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Brighton Marathon 2014

06/04/2014

Here it comes! Thousands of runners are getting ready to literally invade the city of Brighton for the 99th consecutive year. The road race run is over a distance of 26 miles. On 2013 the race has reached a 20% increase on entries counting over 18.000. A massive number considering the narrow streets of tiny Brighton. Hopefully this year there won’t be more or the whole town will face sudden sinking in the cold water of the sea…Thousands also will be the Brighton seagulls expected due to the obvious abundance of food from the participants and the audience. So bring an umbrella just in case. Here’s further details.

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VegfestUK 2014

29/03/2014 – 30/03/2014  -  Hove Centre

VegfestUK is coming back again filled with even more food, drinks, tastings, competitions, TV gurus, films, veggie cookery demos, entertainment, music, performances, talks and product presentations. Over 100 stalls will be at hand each day for you to explore, including a number of veggie specialist caterers. “It’s all about providing people with healthy options” says Tim Barford from VegfestUK, the organisers of the event. Find out more here!

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Sport Relief

23/03/2014

With over 1,000 running, swimming and cycling events across the UK, Sainsbury’s Sport Relief is the one that will give you a chance to be part of the excitement at the heart of your community. It’s an important event to have fun, get active, gather with friends and family and raise money for charity. It features the Mile, plus new Swimathon and Cycle events.

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Ice Age Sussex

Brighton Museum & Royal Pavilion   –   16/03/2013 – 18/01/2014

Ice Age EuropeA bit of history here. If you have an inclination for archaeology or you simply find the process and research of our past as human beings on Earth interesting, there will be a new display in town this month about the ice age that will definitely grab your attention. A great exploration that stretches from the climate change process to the story of man as we know it today, with particular attention to the Victorian ‘great bone rush’ and the Boxgrove Man, the oldest known human ancestors in Britain.  For More info click here.

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Royal Pavilion’s Ice Rink

Ice-rink-at-night-credit-Robert LeightonThe ice rink is still on! Until the 19th of January. It’s simply wonderful to be able to skate by such an amazing building and Brighton council made it all possible for the consecutive 4th year! There’s also a cafe and a restaurant next to it so to have a great overall experience.  The 800 square metre rink has space for 250 skaters per session so plenty of room for everyone!

Visit the official website.

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London to Brighton Mini Run

02/06/2013

Come down to see thousands of Minis gathering together for the London to Brighton run! It’s an annual event that will start at The Terraces, Crystal Palace Park, Anerley Hill in London, all the way down to Madeira Drive in Brighton. The visitors will enjoy watching troops of Minis slowly taking over the entire east seafront! The run starts at 8am and the last cars leave at around 10.15 am. The event will officially close at 5pm after the prize giving. More info here!

The Oriental is a beautiful guest house b&b boutique hotel minutes away from the beach and the town centre. We serve delicious breakfast and lovely tasty cocktails! 24h access.

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Brighton Fringe Festival 2013

04/05/2013 – 02/06/2013

Brighton Fringe is all about arts, the biggest in fact in UK, now celebrating its 8th birthday, it’s gonna be absolutely huge! The event is an organisation supporting artists, producers and whoever is interested in taking part in the event. Expect everything you could possibly imagine, lots of people, noise, cabarets, dances, music, visual arts, workshops and so on…Get more info right here!

Why not stop by the Oriental boutique hotel, a beautiful luxury B&B guest house, minutes from the beach and the city centre. Serving great breakfast and unique cocktails. 24h access.

 

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Foodies Festival 2013

04/05/2013 – 06/05/2013

For the 3rd consecutive year Brighton is thrilled to host the UK largest celebration of food and drink. Plenty of stalls, celebrity chefs, tv gurus, music concerts and more exciting culinary activities are to be expected.  Here’s more info.

The Oriental is a funky b&b boutique guest house minutes from the beach. Serving delicious breakfast and unique cocktails. 24h access.

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Wine Tasting Evening in Aid of Blind Veterans

21/03/2013 – Mercure Hotel

A fantastic wine tasting will be held at the Mercure Hotel in aid of Blind Veterans. The event has been organised by Brighton Barefoot and Brighton charity Blind Veterans UK. Right on the seafront the commemoration is expected to be a success. Click here for more info.

The Oriental is a luxury boutique guest house B&B minutes from the beach and the town centre. Serving scrumptious breakfast and exquisite cocktails. 24h access.

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Quiteliterallytours.com

VisitBrighton.com is delighted to announce a new partnership with Quite Literally Tours. It promises to “bring the human element to these great works and to unearth the background stories and life experiences of those who wrote them.” A peculiar and professional but not less enjoyable way to visit and unveil Brighton & Sussex historical background. Next tour is this Friday 3 August so if you are a guest or a client please book directly with them. They are also very flexible on dates so if you had a group who wanted to book for the next day please do contact them. Tours are maximum of ten people but also this can be flexible. To book or ask for more info please contact gill@quiteliterallygroup.com

The Oriental is a fabulous luxury B&B guesthouse located in a charming 1820s Regency terrace so perhaps you might want to include us in your Quite literally tour too. With us you will also enjoy great breakfast and historically popular cocktails…24h access. Visit our website www.orientalbrighton.co.uk

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