Brighton College in Brighton strives to turn out well-educated, tolerant and intellectually curious men and women who are ready to take a full, active and positive rôle in the life of our country and of our world.
1/9 St James's Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1RU
Brighton Judo Club in Brighton is friendly club run by an enthusiastic and experienced team of judoka and volunteers. The club is run on a non-profit voluntary basis. All money raised is put back into improving opportunities and facilities at the club.
Classes are available for all ages (minimum 5 years) and abilities. All our classes are taught by experienced Dan grades (black belts) who are UKCC qualified coaches, have current first aid certificates and are CRB checked.
At Brighton Judo Club we take the safety of the children in our care very seriously. We have formally adopted the BJA Child Protection Policy and are working to implement all aspects of this document. Please take time to read this policy. To email the club Child Welfare officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust in Brighton is an acute teaching hospital working across two sites: the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath.
The Royal Alexandra Hospital in Brighton – affectionately known as The Alex – was officially opened in 1881 by their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, but its history goes back further than that, to 1868 when the original Brighton children’s hospital opened in a private house in Western Road, Brighton.