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Brighton and Hove
Location South Coast, East Sussex
Status Unitary authority, City
Area 83 sq km (32 sq mi)
Population 250,000
Language English
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer), 5 hours from EST
Tel area code 01273
Overview:

Brighton and Hove, located in East Sussex County on the south coast of England, is a unitary authority and city in the United Kingdom. One of Britain’s top seaside resorts, Brighton has recently entered into the top ten lists of UK cities. It boasts a number of tourist attractions, eye-catching buildings, and gorgeous beaches; all attract more than eight million tourists each year to Brighton, many of them are from abroad. Brighton and Hove is also one of the most important conference hubs in the UK.

Geography and Climate in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove includes the urban communities along the Sussex Coast. Shoreham-by-Sea is situated directly to the west. Peacehaven and Newhaven are at a short drive to the east. Forming one single area, Brighton offers a vigorous atmosphere and nearby town of Hove, which is the administrative headquarter of these two, tend to be much calm and relaxed. A large seaside resort, Brighton is mainly busy during the summer, though it draws visitors throughout the year. The major tourist period in Brighton and Hove is approximately from early spring to late summer. Brighton and Hove has an average daily January temperature of 46ºF (8ºC) and July temperature of 73ºF (23ºC).

History:

This unitary authority was formed on April 1, 1997. Brighton & Hove were originally two non-metropolitan districts of East Sussex. After merging, it was immediately granted borough status. Brighton and Hove received the city status in 2000. Much of Brighton has been renovated and reconstructed in recent years. In 1854, Brighton became a municipal borough and in 1888, it was incorporated as a county borough that covered the part of Preston and the parish of Brighton. Hove was initially a local board of health that covered only the community of Hove. The parish of Aldrington was added in 1893. Hove became as a municipal borough in 1898. It acquired Preston Rural, Hangleton, and West Blatchington in 1928. Ovingdean, Rottingdean, and Patcham added to Brighton in the same year.

People and Culture of Brighton and Hove

The resident population of Brighton and Hove at the 2005 estimation was 255,000 people, containing 114,500 families. Among these people, 48.4% are male and 51.5% are female. According to the statistics, 94.3% are White and 1.8% S.Asian.

People Culture in Brighton and Hove

The resident population of Brighton and Hove at the 2005 estimation was 255,000 people, containing 114,500 families. Among these people, 48.4% are male and 51.5% are female. According to the statistics, 94.3% are White and 1.8% S.Asian.

Tourism in Brighton and Hove

With inspiring landmarks, brilliant shopping facilities, and several festivals, Brighton and Hove is always a busy and exciting place to visit in United Kingdom. The major tourist attractions include the spectacular Brighton Royal Pavilion, the world-famous Brighton Pier (4th most visited leisure attraction in the UK), Brighton's Hove Lagoon (a popular centre for water sports), Brighton Clock Tower (built in 1888), Museum of Penny Slot Machines, Brighton Toy and Model Museum, Hove Museum and Art Gallery, and Brighton Saline Centre (the world's oldest aquarium centre). Other places of interest in the city of Brighton & Hove include Kemp Town, Lanes area of Brighton, and Devil's Dyke.

Transport in Brighton and Hove
Brighton & Hove is well serve by a variety of public transportation. The city features a major railway station (Brighton railway station), and an extensive bus, taxis, and auto rickshaw services.





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