Month: October 2010

Ron Cunningham eating fire

The Great Omani

Twenty years after the original Encyclpædia of Brighton researched and written by Tim Carder, was published, the fascinating, informative and entertaining New Encyclopædia of Brighton by the acclaimed biographer Rose Collis, combines the best of the original text with hundreds of new subjects. Here’s an extract which resonates […]

Speed Networking in action

Speed Networking

A world record, recognised by the Guinness Book of Records, was achieved for “the largest single mass participation business speed networking under controlled conditions in a single venue in an evening in the world.” The event was organised by the dynamic Michaela Walker of Brighton & Hove Business […]

Will Writing Week

Age Concern Brighton Hove & Portslade is holding a local Will Writing Week in partnership with local solicitors across the City from Monday 18 October. The Week aims to highlight: The importance of those over 50 having an up-to-date will, even if they do not think of themselves […]

10:10:10

10:10:10 A Global Day of Doing

10:10 has joined forces with international campaign group 350 to co-ordinate 10:10:10 – the biggest-ever day of positive action on climate change on Sunday 10 October 2010.Together we can trigger a tidal wave of emissions reductions, and send a powerful message to world leaders that we are already two […]

Sheep in St Nicholas Churchyard

Sheep May Safely Graze

The ancient parish church of Brighton, St Nicholas, is dedicated to St Nicholas, the Bishop of Myra, patron saint of fishermen and sailors, children, pawnbrokers and Russia. A church with this dedication has been the centre of Christian worship in Brighton for the past nine hundred years and […]