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Following a Trail of public art

Got itchy feet? Eager to explore new parts of the city? Can’t wait for the WHCA Treasure Hunt on 19 July? How about discovering some forgotten trails of public art? Public art has played an important role in the visual make-up of Brighton & Hove since the first commission in 1992. Here’s one example, the Hove Experience. Actually, it’s rather good.

hove footbridgeHove Station Footbridge

Catch the train, the no. 7 bus, walk or cycle from Brighton station to Hove train station where you will find the light and stencil installation on Hove Station Footbridge, which was transformed in 2007 into a Victorian style palm house with the introduction of soft lighting and parlour palms stencilled onto the painted green walls. Continue reading Following a Trail of public art