Thursday, 19 November 2009

Brighton Architecture - part I

One of the joys of Brighton is, of course, its architecture, from the famous terraces of Georgian houses to an impressive stock of Victorian churches. Some of the best set-pieces are, of course, in Hove (actually) rather than Brighton itself, but now that the former two towns are a joint city, I feel able to include them both!

Wednesday, 18 November 2009

...and hello to the South Coast

Well, here I am in my first week as a Brightonian. Although I have spent a lot of time here, this is the first time that it has been my main home. The 60mph gales are a bit of a breezy welcome, but that's all part of the package of living by the sea. I was brought up less than half a mile of the Bristol Channel, however, so I'm used to it.

Anyway, attached is a photo from a slightly calmer day!

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

And farewell!

So, after a few months of to-ing and fro-ing, yesterday saw us at last move out of the flat in Earl's Court that we have called home for the last 13 years. The stairs proved a challenge for our removers, especially with the large wardrobes, but they triumphed in the end and all went smoothly.

So, it's good-bye to London and hello to Brighton! Thanks for reading - and watch this space as it may transmogrify...!