The Salt Room Brighton Review

My partner and I wanted to go somewhere nice to celebrate our three-year anniversary, and I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about The Salt Room in Brighton. It’s right on the seafront and describes itself as “a modern British seafood restaurant that celebrates the flavours […]

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Globalls Brighton Review

Let me start by saying, I am truly awful at mini-golf. Last time I went with my partner, I hit the ball so hard it flew across the room and we never managed to find it… but when I heard there was a golf course […]

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July

July was a SUPER busy month for me – it felt like it lasted forever but at the same time, it went by in a blur. Here’s what I got up to! 60th Birthday meal at The Kitchen A lot of my July revolved around […]

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Happy Maki Review

I’ve wanted to try Happy Maki for aaaaages and with a vegan friend visiting, this weekend was the perfect opportunity to give it a go! Happy Maki serves fresh vegan sushi burritos. SUSHI. BURRITOS. Freaking genius idea. After travelling and watching a documentary called “End […]

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Fizzbox Event Review

A couple of weeks ago I was invited to an event hosted by Fizzbox, an events company based in Brighton. They offer epic events across the UK and Europe and make it super simple to talk directly to venues (to avoid pesky booking fees) and […]

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Yefsis Brighton Review

It’s the day before payday. The only money I have to my name is a crinkled five-pound note. I need to get lunch – so my logical first step is post on slack asking for advice from my work pals… They suggested Yefsis – a […]

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140 Solutions Private View at the Bozboz Gallery

‘140 Solutions’ is an art show created by University of Brighton Graphic Design and Illustration students – to inspire and evoke change. The theme is their creative response to small-scale and global crises, featuring issues like gun violence, fast fashion and plastic pollution. The exhibition […]

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