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"PJE carried out a full service and Mot on my Mums Mercedes to a great standard and for a fixed price, It failed the Mot but they kept me informed and completed the work needed the same day for a fair price, I'm very happy with the work they carried out and i would happily recommend them."
"I have a campervan and would not trust any other garage to do work on my van. Thwaites are consistently thorough as well as being a first class bunch. I won’t hesitate to recommend them."
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"I was very happy with the fast service they provided and they kept me informed all the time."
"Paul brill wouldn't let anyone else near my car"
Brighton is an easy-going yet vibrant town whose moniker, ‘London-by-the-Sea’ is due in part to the wealth of urban culture on offer and in part to its status as the number one seaside destination for Londoners in need of a break. There’s a pleasure pier, kitsch trinket and rock shops, arcades, carousels, deck chairs, bands stands and beach huts, but Brighton is so much more than your average archetypal British seaside resort.
An overwhelming array of arts, culture, theatre, comedy and live music is on offer. This achingly fashionable, media savvy city has its finger firmly on the pulse. The arts scene is thriving and the annual Brighton festival, curated by some of the biggest names in arts, literature and culture draws in visitors from around the world.
Komedia on Gardner Street is a good place to start. There’s a bar and restaurant, an art house cinema, cabaret, comedy and live music, and it’s set right in the heart of Brighton’s colourful and bohemian North Laine. Crammed in all around are independent shops selling vintage and vinyl, folk-art and kitsch, plus countless bars and cafés.
Brighton’s ‘posh’ Lanes are a complex of tiny roads and twittens in the historic quarter with an extraordinary mix of antiques emporia, jewellery shops and designer boutiques. East Street is home to Terre a Terre, one of the best gourmet vegetarian restaurants in the UK. The Churchill Square Mall off Western Road houses all the favourite high street shops, or keep going to discover the delights of sedate Hove, which boasts a number of excellent pubs and restaurants.
The main route into Brighton from the north is via the M23/A23, which links it to the M25 London Orbital motorway. Once you’re free of the troublesome M25, it’s usually plain sailing on the A23. The road will take you directly to the Brighton Pier, and past The Royal Pavilion, the Prince Regent’s Oriental fantasy palace designed by John Nash.
Weekends can get busy on the A23 once you hit the city, and avoid it at all costs on bank holidays! You can bypass the A23 crush by following signs to the A27 and Worthing and coming into Brighton via Hove. The A27 passes above the town and also takes traffic on to Eastbourne in the east and Chichester and Portsmouth to the west.
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