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Travel support available if you’re seeking work

15th Jan

If you’re looking for work Brighton and Hove CC can help with cycling or public transport. Support is available to anyone in Hollingdean (as well as along the Lewes Road to Bevendean, Moulsecoomb, Coldean and Falmer).   For example, they can help with a bike for a tenner or bus/train travel to your first month of Read more

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Recycling and rubbish over Christmas & new year

31st Dec

For waste and recycling over  Christmas and new year, remember collection dates shift over the holiday so make sure your waste/recycling is out on the right day.  Collection dates are: Usual day Collected on…  Thursday 24 December Thursday 24 December Friday 25 December Monday 28 December Monday 28 December Tuesday 29 December Tuesday 29 December Read more

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Free collection of old electricals

12th Nov

Brighton & Hove now has a new free service for doorstep collection of unwanted small electrical items.  Residents can book online through an app for doorstep collection of gadgets including laptops, mobiles and small appliances. The service has a target of collecting 10,000 unwanted items and providing at least 500 reused electricals to residents within Read more

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Hertford Nursery Class closure, last chance to have your say

11th Nov

Consultation on closure A final consultation has started on plans to close Hertford Infant and Nursery School’s nursery class at the end of this academic year is now open until Friday 4th December. Brighton and Hove CC say the nursery class now only has seven children attending, and this number is not expected to increase. Read more

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Half Term Food Help for Families

24th Oct

Brighton and Hove CC is reminding families in the city of sources of support for those struggling to buy food  over half term. The reminder is prompted by the national campaign against food poverty led by Marcus Rashford highlighting the families reliant of Free School Meals during the school holidays. If your family needs support, Read more

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Funding available for community projects that reduce carbon

18th Oct

Applications open from Monday 19 October for community-led projects aiming to help reduce carbon emissions in the Brighton & Hove area. Funding of up to £10000 is available for local community and voluntary organisations planning projects that: promote active and sustainable travel improve open spaces support a ‘reduce, repeair, reuse, recycle approack …or other projects Read more

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Hertford Nursery School – last chance to comment on closure plan

13th Oct

The governing body of Hertford Infant and Nursery School has asked BHCC to consider the future of the school’s nursery class. The number of children in the nursery class has been falling, causing significant pressure on the school’s overall budget. Consultation on the proposal to close Hertford Schools nursery class from 31st August 2021 closes Read more

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National Adoption Week

12th Oct

Its National Adoption Week and Brighton and Hove City Council are calling for people from all backgrounds to consider becoming adoptive parents. The council is now part of the Adoption South East regional adoption agency. This is a group of councils working together to give vulnerable children the best possible chance of finding families that are a Read more

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Opportunity to sign up for solar power

3rd Oct

  Brighton and Hove CC and Solar Together Sussex are inviting residents with suitable homes to sign up to a group buying scheme for solar energy. Some residents have received an invitation letter – and anyone can sign up – even if you haven’t had a letter. By registering your interest you will receive a Read more

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