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Thursday, 8 December 2016
Popular play parks to get major makeovers
Two of the city’s popular children’s play parks are set for major makeovers in the next two months – thanks to external funding from developers.
Big thanks to 3,500 responding to parks survey
A council survey into the future of Brighton & Hove’s parks has brought a big response from residents – and many generous offers of help.
Manor Road Gym 3G Pitch and Multi Use Games Area opens
In 2005, a group of local volunteer residents took over the running of The Manor Road Gym and Activity Centre, with the aim of ensuring continued and increased usage of the Centre for a healthier
Wednesday, 7 December 2016
No ‘Pay to Stay’ in Brighton & Hove
Following a government change, Brighton & Hove City Council is assuring its tenants there are no plans to introduce the ‘Pay to Stay’ policy in the city.
Brighton & Hove social worker wins national award
A member of Brighton & Hove City Council’s adult social care team has won a prestigious national award.
Tuesday, 6 December 2016
City waste services improving for residents and businesses
The percentage of household waste sent for recycling and re-use in Brighton & Hove has increased for the first time in four years.
Christmas refuse and recycling information
Collection days are not changing this Christmas, so please put out your refuse and recycling on your usual day.
Monday, 5 December 2016
A mile a day helps you work, rest and play!
School daily exercise project improves concentration as well as fitness
Friday, 2 December 2016
Stay Local on Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday UK is a non-commercial campaign, which highlights small business success and encourages consumers to ‘shop local’ and sup
Council calls on government for ‘truly affordable rented housing’
Brighton & Hove City Council is calling on the government to change the rules on councils building homes to help the worsening housing situation in the city and elsewhere.
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