Thousands take part in the annual Burning the Clocks procession through the streets of Brighton to celebrate the winter solstice ( Photograph: Simon Dack  ) SUS-180711-112907001

11 activities to keep teenagers entertained around Brighton, Hastings, Rye, Crawley and Chichester this Christmas

Keeping teenagers active and busy during the Christmas holidays can be tricky so here are 11 activities around East and West Sussex that should stop them from uttering the phrase ‘I’m bored’.

To find out where you can go ice skating in Sussex this Christmas click here. And do not forget to check out the Christmas section of our website which has gift ideas, recipes, and things to do. Also, do not forget the Burning the Clocks procession in Brighton which takes place on Friday, December 21.

There are plenty of new films out this Christmas from Mary Poppins Returns, to Aquaman.
There are plenty of new films out this Christmas from Mary Poppins Returns, to Aquaman.
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There are some great Instagram opportunities at Nymans Gardens this Christmas with the giant Snowdog sculptures dotted around. You can also make your own woollen mini wreath.
There are some great Instagram opportunities at Nymans Gardens this Christmas with the giant Snowdog sculptures dotted around. You can also make your own woollen mini wreath.
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There are pop-up ice rinks around Sussex for teenagers to enjoy this winter. Check out our website for the list, opening times and costs.
There are pop-up ice rinks around Sussex for teenagers to enjoy this winter. Check out our website for the list, opening times and costs.
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