What To Do In Brighton This February
With February here, there’s no better way to get over the January blues than taking a trip to Brighton. The air might be fresh but walking along Brighton’s famous promenade framed with blue skies, the sea and the back drop of the pier is worth wrapping up for. Brighton is a year round city, so there is plenty to see and do - even in February! The main event is the awesome science festival.
Brighton Science Festival - February 11th -25th
So exciting! Once again, the Brighton Science Festival returns to enlighten, educate and amaze. With a jam pack calendar of fantastic activities for all ages, it’s the perfect chance to dabble in the world of science and unleash your curiosity. Learn, discover and discuss as the geeky fun hots up during half term, with lots of different events from learning about evaporation to bubble workshops, all aimed at getting kids more interested in science and absolutely perfect for hands on & memorable Science revision before SATs and GCSEs. As an ex-teacher I can guarantee your children will learn so much coming here and it’s a much better way to revise than reading notes. My children love it and still talk about last year’s festival! It’s not just for children though there’s a whole programme for grown ups. www.brightonscience.com
Vitality Brighton Half Marathon Sunday 26th February
Gorgeous seafront course, so get your application in or just turn up to support the runners and enjoy the atmosphere!
Looking ahead to March book now for..
VegFestUK 2017, The Brighton Centre, 11th-12th March
This star studded event is now in its 9th year and has grown to be Europe’s biggest veggie/vegan festival and what better place than Brighton and Hove. The two day vegetarian extravaganza is aimed at promoting healthy living via meat free options. A celebration of all things vegetarian, the show features great food as well as workshops, over 160 stalls, cookery demos, live talks, music, cinema and various international cuisines. A weekend packed full of entertainment including; the Vegan Comedy Festival, children’s cookery classes, cinema, live demo, nutritional advice and much more. With over 12,000 visitors over the weekend last year, loads of entertainment, so it’s sure to be a fun event for all the family.
Want to discover more of what veggie options Brighton has to offer? Checkout our blog on top vegetarian/vegan restaurants and also for some excellent ideas of things to do in Brighton
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