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Report - The cathedral of Brighton, st Peters Oct 16



monk

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Since 2009 we have been restoring our church building – helping to return it to its former glory, matching its reputation as one of the most magnificent and well-known buildings in Brighton. It is affectionately known as the ‘cathedral of Brighton’. The church, and especially its tower, is an important part of the city’s architectural skyline, visible as it is from around Brighton especially a large number of other key heritage sites.
Second time I've Been up here and second time I've missed the pier being lit up, council must be saving electric or something :(

Anyway explored with sparky as a plan B, a nice way to chill out for a hour.

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NAPK1NS

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Generally speaking, entrances to places aren't discussed over forum thread. However, I think the scaffolding makes a rather obvious indication here....
 

All The Whey Up

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Yeah i agree with that its aright sharing an explore on here with fellow explorers if you can't find a way in or the way to the top you don't deserve the climb unless you climb with a person or group who do.
 

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