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Brighton has some of the best schools in the region, see the latest Ofsted scores for Brighton HERE.
At the last 2011 You.Gov census Brighton’s population stood at 229,000.
The M23 runs from Brighton to the M25 and into Greater London. Wrapped around the northern outskirts of the city the A27 runs inland of the coastline through Chichester and Portsmouth, to Southampton and Bournemouth. Direct trains run to Gatwick airport and to London Victoria in under an hour.
Brighton’s main source of local news can be found in the Evening Argus.
As well as Brighton removals to and from the city, Armishaws also serve the local area including;
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If you’re making the move, Brighton removals is just the beginning. The city has many excellent shops and businesses, here’s out top picks;
It’s impossible to think of Brighton without thinking of fish and chips. While the city has a wealth of great restaurant our pick would be The Melrose, serving the finest food overlooking the seafront.
When it’s time to start dressing your new home, we recommend a trip to this fantastic gallery, showcasing work from the best local artists.
Looking for something to make your new house a home? Head to Rume, this stylish shop is packed full of incredible design and stand out pieces to add some va va voom.
With all it’s taste and artistry, Brighton Cacao Company really does stand apart, creating hand made chocolates using the finest responsibly sourced ingredients. Yum!
The jewel of the South Coast, ‘London by the Sea’ is truly cosmopolitan and forward thinking. A hub for music, arts and design the city has a really diverse and inclusive feel. From the large LGBT+ community to a rich tapestry of cultures, religions and festivals. The city has excellent transport links, incredible shops, stunning countryside and of course its famous beach.
There’s nothing you can’t do in Brighton. Whether you love to shop, enjoy adventure spots, are a firm foodie with eating out or entertaining, theatre, cinemas, bowling or pottery, Brighton has it all.
Brighton has the highest number of food festivals in the UK with flavours from around the world all given their chance to shine. You can also sample many a fine tipple with gins, cider, beer, lager, vodka all produced locally.
There are also music, art, literary and comedy festivals, fun runs open air concerts and movies on the beach plus Brighton’s famous Pride which adds an incredible splash of colour, humour and life to this vibrant city.
Heading out of Brighton the M23 runs from Brighton to the M25 and on in to Greater London. To the north the M23 runs from Hastings and on to the M27 via Portsmouth and Southampton as far as Bournemouth. By train you can be in London Victoria in under an hour, there are also direct services to Gatwick Airport.