CASE STUDY 3 - BRIGHTON

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  • the distribution of leisure services in brighton and hove
    • wide range of sporting and leisure activities
      • hove lagoon
        • wake boarding
        • wind surfing
        • children play ground
        • picnics
        • football
    • 1 of the most busiest and famous seafronts in the country
      • 10 million visitors per year
      • hove lawns and brighton pier
      • brighton beach
        • shingle beach - largest and best known free leisure and recreation facility
      • accessible by car and bike
        • numerous cycle lanes
          • healthy activity
        • public busses
          • bus fares - subsidised for students and OAP's
    • ramps - allow disabled access
      • prom is wide and flat
        • push chair accessible
    • brighton pier
      • tea shops
      • arcades
      • fish and chip shops
      • fair ground rides
    • beach side activities
      • trampolines
      • beach volleyball
      • deck chair hire
      • cafes
      • restaurants

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