Or are you a Brighton local and keen to find out what our Jewish Community project can offer you and your family? Come along to our hard-hat tour of BNJC (a hard-hat tour because you’ll have to wear a hard-hat for safety! ) ask our team any questions you may have, and meet others from our community.
To make things easier for anyone visiting from outside of Brighton & Hove, we’re offering complimentary* travel via coach or train too!
Looking for recommendations on making the most of your Sunday in our seaside city? Check out our blogs on how to spend a perfect day in Brighton.
*We will be offering reimbursement for Train and Coach day tickets to Brighton & Hove if also attending a hard-hat tour. Please select this option when registering.*
Please do wear suitable clothes for touring a building site. You must wear suitable shoes, no flip flops boots and trousers are preferable (no shorts please!) We will provide hard hats and vests on arrival.
All visitors must be over 16 years of age and preferably 18 years of age. Underage children will not be allowed on site.
Unfortunately, this is not a step-free tour and we are currently unable to accommodate access requirements. We look forward to welcoming those with accessibility requirements to our site in the very near future.