc
Tuesday, 28 March 2017
All smiles as playground re-opens
Children from Boomerang Nursery were among the first to enjoy new improved playground facilities at Saltdean Park.
Monday, 27 March 2017
Cold water warning follows huge sea rescue effort
Council leader Warren Morgan has praised the outstanding efforts of emergency services, the council’s seafront team and members of the Brighton Surf Club in trying to rescue a drowning man near th
Nursery leads the way in healthy school travel
Children, parents, carers and staff from Footsteps Nursery in Hove are leading the way in encouraging active and sustainable travel around the city.
Friday, 24 March 2017
Disposing of furniture in the street is a crime
A new campaign is well underway reminding householders it is a criminal offence to dispose of household items in the street.
Thursday, 23 March 2017
City's One Voice partnership statement on Westminster incident
First ever Chinese Student Society VIP Fam Trip comes to Brighton & Hove
The first ever VIP Fam Trip for senior members of the UK’s Chinese Student Societies takes place in Brighton and Hove this weekend.
Wednesday, 22 March 2017
Leader of Brighton & Hove City Council's statement on incident at the Palace of Westminster
Councillor Warren Morgan said:
Changes to the summer bus services
There are changes are being made to local bus services this summer.
Keeping children safe online
Mums are leading the way with training to help protect children from falling prey to online risks, including extremism.
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