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Brighton

a coastal resort in S England, in Brighton and Hove unitary authority, East Sussex: patronized by the Prince Regent, who had the Royal Pavilion built (1782); seat of the University of Sussex (1966) and the University of Brighton (1992). Pop.: 134 293 (2001)

Brighton

 

a city (county borough) in Great Britain, in South Anglia, in Sussex (East) County. Situated on the English Channel 80 km south of London, it has a population of 164,700 (1968). Brighton is a seaside health resort with a mild, cool climate. The average annual temperature is 9.6° C, and the relative humidity ranges from 72 to 79 percent. The main therapeutic remedy is aeroheliothalassotherapy. Persons suffering from diseases of the cardiovascular and nervous systems are treated here. There are sanatoriums for adults and children and many hotels. Various types of machine-building, sewing, printing, and food are among the city’s industries. Brighton was founded in 1750.

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Brighton also claimed creditable home draws with Everton and Southampton and, having already beaten West Brom and Newcastle at the Amex, they should be confident of picking up three points against Stoke.
Organized by the New York-based organization RUSA LGBT, Brighton Beach Pride was the brainchild of Lyosha Gorshkov, a 32-year-old gay immigrant from Russia and former professor of LGBT and gender studies.
United must claim the minimum of a win and a draw to have any hope of pipping Chris Hughton's Brighton to the title.
Brighton is way gay and incredibly charming, with loads of great restaurants, nightlife, and places to discover in and around town.
Brighton and Hove City Council is seeking to identify efficient, effective and reliable providers to deliver a suite of Residential and Supported Living Accommodation Services (the Services~) for Brighton Residents with Learning Disabilities who are eligible for Adult Social Care support.
Brighton College Al Ain, a British-curriculum school offering education to students from Kindergarten to A-Levels, opened in September 2014.
After flirting with relegation last season, Chris Hughton's Brighton are a team transformed this time around - and they only lost their grip on top spot following Tuesday's 2-2 draw at QPR.
RUSSELL Slade returns to the city where he achieved his greatest managerial triumph when he takes Cardiff City to Brighton on Saturday.
Brighton were on the brink of the trapdoor when Slade took over in March 2009 and few, if anybody, believed there was any way out.
At Marsh Utd: Rob Cox (Lockwood Con) v Chris Barton (New Brighton QV), Nathan Haigh (Meltham) v Owen Doyle (New Brighton QV), Terry Brook (Crosland Moor) v Steve Nugent (New Brighton QR), John Greenhalgh (Crosland Moor) v Mike Havern (New Brighton QV), Luke Peacock (Milnsbridge BC) v Neil Sherbrooke (W Kirby Vic), Billy Shaw (Crosland Moor) v Brian Leonard (NewBrighton QV), Ross Mallinson (Crosland Moor) v Phil Vaughan (NewBrighton QV), Guy Beaumont (Crosland Moor) v Anthony Thompson (New Brighton QR), Neil Slattery (Lockwood Con) v Matthew Gilmore (New Brighton QR), Trevor Boothroyd (Crosland Moor) v Paul Saville (New Brighton QR), Ray Whitwam (Crosland Moor) v Matthew Cunliffe (New Brighton QR), Wayne Dews (Netherton Con) v Robbie Fitzpatrick (W Kirby Vic).
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club's (VMCC) Coventry to Brighton Run began back in 1962 and ran as an annual event until 2011 when the organiser sadly passed away.
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