29Aug

Silver Ring Workshop

Enjoy the satisfaction of making something for yourself that can be worn every day with this silver wrap around ring workshop.  Starting from a piece of sheet sterling silver you will learn how to cut, shape, form and texture metal to create a special piece of jewellery. Recreating the textures from shells, pebble and our […]

29Aug

Pier to Pier Exhibition & Talk

Celebrating Brighton and Hove’s Architecture Come and see local artist Amalia Sanchez’s exquisite architectural prints of Brighton & Hove’s unique seaside buildings. Local historian, Jackie Marsh-Hobbs will talk about the stories behind the buildings at 2pm and 4pm each day. West Pier Trust Visitor Centre – Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 2FL Saturday 2nd October & […]

29Aug

Riddle and Finns on the Beach

Special Festival Menu To help celebrate the Homeward Bound Festival, Riddle and Finns on the Beach are offering diners a specially crafted menu that utilises the very best of the local seafood available in Sussex. Riddle and Finns on the Beach – 65 Kings Road, Brighton BN1 1HB Saturday 2nd October 2021 12.00 pm – […]

28Aug

Homeward Bound Set Menu at English’s

To help celebrate the Homeward Bound Festival, English’s of Brighton have carefully crafted a 2 or 3 course set menu that will be available for the whole of October 2021. Celebrating local seafood landed on the South Coast you can choose from a selection of starters, main courses and desserts that will suit everyone’s palate. […]

22Aug

The Oyster Stand at English’s

English’s of Brighton is the oldest seafood restaurant in Brighton, and you’ll find them in the heart of the Lanes, nestled amongst its famous winding streets. To help celebrate the Homeward Bound Festival, English’s of Brighton will be opening their famous Oyster Stand on the Terrace of their restaurant. For the freshest Oysters in Brighton, […]

21Aug

Walk, Talk & Music – Blue Carbon & the restoration of local kelp forests (#HelpOurKelp)

Marine ecosystems like seagrass meadows, salt marshes and mangroves absorb or ‘draw down’ carbon dioxide from the water and atmosphere. The storage of carbon in marine habitats is called blue carbon. The storage of blue carbon can be in the plants themselves, like seaweed and seagrass; in the seafloor sediment where plants are rooted; or […]

03Aug

Beach Clean Saltdean

Situated on a Marine Conservation Zone ‘Beach Head West’ Saltdean beach is famed for its marine plants and wide shingle beaches.  Come and learn about local marine life and why it’s important to protect it from our experienced team of beach buddy volunteers. As autumn sets in, the seas get bigger – and the litter […]

Family rockpooling
01Aug

Guide to Rockpooling

Why not go and visit a rockpool along The Living Coast over the festival weekend? Here is a helpful guide from Sussex Wildlife Trust on what you may see, including fish, crabs, molluscs and sea anemones, as well as a guide to shoreline crabs you can find in Sussex. You can find out more about […]