Modern Bric a Brac

Food, Days Out and Travel stories from Brighton, London and the Rest of the World

Dunluce Castle sits large in my imagination. The castle on the coast from my childhood. The castle whose kitchens fell into the sea. Abandon...
Last night while watching the restored and in colour footage of England's historic 1966 World Cup final victory on Channel 4, I was remi...
At one time St Nicholas Church was the only church in town. When Brighton became fashionable in the eighteenth century and was frequented b...
I knew Box Hill and the Burford Bridge hotel from my teenage years when I used to skirt past it on my way to friends' houses. While my ...
Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage offers a four-week online oral history course and it's such a fascinating journey for anyone intere...
Congratulations to Towner Eastbourne, named Winner of Art Fund’s Museum of the Year 2020 and I can see why. After becoming a fan of David Na...
The weekend starts with Friday, yes! And I've got an Indian restaurant review to share with you. It's a great option for tandoor del...
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