Walks around North Laine - North Laine History

North Laine History
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Guided Walks around North Laine
Led by Peter Crowhurst

Brighton's industrial suburb
North Laine was once Brighton’s industrial suburb with water, animals and wood being processed into beer, ginger beer and mineral water, meat and furniture. Much of North Laine’s Victorian townscape is still there to be seen and in recognition of this North Laine became a Conservation Area in 1977. If you would like to know more about North Laine’s history and the buildings  which reflect that history, why not join me on one of my guided walks around  the area.
Walks on Wednesdays and Sundays
I offer guided walks  on Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings. The walks, which last an hour and forty minutes, start from the front entrance of Brighton Museum and finish in Church St. The tour costs £5. You don’t need to book, just turn up. The walks follow the route in the leaflet ‘Discover the North Laine on foot’ which can be picked up in ‘Raining Books’ in Trafalgar St.
All future scheduled walks cancelled
Due to the current situation all walks scheduled for this summer have been cancelled but I intend to put on walks just as soon as I am able to do so. Details of such future walks will be found on this page.
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