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Brighton, one of Britain's liveliest cities, has a bohemian, artistic and eccentric atmosphere that can't be found anywhere else in the UK. Combining the modern with the traditional, Brighton has a heritage that is rooted in the Regency era and is brought up to date with a unique cultural offer.

There's elegant Regency architecture, museums and galleries, great shopping, stylish cafés, bars and restaurants, glittering nightlife, arts and theatre and all the fun of the seaside.

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For more information, visit the Brighton Visitor Information Centre at http://www.visitbrighton.com





Brighton & Hove is also a great base for exploring the beautiful Sussex countryside - cream teas and castles, English Wines and windmills, there's something for everyone. From the picturesque little villages of Alfriston, Lindfield and Petworth, and the famous gardens of Leonardslee, Nyman's and Borde Hill, to the historic houses of Great Dixter, Parham and Standen, and much more. For more information, visit the Sussex Tourism website at http://www.visitsussex.org

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline:
    extended to 2 May 2013
  • Early registration deadline:
    22 May 2013
  • Registration deadline:
    17 June 2013

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