Spooky times as Halloween sweeps across Brighton
by Brighton Council
Under One Rainbow held their first community Halloween party this year, with over 100 children arriving to the event in the first hour alone, and 300 people overall. There were lots of fun activities on offer – face painting, tattoos, sausage sizzle, showbags, music and of course, lots of lollies! Under One Rainbow is currently not funded and is managed by a dedicated group of community members. You can find out more about the group on their Facebook page.
The Halloween fun continued with a free breakfast pop-up held at Jordan River Learning Federation Senior School on Tuesday 31 October, thanks to the Brighton Youth Action Group (BYAG). Members of BYAG served up a Halloween breakfast bonanza to around 80 students. Dressed in spooky Halloween costumes, you couldn’t miss the group, who were busy handing out egg and bacon rolls, hamburgers, fruit, cupcakes, drinks and lollies to students.