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Child Friendly Brighton and Hove provides comprehensive and up-to-date listings for a wide range of child friendly things to do, places to visit, places to eat and drink, activities, places to stay and fun days out in Brighton and Hove. If you need some fresh ideas on what to do with your children today in Brighton and Hove, then this is the site for you. Find out what’s on for kids in Brighton today by checking the Events Calendar for a great range of events by date for children, special activities and child friendly festivals coming to our area soon. Or browse through the other links for weekly baby groups, toddler groups, special interest classes, fun days out, and places to eat in Brighton including child friendly pubs, restaurants, cafes and hotels (including kids eat / stay for free offers). We update the homepage regularly with a quick glimpse of what’s on, the latest update was done on the 28th April 2016. The Foodies Festival is this weekend which is always great fun. On Sunday night there is an excellent bat and owl walk with Second Nature at Stanmer Park. Les Puces are running weekly Early Years French classes at Balfour School. Brighton Fringe is just around the corner with the opening night fireworks and the children’s Parade, it is bound to be another great Fringe! Make sure you keep up to date by signing up to our newsletters. With lots of classes now on the calendar make sure you check it out for more fun stuff to do in and around Brighton with the kids.
WHAT TO DO WHEN IT’S RAINING!
Want some ideas for fun things to do with the kids when it’s raining in Brighton? Check out the categories in the “indoor activities” section for some activities appropriate for wet and windy weather! This site lists a great variety of groups and classes for babies, toddlers and pre-school children, such as music groups, arts and crafts, cookery, dance and drama. Or take your toddler to a soft play session. Our cinemas have weekly screenings specifically for children too, some with kids clubs! The museums in Brighton and Hove are running numerous free activities and events throughout the autumn and winter months, and our libraries have regular free story time sessions and music groups such as Baby Boogie as well as craft activities and play sessions.
Brighton and Sussex has a phenomenal array of family friendly festivals each year, and 2016 is no exception!
Child Friendly Brighton will be bringing you up to date news as its revealed!
Always check this section for competitions, discounts off classes, activities and services exclusive to Child Friendly Brighton!
The Brighton and Hove City Council has a great on-line travel planner, easy to use, it will plan your route to and from any location in the City (including walking, cycling, bus, train or car) so if you are not sure of some of the locations for activities listed on my website, please try out www.journeyon.co.uk.
Brighton and Hove City council and Sussex Safer Roads Partnership provide excellent information packs & guides for parents, regarding road safety, covering all ages from toddler right up to teens. It produces road safety guides & training for pedestrians, cyclists and scooter training! Training sessions (child pedestrian and bikeability and scooter training sessions are held in schools as well as bikeability sessions in parks during the school holidays): Cycle training in Schools, & in parks during the holidays Bump to Toddler information pack
If you are looking for things to do, places to visit and stay in the wider Sussex region, there are some very useful on-line resources such as Visit Sussex which has a wealth of information all on one site!