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Top Ten pubs to visit in Brighton

Top Ten pubs to visit in Brighton

Did you know that there are so many pubs in Brighton and Hove that you could drink in a different once each day of the year and still have some left that you haven’t visited? So how are you supposed to know which ones to go to? Here is our quick guide from the team at ELC Brighton to some of our favourite places to have a drink when you are taking an English course in Brighton … The Bee’s Mouth – 10 Western Road, Hove, BN3 1AE The Bee’s Mouth is a cute, quirky li... Read More
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Amy's top tips for lunch within 5 mins of ELC Brighton

With so many places to go at lunchtime within only a few minutes' walk of the school, it is hard to know where to go. To help make your life easier, ELC Brighton's very own Amy gives her Top 5 Tips for where to grab a bite to eat for lunch within 5 minutes' walk of the school. Here is her selection for delcious food at a reasonable price:    Crumpetty Tree  Prices from £3.80 The Crumpetty Tree can be located directly opposite the school on Palmeria Square. You... Read More
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