This week we welcome back Restaurants Brighton to give us their top tips on how to make the most of the August Bank Holiday Weekend....

Make the most of that extra day off...

The August Bank Holiday is fast approaching, and with it, an extra day to spend exploring the city! We asked our readers what their favourite things to do in Brighton & Hove were and got an amazing response, which we then turned into a handy list - perfect for local and tourists alike. Continuing the local theme, we’ve been enjoying discovering the best beer gardens, inside and out of the city and also snooping around local farm shops to buy the freshest produce possible. Enjoy your long weekend!

Photo of a man and his scooter in the North Laine

A local’s guide to Brighton

You know the drill - there's plenty of tourist attractions in Brighton, but we went one step further to find out what local's love to do on their days off in the city. And the great thing? Most of them cost absolutely nothing - who says you can't have fun on a budget? And if you want to get really nifty, why not try the Visit Brighton search function which allows you to search through every activity you can think of in the city and countryside!

Find out more by reading the Locals Guide to Brighton

Photo of a beer garden in Sussex

Best Beer Gardens around Sussex

Decked, patio, lush and leafy and small and tucked away - if there's a beer garden to be found round these here parts you can be sure we know about it. When the sun appears, put the call out to your pals and hot foot to one of the following Sussex Beer Gardens

Fancy exploring gardens - booze free? Have a look at our guide to Sussex gardens and parks - perfect for a family picnic or sunny stroll.

Photo of some local produce

Supporting local produce

In the spirit of local campaign, #EATSUSSEX  that is running this August, we thought we'd do a quick roundup of our favourite farm shops that provide us with top quality local produce. If you fancy a local tipple, there’s plenty of vineyards and local breweries to visit for a tour and tasting!

Find out more about Sussex Farm Shops




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