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Portlandia

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Portland Road!

Inspiration

  1. Timeless Toys, Portland Road, Brighton. Image funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
    Timeless Toys is an eco-friendly toy store specialising in quality wooden and plastic-free toys, gifts and craft activities that have the planet and child at the heart of their design and manufacturing
    1. A vegan cornish pasty at Flour, Brighton. Image funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
      You can find Flour Pots all around Brighton & Hove, with branches at 124 Elm Grove, 138 Preston Drove, 41 First Avenue, 141 Dyke Road in 7 Dials, 85-90 Kings Road Arches, Brighton Seafront and 121 Portland Road.
      1. 1 Jan 202231 Dec 2022
    2. Cakes at Cielo Cakery, Portland Road, Brighton
      Serving up a huge array of Cupcakes, Brownies, Blondies, Cake jars and ice cream pots, with many vegan, gluten free and vegan gluten free options available there really is something for everyone.
      1. Katherine Richards Gallery on Portland Road, Brighton
        Katherine Richards Art Gallery is where contemporary art meets stylish homes. Owned and curated by interior designer and artist Katherine Richards, this small and friendly art gallery in Hove offers imaginative collections of original artworks by emerging and established artists from Sussex and beyond
        1. 1 Jan 202131 Dec 2022
      2. A map of the Portlandia area of Brighton. Image funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
        Portland Road in Hove is part of a family orientated area and is a vibrant local high street of quality independent shops, cafe’s and pubs.

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      1. Hove
        Majestic squares, crescents and leafy communal gardens, with buttercream-coloured buildings that dazzle when the sky is blue.
      2. Oysters at The Salt Room, Brighton
        If the fresh sea air makes you hungry, fear not – no matter where you are on the seafront, you’re never far from a mouth-watering treat.
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