News

Aug11

An interview with David Sawyer

David’s parents arrived in Sussex in the late 1930s. His father’s then took up the position of chief electrical engineer at the St Dunstans rehabilitation centre in Ovingdean. David attended St Martha’s Convent when he was younger; he then attended...
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Aug08

An interview with Maurice Funnell

Maurice was born in Leicester in 1930, after living there for only 6 months he moved to Brighton and has been here ever since (84 years). His family moved to Brighton because of his father, an ex-soldier, who was advised to move to Brighton to be by the...
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Apr30

Brighton Festival entertainment in May – Pavilion Gardens Cafe programme

Here is a snapshot of entertainment in the gardens for our customers to enjoy in May: Saturday 3 May 11-5 Picnic and assorted live Performances Thursday 8 May 1:30 Great Escape Festival Pop up performance Saturday 10 May 12:30 Singer – Samadeus...
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Apr30

The Cafe lives on!

Pavilion Gardens Cafe has got the all-clear to continue running as the family-owned, well-established and loved feature in the Brighton cafe landscape that it is. Hooray! We thank all our faithful supporters and loyal customers profoundly for your support....
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Apr23

Brighton Festival is nearly upon us

Brighton Festival 2014 is not far away, and we look forward to all the outdoor entertainment in the gardens: performances, music, and street theatre. We will be here for you, welcoming you with a cup of tea or coffee, and our famous home made rock cakes,...
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Dec20

It’s a New Year and it’s Time for a Website Change!

Happy New Year and welcome to the revamp of the Pavilion Gardens Cafe website. The cafe was founded on March 1st, 1941, and has been going strong since.  A large amount of history surrounds the cafe, with many tales to be told from older and younger...
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