Visitors to Brighton this weekend will probably already know that the city has changed British politics, forever. Yes, true to form Brighton has shown its progressive power and voted in the country’s first Green Party MP, Caroline Lucas.
Even if politics is not your thing, you can’t help but notice the efforts being made in the town to consider the environment.
The new cycleways are brilliant for families and children, and you can ride all the way from the marina to Hove.
You may also see black boxes outside houses here: these are for recycling. The New England Quarter, behind the North Laines, has its own eco-village, one of the most environmentally sustainable projects in the UK.
The city also does its bit to reduce air miles; there are few places in the country that have so many cafés and restaurants, which use locally-grown organic produce.
Brighton also has an award-winning eco-friendly bus service and was recently named the green capital of Britain!
And if being green isn’t important to you, then you can still enjoy the clean beach and water.
So book a room, pop down, and enjoy!Share on Facebook