Brighton makes up the most part of the city of Brighton and Hove. It is a Victorian seaside town located on the South Coast of the UK. With Brighton seafront, the pier and the many other attractions it makes it a fun living city with a big character.

Brighton is vibrant, colourful and fun. It offers the energy of the city and the freedom of the sea making it quite unique.

Did you know that Brighton Marina is the largest of its kind in Europe? It boasts 1600 berths and covers 126 acres (35 acres of which are land).

 

Schools in the area


Royal Spa Nursery School - For eary years, ages 3-5.

http://www.royalspanurseryschool.co.uk

Tarnerland Nursery School - For eary years, ages 3-5.

http://www.tarnerland.brighton-hove.sch.uk

St Aubyns School - For ages 3-13, early years, lower school, middle school.

http://www.staubyns.com

Downs Junior School - For early years and lower school.

http://downsjunior.brighton-hove.dbprimary.com

Brighton Steiner School – For ages 4 – 16, early years, lower school, middle school and upper school.

http://www.brightonsteinerschool.org.uk/

Rodean School – Independent day and boarding school for girls aged 11-18

http://www.roedean.co.uk/

Brighton College

Pre-Prep school ages 3-8

Prep School ages 8-16

College ages 16-18

http://www.brightoncollege.org.uk/home/

 

Doctors Surgeries and Medical Centres

Albion Street Surgery

http://www.albionstreetsurgery.co.uk/

St Peter’s Medical Centre

http://www.stpetersmedicalcentre.co.uk/

Pavilion Surgery

http://www.pavilionsurgery.co.uk/

 

Brighton Hospitals

http://www.bsuh.nhs.uk/

 

Brighton Travel

Brighton has its own train station, which is only a few minutes walk away from most of the central attractions in Brighton.

Brighton also has over 40 different bus routes making it extremely easy to get around to different places within Brighton but there are also many longer distance bus routes making it easy to get in and out of Brighton if it not by train.

http://www.buses.co.uk/travel/services.aspx