Somehow June is already upon us, and we all know a summer weekend in Brighton is always a good’un! Here’s our top picks for the weekend ahead.
Railway Tour and Wine Tasting Day – Friday 1st June
This tour gives you a full viewing of the gorgeous Sussex countryside that surrounds Brighton: a short trip takes you to the country’s finest preserved railway with historic carriages, on which you can enjoy a trip through the downs. This is followed by a trip to one of Sussex’s best country pubs where you can enjoy fresh local produce. Saving the best until last, your day out will be concluded with a trip to Bluebell Vineyard Estates, where you will enjoy a full tour of the vineyard, followed by a tasting of their award-winning English sparkling wine!
Pick-up at Brighton Train Station, all day experience, £79, see website for more info and tickets.
Cereal Cafe Open Day – Friday 1st June
Brighton’s first Cereal Cafe will be opening it’s doors to the public this Friday – and if you’re one of their lucky first 100 customers you’ll get yourself a free bowl!
Brighton Cereal Cafe, 10am – 8pm, 38 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4EB.
Street Food and Makers Market @ Brighthelm Church Gardens – Saturday 2nd June
Head down the Brighthelm Church Gardens this Saturday to peruse stalls selling everything from homeware and interior goodies, to jewellery and artisan crafts. Once you’ve filled your bags, be sure to fill your bellies by heading over to one of the amazing food stalls Choose from fresh cakes, BBQ treats, vegan goodies and much more!
Brighthelm Chrurch Gardens, 11am – 5pm, Free Entry, see Facebook event for more info, North Road, BN1.
Bottomless Boozy Brunch – Saturday 2nd June
Head down to Patterns’ sunny roof terrace this Saturday to get stuck in their Boozy Bottomless Brunch, featuring unlimited Bloody Mary’s and Prosecco, as well as delicious veggie, vegan and meat lover options for brunch.
Patterns, 12 – 2 pm, £29pp, see website for more info/tickets, 10 Marine Parade, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TL.
Hove History Tour – Sunday 3rd June
If there’s one thing we know about Brighton people, it’s that they love learning about our city’s history, so why not delve even deeper into it’s past? Join Sunday’s tour to learn about Hove’s History – from it’s beginnings as an ancient burial ground, the tales of battles with smugglers and those who resided in the cave at St. Ann’s Well!
Meet at Floral Clock Hove, 2pm, adults £5, children free, see Facebook event for more information.
artrepublic Art Yard Sale – Sunday 3rd June
Brighton gallery, artrepublic, are hosting their annual art yard sale this Sunday, giving you the opportunity to purchase artwork at a great price, as well as meet with your favourite artists, such as Eelus, Lucy Bryant, Magnus Gjoen and many more!
Jubilee Square, 11am – 5pm, see Facebook for more information, Jubilee Square, BN1 1GE.