Mr Roberts & the Ghost tells the fascinating story of Preston Manor's involvement the Spiritualism movement.
Drawn from years of research in house's archives, this book sheds light on how the manor gained a reputation as one of Sussex's most haunted places.
This charmingly illustrated children’s book tells the story of Brighton’s most famous feline, George, a stray who walked into the Royal Pavilion one day and became the palace cat. His happy history, told by local author Judy Pennington, and beautifully … Continued
The Royal Pavilion, Brighton, is one of the most famous and opulent royal extravaganzas in existence. First built in 1787 for the Prince of Wales as a neo-classical marine villa, by the time the Prince became king in 1820 it … Continued
Book of reproduced illustrations showing the architecture and interior design of the Royal Pavilion. The original watercolours were painted by A. C. Pugin and commissioned by John Nash, the architect of the Royal Pavilion, to celebrate the building’s completion in … Continued