Brighton and Hove City
Brighton and Hove is a unitary authority area and city on the south coast of England. It is England`s most populous seaside resort. The city was established when two towns (Brighton and Hove) joined together to become a city. Brighton and Hove forms part of the Brighton/Worthing/Littlehampton conurbation, the 12th largest conurbation in the United Kingdom. Along this area of the south coast, there is little or no gap of countryside between these large towns and city. Directly to the west is Shoreham-by-Sea, and a short distance to the east are Peacehaven and Newhaven. The city, district and urban areas of Brighton and Hove have the biggest populations in the South East England region. Brighton and Hove themselves were results of amalgamations: Brighton was incorporated as a municipal borough in 1854, later becoming a county borough under the Local Government Act 1888; it covered the parish of Brighton and part of Preston Hove became a local board of health in the late 19th century, originally covering the parish of Hove in 1893 the parish of Aldrington was added to Hove local board Hove became incorporated as a municipal borough in 1898 Hangleton, Preston Rural and West Blatchington added to Hove in 1928 Ovingdean, Patcham and Rottingdean added to Brighton in 1928 Portslade-by-Sea added to Hove in 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972 : both Brighton and Hove became non-metropolitan districts of East Sussex The football team, Brighton & Hove Albion F.C., predates the unification of the two boroughs by ninety six years. On 15 October 2004, Brighton and Hove was granted Fairtrade City status.
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