10 August 2014
We all love our four legged friends, don’t we? So loyal, loving and furry. Well, here is your chance to have a relaxing day out with your family and furry chums! This event is a nice day out, it’s free, and features arts and crafts, stalls, brass band and the Scruffs Dog Show. Scruffs will include fun games such as the planned ‘hunt the sausage’ competition!
26 July 2014
If you’re a local resident of Brighton, or even if you’re just passing through, there’s a Brighton based all-female, all-skates-all-the-time group that you simply have to see…
Various dates in July and August
July is a fantastic month for festivals. The weather great and it seems to put everyone in a great mood. And with so many fun things to do, we all have every reason to be in great moods! We’ve pulled together a list of our top favourite festivals in July/August. Spoiler alert! There will be film, sand, literature, beer, tea, kites dance and a whole lot of Pride! Intrigued? Read on!
Various dates in July and August 2014
A Brighton Pride is not just for Christmas; it is for life! Or rather, a Brighton Pride is not just about the parade; it’s about a lot of things really. Brighton Pride involves a variety of events that culminate in the Pride parade – events that you may not be aware of.
21/06-22/06/2014 & 28/06-29/06/2014
If you liked the London’s Open Garden Squares event recently, then you will definitely LOVE Brighton’s Garden Gadabout. The event gives access passes to 40 private gardens and community spaces in the Brighton & Hove area. You will no longer have to ‘sneak-a-peek’ at these previously hidden away places! The event is split over two weekends so if you’re busy one weekend, not to worry. You can catch it the next!
August of this year marks a hundred years since the start of World War I.
15 June 2014
It is almost Fathers’ Day, which means you can start planning a well-deserved day out for your father (and you of course). Luckily, there is a lot to do in Brighton. We have picked some things for you and dad for an unforgettable day out in Brighton.
7 June 2014
The Kemp Town Carnival used to be a community collaboration between Sussex House and St. Georges and has been around since the mid nineties. Over the years, the street festival has grown tremendously in size and celebrates this summer with the theme of Flowers.