The buildings within Brighton (Cayeux-sur-mer, France) included several hotels as well as many homes and second residences. In 1901 the first purpose-built colonie de vacances [children’s holiday camp] in Brighton appeared. Continue reading
A wonderful pun for a wonderful small shop, alas now no longer in existence. Ray Ager, co-owner, recounts the genesis of the shop Continue reading
… or as we members prefer to say le Cercle français de Brighton et Hove. The exact name does not matter. We are bilingual. But did you know, the Cercle / Circle has existed for over 100 years now. Read the history of the group here.
Poster designed by Helen Stanton: http://www.helenstantonillustration.co.uk/