Last month I was invited, along with other Brighton bloggers, to visit the Harbour Hotel for afternoon tea. The hotel is situated right on the seafront with stunning views of the beach. It’s actually been on my radar for a while after one opened in Guildford. Before sitting down for afternoon tea we were given a tour of the hotel, restaurant and spa. One of the first things I noticed (apart from the nautical theme) was the decor. There were lots…

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The Walrus, 10 Ship Street, Brighton Last weekend we were invited to the soft launch at a new pub, The Walrus. The pub is opening soon on Ship Street, just up from the Hotel Du Vin. Set in the Lanes, just up from the sea the first thing I noticed was just how grand the building was. Being a relative newbie to Brighton I wasn’t familiar with the building. So I can’t really comment on how different it is. However…

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May sees the start of a very busy summer for Brighton. Looking at local sites, it seems there is something going on almost every weekend from now until Winter! I recently won some tickets on twitter from Tea, Cake & Make, to the Foodies Festival which over the bank holiday weekend. Previously I had been to a food festival in Woking, but that was free non ticketed event. This one was on from Saturday – Monday, and the ticket I won allowed…

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This week was Clems last one at pre-school before the Easter holidays. She only goes two mornings a week so our Easter holidays started on Thursday. The weather has been lovely the last few days. So we took full advantage of that and visited a local farm. Mile Oak Farm is in the South Downs, near Portslade, just outside of Brighton. If you don’t drive you can get the 1 or 1A bus to Mile Oak. From there it’s about…

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