One of our favourite places to go for a day out in Brighton is the Sea Life Centre. The centre is situated right on the seafront, by the pier. Although there are a lot of steps down to the entrance, if you head down to the beach there is a tunnel. This is ideal if you have a wheelchair or a pushchair. The Brighton Sea Life Centre is actually the oldest operating aquarium in the world. It was built-in 1872…

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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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Last month it was Clems 2nd birthday so we decided to head to the zoo. She absolutely loves animals, monkeys being her favourite. We originally thought of London Zoo but with it being summer holidays and a rather warm day, we decided against it. Instead we went to Battersea Park Childrens Zoo. I absolutely love going to London, especially the parks. We usually go to Hyde Park or Regents Park so this was a nice change. Having only been to…

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Yesterday we took full advantage of the fact that summer seems to have finally arrived and headed to the beach. We jumped on the train and just over an hour later arrived to beautiful blue sky and lots of sunshine. It was certainly a great way to spend the day.

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