Brilliant Brighton

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As someone who has been on one of our tours, participated in our events or expressed an interest in All-Inclusive History, we thought you might like to hear about our biggest and most exciting new development to date.

We are extremely excited to announce the launch of a series of ‘Brilliant Brighton publications that we have written for the Argus. They have just gone on sale for £2.47 including p&p.

They will include 400 fantastic facts about Sussex’s biggest city, such as which famous Brighton author was once Orson Welles’s house cleaner, the man who saved the Pavilion, the road junction with rude links, how a bubble killed Errol Flynn’s mother and the Jack the Ripper suspect who stayed at the Cricketers pub.

To order, go to The Argus – News, Sport, Brighton and Hove Albion and Entertainment for Brighton, Hove and Sussex or call 01273 544450. It is your chance to buy a huge history publication on Brighton for less than the price of a coffee!

Please let us know if you would like your own personalised tour or talk about Sussex’s most fascinating seaside city.

For colleagues in schools, there is a teacher training session on Brighton’s history, should you study or plan to study local history (it is soon to be part of the GCSE) – see the ‘e-PD’ website. We are soon to have an exciting workshop on Brighton for school children too – please let us know if you would like us to bring it in-house to your school.

We hope you enjoy ‘Brilliant Brighton’.