Image
Photo showing supporting hands

New Communities Fund Covid-19 recovery grants

Bids are invited for new Communities Fund resilience grants for projects helping to address the impact of Covid-19 for residents struggling with debt and vulnerable people across the city. Applications open from 8 September

Image
Trans Ally badge

The return of the badge!

Badges helping raise awareness that you can’t assume someone’s gender identity and the pronouns they use are available again across the city from Monday 1 April.
Image

Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme from 30 March

If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen living in the UK, you and your family will need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to protect the rights you currently have in the UK.
Image
Hove Town Hall

Vigils for victims of recent terrorist incidents

A number of vigils are being held across the city to remember those killed or injured in the attacks on the two mosques in New Zealand and in the incident on Sunday in Stanwell, Surrey.
Image
Brighton and Hove City Council Logo

One Voice statement on New Zealand terror attacks

Following the incident at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in New Zealand early this morning, the city’s One Voice Partnership strongly condemns this act of violence on innocent people. 
Image
Hove Town Hall

Statement on New Zealand terror attacks

The Leaders of the four political groups on Brighton & Hove City Council have released a collective statement on the terror attack in New Zealand.
Image
Pride parade participant in rainbow colours

Pride Village Party set to continue in St James's Street

The Pride Village Party will continue to be held in Brighton's St James's Street area following public consultation. Councillors discussed residents' views at the Tourism, Development & Culture Committee and expressed support for keeping the event in this area.