Foodilic in Brighton launches new vegan menu

A restaurant has changed the menu at one of its branches to make it 100 per cent vegan. Foodilic has outlets in North Street and Dean Street, Brighton, and has gone vegan at the latter after noticing a gap in the market. A spokeswoman said: “There wasn’t a vegan restaurant in the area and the […]

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Brighton traders say business is booming thanks to the sun

TRADERS are celebrating with business booming thanks to the recent sunny spells. Numerous families have been visiting seafront and the city centre during half-term with businesses seeing a significant increase in customers. Staff at Loading, a retro gaming bar, said: “With it being half term this week, we’ve seen a lot more people coming in. […]

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‘Climate strike in Brighton was a big success’

ORGANISERS of Brighton’s climate change march have hailed it as an “absolutely fantastic” success. An estimated 15,000 people in more than 60 towns and cities campaigned for action on climate change and in Brighton hundreds of students took to the streets last Friday, urging the Government to take urgent action on climate change. Jake Woodier, […]

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Campaign to create care packages for homeless women

Campaign to create care packages for homeless women A magazine founder is raising money to distribute care packages to homeless women in Brighton this winter. Caitlin-Finn Ballard, 22, who works at a music agency in London and co-runs King Mob Magazine, got the idea after watching BBC documentary Girls Living on the Streets of Brighton, […]

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