I did mention that a trip to Brighton could be on the cards but I've had another thought.
I haven't pinned down exact details yet but it would be closer to May/June as the weather has a chance of being better.
You can get a groupsave for the train for numbers above 3, up to 8 which will knock 1/3 of the price (not sure if you have to book in advance).
Train is from St. Pancras to Ashford, then bus to Dungeness which is about a hour. Which depending on which train we caught would give about 5 hours there. Last bus back for Ashford is about 17:20.
So that's where I'm at, at the moment.
London Super Comic Con
Although you have to pay and have tickets to get into the event there are always characters wandering around outside.
Good for Superhero portraits :-)
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