Hove makes up the other half of the City of Brighton and Hove.

Hove is situated West of Brighton along the South Coast of England. Hove is known for its remarkable examples of grand Victorian architecture with its grand squares, tree lined avenues and large family homes. Bordered by the English Channel and the South Downs new National Park to the north Hove is designed for life.

Did you know the first ever ‘blue’ movie was shot in a garden in Hove by film pioneer Esme Collings in 1896.

 

Schools in the area

Blatchington Mill School and Sixth Form College – Secondary school ages 11-16 and Sixth Form College catering for ages 16-18

http://www.blatchingtonmill.org.uk/index.asp

Kings Church of England School – opening in September 2013 and will be a Secondary School catering for ages 11-18

http://www.kingsschoolhove.org.uk/

Balfour Primary School – Ages 4-11

http://www.balfourprimary.co.uk/site

Brighton and Hove City College – College for 16-18 years however they also offer Adult Education and Apprenticeships

http://www.ccb.ac.uk/

Aldrington C of E School- Primary School for 4+ years.

http://www.aldrington.brighton-hove.sch.uk

West Hove Infant School- Early years, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

http://www.thelifecloud.net

Deepdene School- Ages 6 months- 11 years

http://www.deepdeneschool.com

 

Doctors Surgeries and Medical Centres

Goodwood Court Medical Centre

http://www.goodwoodcourt.org/

Brunswick Surgery

http://brunswicksurgeryhove.co.uk/

Hove Medical Centre

http://www.hovemedicalcentre.co.uk/

 

Transport

Hove as well as Brighton has its own Train Station so there will never be any trouble getting in or out of Hove.

Bus travel in Hove is also easy and convenient and is much the same as Brighton.

http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/index.cfm?request=c1000144