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Brighton Outward Postcode (BN)
Click on an outward postal code below for more information about the area.
Each 'outward' postcode give you a comprehensive list of all postcodes within the outward code area (BN) and estimated address.
Click on an 'outward' code for more information. For example, the outward postcode page 'EC2M' will give you an alphabetical list covering all postcodes located in the region, from 'EC2M 1BB' through to 'EC2M 7YA'.
East Sussex is the first destination of choice for Londoners fleeing the city when the sun comes out and consequently it has built a reputation (chiefly in Brighton) as a place of cheeky weekends, great nightlife and buckets (and spades) of seaside charm. All of this is certainly true, but there are also landscapes in East Sussex that are amongst the most beautiful in all of the UK.
For hikers and bikers, walkers and ramblers, East Sussex serves up incredible trails that offer amazing views. From the spectacular coastline and the beauty spots of Seven Sisters and the famous cliffs at Beachy Head to the endless and jaw-dropping vistas of the South Downs National Park there is too much to see in one visit. Whilst Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters (along with the famous white cliffs of Dover) offer the box office views, other highlights such as Camber Sands near Rye are the sort of places you fall in love with and never forget. Getting out and about in East Sussex is best enjoyed either walking or cycling around the numerous scenic fishing villages all packed with ancient churches and buildings (and all seemingly offering their own arts festivals every year). The South Downs Way takes in a lot of the best villages and is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, (although it is rather long to try and walk in one go) and winds its way into nearby Hampshire.
Best of all in East Sussex however are the seaside resorts, and whilst Hastings and Eastbourne offer their own take on shingle beaches and Victorian ambience, all sit in the shade of exciting and bohemian Brighton with its hundreds of small record, books and clothing boutiques in the famous Laines; its innovative vegetarian cuisine and amazing nightlife, its alternative music and arts scene and its wonderfully eclectic inhabitants. Known affectionately as London by the Sea it is one of the highlights of the South Coast and not to be missed.
The Brighton postcode region (BN) contains 30 unique 'outward' codes. Brighton is the main postal town/district for this region, with all postcodes starting with the following outward codes.
This page contains a list of postcodes for Brighton area. Select a postcode to see the map location, demographics, house prices, local information, tourist guides and statistics:
Local demographics, guides and information
There's plenty of local information, guides and useful data to browse and explore, whether you're a Brighton resident or a visitor to the area.
Scroll down to discover all you need to know about the Brighton postcode area.
The BN postcode includes the following local authorities:
- Brighton and Hove
- Mid Sussex
Local News Sussex
Restaurant review - Pilio, Heathfield
Laura Paton visits Pilio in Heathfield and finds a buzzy bistro that lives up to local hypeSussex Life
Interview with Sussex children's illustrator Sarah Massini
Robertsbridge-based Sarah Massini always wanted to illustrate children’s books for a living and now she has two out in time for Christmas. Here’s how she made it happenSussex Life
Here's what it's like to live in Lindfield
Right on the edge of commuter town Haywards Heath this village is jam-packed with stunning views and modern amenitiesSussex Life
5 of the best January walks in Sussex
We looked through our archives to see what we recommended to you in previous years in this month.Sussex Life
Sussex Countrywatch Newsletter (Sussex Police)
26th February 2020Sussex Country Watch NewsletterReported loose animals on the highway this week is 43.This is made up by 33 Sheep and 10 Horses.With the ground being so wet and the shortage of gr&hellipSussex Police
What it's like at The Highdown in Worthing
Laura Paton visits The Highdown near Worthing which delivers moments of greatnessSussex Life
Route for a Sussex walk around Slindon
This simple stroll takes in the beautiful West Sussex downland village of SlindonSussex Life
At home with interior designer Anna Hayman
Designer Anna Hayman has made her Ringmer home her canvasSussex Life
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