Pictured here is our late friend and donor Arthur Green (centre), with his Casserole Club friends, Ed Briggs(left) and Vicky Tremain (right). The three became great friends until Arthur sadly passed away in June. The  Arthur & Doreen Green Fund gave more than 100,000 in grants to Brighton & Hove charities since 2014.

Building caring communities across Sussex

In October, the Government published 'A connected society: a strategy for tackling loneliness', which builds on the work of the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness, set up after the tragic death of the MP in 2016.

Jo Fuller

A surfeit of squirrels

Have you ever been squirrel fishing? Have you ever used squirrels in your baking? Have you ever boarded a flight with a squirrel? These unusual questions have presented themselves to me over the past few weeks. 

Life on Tapp

In defence of the realm

During the next week or so you are going to hear an awful lot about World War One due to the fact we are inching towards the 100th anniversary of the Armistice.
Councillor Phelim MacCafferty

We bear the cost of the austerity experiment

So much for the much-hailed end of austerity. The Chancellor’s budget on Monday meant only one thing: offering nothing more than sticking plasters after a vicious assault, Brighton and Hove’s communities will go on bearing the brunt of the Conservative government’s cuts.

Cllr Daniel Yates

Chancellor’s response was unconvincing

Last week I and many thousands of councillors across the country called for the Prime Minster to tell the Chancellor to take action to reverse the impact of Tory austerity on locally delivered public services.

Peter Kyle, Hove MP

Why colleges need fairer funding

The right education can be truly transformational, and improving access to education for everybody, at any stage of their life, is what brought me into politics and what motivates me every day.

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