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Giant snails everywhere!

Giant snails around Brighton and Hove popped up over the autumn – and they’ve now been sold. Designed by a wide range of artists and sponsored by local businesses, the colourful snails were auctioned and sold for a total of £231,400 for…
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Equal pay for players

Why pay women less than men? Apart from that general question, why should gender make a big difference to your pay if you’re playing football?  Lewes FC is the first football club in the world to treat and pay its women’s and men’s…
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Developers' money and the benefits to communities

How can developers’ money help revitalise and contribute to Brighton and Hove? A council and developer panel discussed the issues at Construction Voice. Balancing residents’ worries about the impact of new development projects with potential…
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Major developments for Brighton's future

It’s Brighton, it’s 2018, and everything is changing! If you have been paying attention walking around Brighton over the last year, you will have noticed the building site currently located on Circus Street. While in this gloomy wet and…
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Free money for everyone!

Now I have your attention, let me tell you about a scheme that has been gathering momentum incredibly quickly over the last few years. Universal Basic Income – or free money for everyone! Where did I learn about something so exciting? A…
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Wired Sussex is 10 - join the party

The digital and creative industry is booming, with thousands of firms in Brighton and neighbouring Sussex towns. Wired Sussex, the membership organisation for the industry, is about to celebrate its 10th anniversary and we're helping to sponsor…
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A Snowdog for everyone

Process Pup has a new home! Come and see a colourful Snowdog – back in public for everyone to enjoy. Through the hard work and elbow grease of a team of people, she is now easily accessible for everyone in Brighton and Hove to come…
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All the fun of the fairs

We're supporting 2 events during the Brighton Fringe Festival: fairs at the Open Market. The first event is the Fairytale Fair on Saturday 20th May. These successful and popular events take place regularly around Brighton and Hove…
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We support RadioReverb

We love RadioReverb. We like to support community events around Sussex and we also like all kinds of music - so RadioReverb, a community radio station based in Brighton and Hove, ticks all those boxes. Reverb has no advertising and no set…
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We helped buy a Snowdog!

If you walked around Brighton and Hove in the autumn, you probably saw some of the 44 colourful Snowdog sculptures. Designed by a wide range of artists, they were sold by auction and raised more than £337,000 for Martlets Hospice. Many are…
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All you need is love

We bounce around Sussex, get to know places and that means we hear about things going on. Festivals, carnivals, fairs, art events, shows, markets and everything else. The Love Festival started in 2013 as part of an annual arts week in Littlehampton.…
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We're supporting RadioReverb

We like to support community events around Sussex. We also like all kinds of music. So RadioReverb, a community radio station, ticks all those boxes. RadioReverb has no advertising and no set playlists - DJs can play whatever they like. It…
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Our support for community events

We believe passionately in supporting community events, projects and activities around Sussex. This year that included backing a pop-up art gallery (pictured) during Arundel Festival. During 2015, Quick HR provided sponsorship and/or practical…
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We support Goodmoney

A new gift voucher scheme for local shops and businesses has launched in Brighton and Hove. We’re supporting Goodmoney and so far 150 businesses have signed up to take part in the scheme. You can buy £5, £10 or £25 vouchers and use them…
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Pop-up art gallery

We supported a pop-up art gallery as part of Arundel Festival. LOCA Arts ran the Virgin Gallery from Saturday 22nd August to Monday 31st August. The gallery, at the Victoria Institute in Tarrant Street, featured a wide range of artists who…
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The joy of street art

Travelling around Brighton and Hove, I spot street art all the time. Often I’ll snap a photo because you can never predict how long it’s going to be there. Some areas have little change, like Kensington Street in the North Laine, but in…
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Brian walking on hot coals

Ever wanted to make an HR person walk on hot coals? Now’s your chance. I’ve agreed to take part in a sponsored firewalk. To be honest, my first reaction was to laugh hysterically and say there was absolutely no way I would do it. Why would…
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We’re supporting RadioReverb this weekend

We like to support community events around Sussex. We also like all kinds of music. So RadioReverb, a community radio station, ticks all those boxes. Reverb has no advertising and no set playlists - DJs can play whatever they like. It makes…