Viva Brighton Issue #85 March 2020




Art & design.

58-65. There’s dark domesticity in Shani

Rhys James’ paintings at Charleston; artist

and therapist Rue Asher is at Chalk Gallery

in Lewes; and some of what’s on, art-wise,

this month.

Kelly Gallagher, CBE. First Woman to win British Winter Paralympic Gold. November

2016, Scrabo Tower, County Down, Northern Ireland. Photographed by Anita Corbin.

The way we work.

67-71. Adam Bronkhorst spends a morning

at Martlets hospice in Hove.


73-77. Ember-baked leeks, grilled chicory

and chargrilled cabbage – we share food

from the fire at Kindling. A roasted roots

salad to make you happy from Gemma

Ogston’s Self-Care Cookbook; Joe has

a chicken and mango sandwich at Café

Domenica in Hove Library, and just a

taster of this month’s food news.




78-87. Emma Croman explores stories

of body confidence, self-acceptance and

empowerment in the VALID project; we

talk to NHS Psychotherapist Donna Butler

about caring for the local NHS workforce;

and Paul Zara gets an update on the ‘three

T’s redevelopment’ at the Royal Sussex

County Hospital. Brighton-based charity

Grassroots Suicide Prevention are tackling

the taboo around suicide and teaching us

how to have life-saving conversations, and

Rachel Larkin is uncovering the stories of

young, unaccompanied female migrants.


89. Michael Blencowe remembers his mate

Alf and prepares for a frog frenzy.

Inside left.

90. Brighton & Hove Grammar School,

1914: back when BHASVIC was a home for

the war wounded.

Photo by Gemma Ogston

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