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Brighton's Rebellious, Untamed Nature - Just Part of it's Huge Appeal

Do or be whatever you like in Brighton Sussex has a reputation for independence of thought, an admiration of the independence of others, toleration of others and an aversion to being pushed around or told what to do. The unofficial Sussex motto is “we wunt be druv” – in Sussex dialect which was once spoken in the Sussex area, translates in English to ‘We won’t be driven’ and is still used by the Sussex Bonfire Societies today. How does Brighton and Hove live b... Read More
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Red Nose Day 2015!

Red Nose Day 2015!

As ELC is itself a charity, we jumped at the chance to get everyone in the school involved in raising some money for Comic Relief, a British charity funded in 1985 in response to famine in Ethiopia. The charity states that its aim is to "bring about positive and lasting change in the lives of poor and disadvantaged people, which we believe requires investing in work that addresses people's immediate needs as well as tackling the root causes of poverty and injustice" - Wikipedia Red Nose Day... Read More
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Showing Posts 1 to 2 of 2 in Category: Month: March 2015
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