North Laine History

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‘North  Laine History’ for all you want to know about the historical development, people, places and historical buildings of North Laine. North Laine was Brighton’s industrial suburb for over 100 years and its charm and character today derive from its narrow Victorian residential streets, its historic buildings and the strong community living within it.

Introduction

Buildings

Streets

People

Walks and Talks

The Conservation Area

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Featured Pages

Why is North Laine a Conservation Area?

The Historical Development of North Laine

Tom Sayers

North Laine 1778


Sunday 2 September from Brighton Museum entrance at 11am

North Laine Community Association

 ‘The North Laine Book’ can be bought at ‘Raining Books’ Trafalgar St and ‘Brighton Books’ in Kensington Gardens.

Pat Lettres

Denis Hobden

Robert St

Take a Guided Walk


Take a self guided walk around North Laine

A self guided walk from Brighton Museum to North Rd

A self guided walk from Kensington Gardens to Brighton Station

Meet outside Brighton Museum for a tour lasting about 1 hour 45 mins

Wednesdays at 6pm: 30 May, 4 July, 1 Aug, and 15 August

Sundays at 11am: 17 June, 15 July, 12 August and 2 September

Cost: £5


Guided Walks around

The Historical   North Laine

The Next Guided Walk

Ken Fines  -the man who saved North Laine