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Hi Cacti

You may have spotted my colourful new botanical gift shop, ‘Hi Cacti’, on Dyke Road at the Seven Dials. Its Americana and southwestern theme reflects my roots in Austin, Texas. (more…)


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Curry Inn

The Curry Inn is located just off the Seven Dials roundabout on Prestonville Road and has been offering the best in Indian takeaway cuisine for 32 years.

Our takeaway menu is extensive, inventive, inexpensive, delicious, and delivery is free of charge within a three mile radius. If you don’t see your favourite meal on our menu, simply tell us what it is and our talented chefs will prepare it for you.

We receive 5 stars for food hygiene regularly, and we’re proud to boast a reputation in customer care that is second to none. To this end, if any diner suffers from allergies or food intolerances, please let us know when ordering and we will ensure that all dishes are free from offending ingredients, whether wheat, nut or oil-based. We have a large selection of vegetarian meals and we can adapt most menu items to be vegan to suit our many vegan customers.

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I understand that it is easy to put off making a Will and often hear:

“I don’t have time.”
“It’s too complicated.”
“I don’t want to think about it.”
“It might be expensive.” (more…)

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Gez Wilmot

Tucked away up the hill of Upper Gloucester Road, a mere 5 minutes walk from Brighton Station, The Eddy, as it is known to regulars, is delighted to welcome customers old and new. (more…)

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7 Dials Singing Teacher

Stefan Holström runs a vibrant singing community with individual singing lessons, vocal groups and performance workshops.

He came to the UK from Sweden to do his opera training at the Guildhall in London and is now increasingly focused on training a wide range of singers. (more…)

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Alex Nisbett

Spotted in Bright News on Wednesday evenings, a young man with a great talent for playing the piano. (more…)

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Beer has been sold at 70 Upper Gloucester Road for over 150 years. The Duke of Wellington has changed hands many times but has never changed its name! (more…)

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