The Trust provides an education programme in partnership with The Fedora Group: an arts and heritage charity working in local schools, with local museums and with general interest groups.
Two sessions are currently available for primary schools and can be delivered on the seafront in the West Pier Centre or as outreach.
Wish you were here: Brighton’s rise to fame
Tracing Brighton’s journey from busy fishing village, through Regency playground to holiday-maker heaven
The West Pier Story: the Queen of Piers
Exploring the rise and fall of the iconic Pier with a look at some of leisure activities, amusements and personalities that drew crowds for more than a century.
These sessions are aimed primarily at KS1 & KS2 and both feature Britain’s ever popular seaside entertainer, Mr Punch, with a fun-packed show from a real Punch and Judy ‘Professor’
Sessions are also tailored on request to secondary education topics ranging from STEM to tourism and performing arts.
Talks for general interest groups are also available. We also arrange visits to local schools and other establishments.
For booking information and charges please contact The Fedora Group.