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Local Nature Reserves in Brighton & Hove

Putting Nature In Brighton On Google Maps To Help Biodiversity

Do you have an interest in Wildlife and Nature in Brighton? Are you looking to find local places where you can get up close and personal with local wildlife? White Rabbit has just made it a bit easier for you! With a recently revived love and lust for nature, I went searching on Google Maps…
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Path-Warden

Crushing The Digital Detox! White Rabbit Adopts Local Path

Brighton & Hove has 150km of public footpaths, bridleways and byways. These paths stretch from the sea, through the city and out into the South Downs National Park, all forming part of the UNESCO Biosphere – The Living Coast. Brighton & Hove City Council is responsible for the public rights of way around the city: footpaths, bridleways, restricted byways and byways open to all…
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Hove-Plinth-Virtual-Tour

Take A Virtual Tour Of Local Art Landmark In Brighton & Hove

Working closely with members of Hove Civic Society, the group responsible for Hove’s latest art installation; White Rabbit has been providing support for Hove Plinth, in the way of digital technology. One aspect of the project has been to integrate NFC Tap ‘n’ Go functionality, into the display board on site. Allowing visitors to simply…
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Art Gallery Virtual Tour

360° Virtual Tours for Art Galleries

Take a look inside some of Brighton’s hottest art galleries, right from your sofa! That’s right, some more Google Street View 360 virtual tours from White Rabbit, for local businesses in Brighton & Hove. Art of Treason A well known gallery on the local scene, tucked away on the gallery district near Kensington Gardens and…
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Brighton Open Market

Virtual Tour for Shopping Centre

A regularly overlooked and yet truly fantastic part of Brighton for shopping, eating or just hanging out; is the long standing and recently rebuilt Open Market, in the bohemian London Road district. Until now this eclectic selection of local businesses was only visible if you actually visited the market come shopping centre in person. You…
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