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Illustration of the Covid-19 virus with the text: Stop Covid

Latest Covid rates in Brighton & Hove

Cases have risen this week, predominantly in the 0-14 age group, in a trend reflected across England. Rates in older age groups remain lower but we still need to keep testing and getting vaccinations to stop the spread.

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Montage of two covers of the book 'Still Breathing'. Excerpts from the book are used for the Black History Month exhibition at Jubilee Library.

Black History Month 2021 

October is Black History Month in the UK. Throughout the month, Jubilee Library is hosting a ‘Still Breathing: 100 Black Voices on Racism – 100 ways to change the narrative’ exhibition.

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Man wearing gloves and masks seated in front of a laptop with another behind in a repair workshop.

Tech-Takeback wins circular economy award 

A collection and reuse service for small electricals which has collected around 22,000 items in Brighton & Hove has been voted ‘Circular Economy Project of the Year’. 

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Photo looking across homes in Brighton & Hove

More funding to support rough sleepers

More accommodation to support former rough sleepers is on the way after the latest plans to help people sleeping rough during Covid were approved at the 22 September Housing Committee.

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Brighton & Hove City Council logo

For Sabina Nessa

We lowered the flags at Hove Town Hall and Brighton Town Hall in memory of Sabina Nessa and to raise awareness of violence against women and girls. 

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An ariel view of a city, beach and sea

Another busy weekend ahead in Brighton & Hove

With good weather forecast and a number of events and planned protests taking place, we’re asking residents and visitors to plan for another busy weekend in and around the city.

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Illustration of the Covid-19 virus with the text: Stop Covid

Cases rise in secondary school age children

Cases continue to fall in most age groups, however, similar to the rest of the country we are seeing an increase in cases in secondary school aged children and young people.