Brighton

Do you want to live and work in one of the most popular locations in England? Supply Desk work with many schools in and around the Brighton area. Here’s what Brighton has to offer:

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Brighton is an English seaside town, located approximately one hour south of London by train and is one of the coolest cities in the UK to live. Its broad shingle beach is backed by amusement arcades, food stalls and Regency-era buildings. The town is also known for its nightlife, culture, arts scene, shopping and festivals. Brighton is home to several landmarks, including the famous Brighton Pier, Clock Tower and The Royal Pavillion which are all top attractions to see when visiting the city.

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With somewhere as creative and free spirited as Brighton, there is a lot of street art in and around the town. Brighton’s shopping scene is especially good if you’re looking for something unique. Head to North Laine to discover charming markets, vintage shops and cute cafe’s. If you enjoy music, Brighton is one of the main stop offs for music acts. As well as big name artists and local talent, the city hosts the Brighton Festival, the second largest arts festival in the UK each May.

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Brighton is a city where you’ll never be bored. From comedy nights to club nights and everything in between it is the city that never sleeps. Situated in Brighton’s cultural quarter, the Brighton Dome always has an exciting schedule of events going on.

For more information on our teaching opportunities in Brighton, contact us today on teachintheUK@supplydesk.co.uk or call us on one of the following numbers:

1300 306 536 (Australia toll free)

0800 336 523 (New Zealand toll free)

1 855 284 4900 (Canada toll free)

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