This years Heritage Open Days in and around Brighton and Hove has been a tremendous success!
This annual celebration of England’s glorious and often overlooked and forgotten architectural and cultural buildings has been extremely interesting and the Brighton & Hove News reporters have really enjoyed themselves and would really like to thank all of the volunteers that have made our 4 days a truly memorable experience – we have learnt so much about some of our city’s exceptional buildings.
If you failed to attend any of this year’s events, then we would strongly recommend that you allow time to do so for 2018 – visit: https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/
Our busy 4 day schedule took in no less than 14 special events and we are sharing a selection of our photos with you for inspiration for next year.
Thursday 7th September schedule –
9:30 am Regency Town House Tour, Brunswick Square
11:00 am Embassy Court Tour
1:15 pm Kemp Town Railway Tunnel
2:00 pm Parish Church of St Paul, West Street
4:00 pm Palace Pier History Tour (alas our guide didn’t turn up)
Friday 8th September schedule –
10:00 am Duke of Yorks Cinema
11:15 am Brighton College
2:30 pm Shoreham Port Tour
6:15 pm Pubs, Banks and Pylons, the architectural legacy of John Leopold Denman
Saturday 9th September schedule –
10:00 am Brighton Quakers Meeting House, Ship Street
10:30 am Theatre Royal Tour
Sunday 10th September schedule –
11:00 am Sussex Masonic Centre, Queens Road
1:00 pm Brighton Dome Tour
2:30 pm New Venture Theatre Tour, Bedford Place
3:45 pm Middle Street Synagogue