Boarders enjoy visit to Brighton

The TH boarders enjoyed a fantastic trip to Brighton over the last weekend of term, just before the Easter break. It was a day full of fun and sightseeing. Firstly, they went to the Royal Pavilion and learnt about the history of the building – the students were particularly fond of the story of George the Pavilion Cat! Their favourite room was Queen Victoria’s bedroom and they all want her hand painted wallpaper in boarding.
Next Brighton pier, where everyone enjoyed the fairground rides – including a staff vs student bumper car match! They braved the haunted house and looked at the stunning views on the crazy mouse. They even sampled the famous doughnuts and fish and chips (after the roller coasters thankfully!)
Afterwards the boarders went shopping in Brighton’s North district which is full of eclectic shops – whilst indulging in some much deserved retail therapy they learnt about the town and its long history of civil disobedience and liberal attitudes. The girls were fascinated by the wide range of unusual shops – including a ‘Hello Kitty’ themed cafe and an original automaton shop.
It was a great day out for everyone. Many thanks go to the boarding staff for organising and accompanying the visit.
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