Es Quint UK: Brighton Spring Roll Call 2020 – Where to Stay

We’re looking forward to seeing you in Brighton for Es Quint Foundation Spring Roll Call!

To help you decide where to stay here are a few options for you.

Get Cashback on your Travel

If your are UK based, you can claim money back on your travel and accommodation by signing up and using TopCashback. I usually use a comparison site like Trivago to get a rough idea of prices in an area. Then once I found somewhere which looks affordable, head over to the TopCashback website and search for the booking agent (eg Booking.com, Hotels.com, etc.) to see if there are any cashback or money off offers for that site.

You can also use TopCashback to book your train or coach to Brighton.

At the time of writing this you can also get an additional M&S e-gift voucher if you sign up to TopCashback today!

Suggestions

So here are a few places, which seem affordable and not too far from central Brighton and the host venue.
NOTE: These suggestions are based purely on price and location only. We have no affiliation with the venues and have not stayed here ourselves. 

Find you spot…

If those ideas don’t take you, use the location finder below (powered by Booking.com) to customise your stay.



Booking.com

Hopefully this will help you and myself and the team look forward to rolling with us in Brighton for Es Quint’s 2020 Spring Roll Call.

If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or contact us via the event page on facebook.

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5 Creative Design & Marketing Elements of the UK General Election 2015

Did you think about the design and how much marketing went into persuading us to vote for a particular party?

Like me did you think how much did it cost to make that big old slab Ed Millibank was carrying around?

Ever wondered how much all this costs and where do these parties get the money from?

Well We take a look at some of the designs and marketing ploys used by today’s politicians to woo us, as well as elements broadcasters have used in the run up to May 7th 2015.

 

 

1. Battle Buses

Buses of all shapes and sizes from all colours of the political spectrum have be covered from top to bottom with large print vinyl and vehicle wraps. Even LBC Radio took to the road in their mobile broadcasting hub.

The Liberal Democrat battle bus (Photo: AFP)
Labour Women Battle Buss
Labour Women Battle Buss © Chris Radburn/PA

2. Stone Mmasonry – Ed’s Tablet/Tombstone

 

3. Good Old Billboards

This year there seems to be a cut back on good honest poster design! To me the I’ve seen better Photoshop skills on Instagram and Twitter. Or maybe that’s just it… they want to make them look amateurish to appeal to the likes of us! Who knows?!

The original Tory election poster featuring Alex Salmond and Ed Miliband (Conservative Party/PA)

The original Tory election poster featuring Alex Salmond and Ed Miliband (Conservative Party/PA)
A UKIP billboard parked up next to Home Park stadium over the May bank holiday weekend
Official UKIP Poster

4. Leafleting (aka Junk Mailing)

Thousands of Great British pounds must have been spent on designers and printers!

Election Junk Mail

5. Election in Music 

ITV News interestingly chose Kanye West’s Power for it’s trailer music, hinting towards a hung parliment or coalition??

The General Election 2015 Campaign on ITV from Alex Dickinson on Vimeo.

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