A campaign group lobbying for improvements to the railway line between London and Brighton has been bolstered by support from Adur and Worthing councils.
Visually-impaired bus passengers can now get the full benefit from new, recently-installed Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) displays, thanks to the provision of audio key fobs.
14 young people who attend Homewood College, a special school in Moulsecoomb serving those with complex social, emotional and mental health needs, are poised to to build and then race a solar-powered kit car as part of the national Greenpower Education Trust project.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent visited the Ricardo Shoreham Technical Centre today to dedicate the new events, exhibitions and training facility that celebrates the company’s centenary – and its ongoing focus on innovation and sustainability.
Brighton Metropolitan College (the MET) has been awarded £5 million of Local Growth Funding by Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to redevelop its city-centre campus on Pelham Street. The funding will allow the MET to build a new Centre for Creative and Digital Industries that will train the next generation of creative and digital workers.
Successful organisations may fly the Queen’s Award flag at their principal premises and are entitled to use the Emblem on their stationery, advertising and goods.