It’s not long now until the third annual Brighton Marathon and its shaping up to be another great event. The 26.2 mile race, which will be started by Brighton and Hove Albion’s manager Gus Poyet, will round off a weekend of running-based activities in the city.
The fifth annual Eastbourne Festival will take place from 7 April and will feature a mixture of traditional and contemporary events across the town.
After all the fun and festivities and, more importantly, time off work it’s time for the winter blues to kick in because it’s the dreaded month of January. But come on, things aren’t so bad, let Aunty Brighton-Lite cheer you up…..