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Hi all,
Iḿ want to contact teachers in Brighton.

I'm a PE teacher from the Netherlands in secondary School. We are visiting Brighton in four weeks. Looking for fun ideas in the area and or contacts with Schools in the area. The pupils we are visiting with are 12-13 years old. They are part of our billingual stream.

Hope to see a message.

kind regards Frank
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After 25 years (and 1 day) there, Window Gallery moved out of the Brighton Lanes area and, after cruising for a couple of years or so, eventually made landfall in Ditchling at exciting new premises at the Turner Dumbrell Workshops.
This latest incarnation is a combined delightful exhibition space, practical framing workshop and a studio in which Philip Dunn can continue to procrastinate in between serving customers!

The opening hours are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 11-5pm (other times by appointment).

For prints and originals or contact details see: http://www.windowgallery.co.uk/dunn.html?room=2
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Tom Woodland

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🙌 The YouTube Rewind is in Brighton again! 🙌
+Felix Kjellberg​ at the Pavilion Gardens
(80% in to it), did anyone see them put up that massive screen?
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I'll have to check it out. Thanks!
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Some really great things about Brighton that I didn't know
The good people at Brighton Holiday Homes have compiled the ultimate list of incredible facts about Brighton you've (probably) never heard of.
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I'm not sure about 22. I think a boat has the pointy bit at the bottom.
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A closer look at the proposed #sugartax

I interviewed local businesses to see what they thought of the plans. There were mixed opinions, but personally I think the tax is a good idea, if only to raise awareness.

What do you guys think?
Earlier this month, Brighton & Hove City Council became the first British city to introduce a voluntary 10p tax on sugar-sweetened fizzy drinks.
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Justin Hill
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Walking On Water :- Ooh I have a new book to read and it's wonderful. I am now the proud owner of 'Walking On Water - The West Pier Story' by Fred Gray. It's full of history, fascinating information and some very nostalgic photographs. If you have a deep love of the West Pier do yourself a favour and grab a copy from the West Pier Trust website.
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Tom Woodland

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BOOF!!!
Suddenly a building appears in the wild
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Sounds good. I'll try and remember if I ever visit! 
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Our BHCC recycling crews seem to have totally given up now. For the last couple of years we've watched them diligently hang different recycling containers off separate parts of the truck, only for it all to be mixed together (the trucks have no internal separators - we can see right into them from our flat window). However, today they went one better...
I watched them come down the road at 6:15am - probably so early that no-one would see them - then each crew member had a wheelie bin which they poured all the different recycling containers into. They then attached them to the back of a normal dustcart and emptied them into that!
But don't forget, if you mix some plastic with some glass, they won't take it! Unbelievable.
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If I'm honest, it's not so much the lack of recycling that bothers me (if they at least admitted they have problems and what they're doing to improve them that would be one thing), it's the way they try to mask what they're really doing and the "one rule for them" attitude. I find it beyond a joke that they refuse to touch my recycling if any part of it is mixed.
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Best in England

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Head to #brighton get out in the sun and enjoy the last few days of the #Fringe then treat yourself to something special.
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Tom Woodland

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Cool music video shot in and around the Brighton Lanes
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Hi all - we've created a guide to the Architecture of Brighton & Hove from Regency to now http://bit.ly/1c4KZa4 - what are your favourite buildings? Did we miss any?
Our Guide to Brighton Architecture spans from the Regency heyday with the Brighton Pavilion, through the glamorous 1920s with Art Deco up to modern day.
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Tom Woodland

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Going through some old stuff and found an old wallet. Really made me LOL. I put the guy from the Haunted Lanes tour flyer in my wallet, he used to judge me for spending money.
Spending Money eh? Don't be coy. You could put that on a horse!
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Giacomo Morrone

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Brighton's sunny Winter day was beautiful last week! With a Great sunset! Please check it out!
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Tom Woodland

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Anyone like two tickets to see Mark Thomas the comedian in Shoreham tonight?
He's really good live, wish I could go but can't now.
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Tom Woodland

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Doppler Shift I really like this band, their site says they're from Brighton, anyone know much about them? I hope they have a gig soon.



+Robin Nicolls+Martyn Haigh​
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Inside Out South East :- Trying to save Brighton's Royal Pavilion. Plans to put the Royal Palace into a trust. Segment starts around 22 minutes.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b06kjlxr/inside-out-south-east-26102015
Rachel Royce examines if vaccinating badgers in East Sussex is more effective than culling
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The Brighton i360’s funding explained :- Want to know why the money wasn't spent on restoration of the arches, terrace, lift and shelter hall (now the C2)? Puzzled and baffled by the expense and who's paying for it? Then look no further. This link was tweeted through to me today by Brighton i360 (on Twitter :@TheBrightoni360) which explains things about as well as they can be. If all goes to plan (and who knows) then it could actually turn out to be a very good thing for Brighton. 
Today is the one year anniversary of Brighton and Hove City Council agreeing the funding package for the Brighton i360, so it seemed as good a time as any to review the details. However, it is Friday and the sun is out, so instead of writing at length about the funding and financial implications ...
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Tom Woodland

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This beer tastes like smoked cheese!
Totally recommended. North Laine pub

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Brightonia

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Our Valley Gardens mustn't become a political football

Valley Gardens could be so much better than it is at the moment.

But with the #greens ' plan now 'under review' by the new #labour   administration,will the scheme become side-tracked by political wrangling and petty point-scoring? 
You could almost hear people all over Brighton breathing a sigh of relief when the plan to redesign Valley Gardens was revealed.  Although I had some initial misgivings - Brighton's majority Green ...
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Brightonia

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When it comes to redeveloping the King Alfred, Brighton must think big

#brighton 's King Alfred leisure centre has been the weakest link on the seafront for long enough - now it's time to think big and redesign this unloved building as an iconic landmark to rival the Pavilion and Brighton Pier.
Walking along the seafront in Brighton, each area has its own distinctive character and landmarks. The Marina dominates the shore to the east of Kemptown, while further west the elegant Madeira ter...
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The return of Brighton Tigers!
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