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New Year’s Day Activities: Brighton

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Royal Pavilion Brighton

New Year’s Day activities in Brighton are a must after a night of partying on New Year’s Eve, so whether it’s a brunch and a hair of the dog or a bracing walk, Brighton has something to offer. Shake off that New Year’s Eve hangover and start the New Year with something fun.


Royal Pavilion Ice Rink

Royal Pavilion, Brighton, BN1 1FN

Brighton Royal Pavilion Ice Rink is open until 8 January so head down on New Year’s Day for outdoor fun, whatever the weather. The rink is powered entirely by green energy and there are drinks and hot snacks available to ease you seamlessly and conscience free into the New Year.  Sessions are bookable in advance and last 45 minutes.


New Club

New Club, 133-4 Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2HH

In need of a New Year’s Day brunch and a reviving hair of the dog after a walk along the Brighton seafront?  Then look no further than the New Club!  Awarded Best Dirty Burger and Best Brunch by The Sunday Times, whether it’s a bottomless brunch or a hangover cure you need, you’ll find it here.  Coffee is Fairtrade and organic and they operate a green, recyclable ethos so you can start the New Year feeling virtuous!


Devil’s Dyke

Devil's Dyke

Devil’s Dyke Pub, Dyke Road, Poynings, Brighton BN1 8YJ

Devil’s Dyke is an area of outstanding natural beauty, located just outside Brighton with bracing walks – a perfect New Year’s Day activity to clear the head.  There are various guided walks with stunning views.  Why not end your New Year’s walk with a visit to the Devil’s Dyke Pub to collect your car and enjoy a reviving drink or a bite to eat.


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