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Meet in York: Britain's most beautiful city. Where 2000 years of

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22 DIRECTORY AUTUMN CONFERENCE 2018

Fringe &

trainingWelcome to Brighton

Brighton has a creative energy and whatever time of year you visit there's something

special to see. With an influx of more than 11.5 million visitors a year we're adept at

knowing what people want and expect and the City is geared up to going that extra mile

for the people that drive its thriving economy.

We are so pleased to be welcoming the Liberal Democrats Autumn Conference back to

Brighton; business tourism is vital to the continued economic prosperity of the City so your

contribution is helping us drive regeneration and development throughout Brighton &

Hove.

Whether it will be your first visit, or one of many, we hope that while you get down to

business, you will find time to enjoy the atmosphere and the wonderful array of cultural

and culinary delights we have to offer. Within a very short walk of the Brighton Centre you

will find a Royal Palace, the amazing British Airways i360, Museums, Art Galleries and some

truly unique and independent retail sectors. If it is fresh air or an energising walk you're

looking for, do wander down to the beach where there is over 10km of amazing seafront

for you to discover and enjoy.

Thank you so much for coming to Brighton; we hope you enjoy your time in the city as

much as we enjoy hosting you, and we all hope we have the chance to welcome you back

at some point in the near future

Best wishes

Howard Barden, Head of Tourism & Venues, Brighton & Hove City Council

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