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Rob from The Geese
Brighton Cool
Ivanka Majic

The Geese

We meet Rob Allen who runs the Geese Pub in Hanover, Brighton. Rob talks about his experience in hospitality, award winning Sunday Roasts and pubs.

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Oli Hyde
Brighton Cool

Oli Hyde, The Flour Pot Bakery

Local hospitality entrepreneur Oli Hyde, a founder and managing director of Brighton & Hove’s The Flour Pot Bakery talks about hard work, the influencers in his career and owning a business in Brighton.

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the North Laine Brighton
Brighton Cool
Lucy Grewcock

Why Brighton is unique

Brighton’s reputation a quirky and freethinking city dates back to the early 19th century, when George IV built the Royal Pavilion – an outlandish palace where he hosted extravagant parties with ten-course feasts.

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Brighton Beach, Jobs in Brighton
Brighton Cool
Ivanka Majic

Why move to Brighton

Brighton is a happy place – fact
. The local residents genuinely love where they live. The city was named ‘happiest capital of the UK’ in a nationwide survey and over a third of Brightonions chose the word ‘happy’ to describe their lives here.

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