5 ways to keep warm in Brighton this winter

We had a great time on Friday as the Small Business Saturday Bus Tour hit Brighton. A great chance to meet some local independent businesses, all doing something different. But Brrrr, it was cold out there, so we’ve been thinking of some ways to keep warm this winter. Here are some ideas…

Get a sweat on

Bikram in the Lanes run hot yoga sessions that take you through postures and breathing exercises to stretch muscles and ligaments, prepare joints and help mental clarity as well as reducing stress. We like the sound of that! Sign up here: http://yogainthelanes.com/

Get hot in the kitchen

The Brighton Cookery school have a great range of courses, from team building over a cooking lesson to getting a private chef to help at home! Stuck for what to do for your Christmas party? Check out their festive session here!

Stop by for a cuppa

Next time you’re in Kemptown, pop into Egg & Spoon for a warm cup of tea or coffee and take five. They are a friendly neighbourhood café in the village serving breakfast, lunch and brunch, open 7 days a week, making it the perfect pit stop to warm up!

From cold to creative

In Brighton, we’re lucky when it comes to finding creative things to do. The ONCA gallery on St Georges Place is a great example of that. Check their website out to find out what’s on at the moment and get warm and toasty while learning something new.

Heating up, bills down!

If you tend to keep your heating to a minimum because you’re worried about your monthly bill, local social enterprise BHESCO are worth chatting to. They work with the local community in Brighton & Hove to increase energy efficiency, reduce fuel bills and develop community energy projects. Get in touch with the team to find out how you can reduce your energy costs this winter.