The Brighton Centre

The Brighton Centre is a huge conference and concert venue serving Brighton and Hove. Many political party conferences are held there, and a huge amount of the worlds most famous musicians, singers and entertainers have performed there over the thirty two years since it first opened its doors. As well as performances and meetings, the […]

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Brighton Seafront

The beach at Brighton has long been a magnet for tourists and holidaymakers looking for rest and relaxation, or fun and excitement. Traditionally it is Londoners who frequent these glorious stretches of English coastline, thereby earning the place the common nickname of London Beach. The entire seafront at Brighton stretches for an enormously long seven […]

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Brighton Piers

Brighton is a bustling seaside town on the beautiful south coast of England, and in the picturesque county of West Sussex, has been one of the most popular destinations for many generations of British holidaymakers. There are two piers in Brighton. Well, that is, there used to be ‘The West Pier’ quite famously burnt down […]

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Brighton Marina

The area which we now know as Brighton Marina has not always looked quite as it does now. Indeed the Marina has only existed since 1979, just thirty years ago. The marina itself is fully man-made. The building work began on it in 1971; it was such a huge project that it took eight years […]

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Royal Pavilion, Brighton

The Brighton Royal Pavilion was originally just a small farmhouse in the countryside on the south coast of England. To anybody who has visited the pavilion today this may seem a little impossible, as this is quite possibly the most ornate and extravagantly styled stately home that has ever been built in England. The Prince […]

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