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Beat the Blue Monday Blues

21 January 2019

So today is supposedly ‘Blue Monday’, named as the most depressing day of the year! It’s thought to be the one day when Brits are more down in the dumps than any other day of the year. But let’s not dwell on the negative, we’ve got some helpful tips to help turn that frown upside down.


1. If you’re not already here, then why not start planning your next holiday in Eastbourne? Nothing brightens our day more than having something to look forward to and you could be counting down the days to a blissful beachside break in the sun. Search for accommodation now!

Explore Beachy Head in Eastbourne
2. Get out and breathe in the fresh air. Stop feeling cooped up inside, get out and enjoy some of the UK’s most stunning scenery with a walk through the Sussex countryside or along the seafront. As the gateway to the South Downs there are some fantastic trails right on our doorstep.
Lewes Castle
3. Make the most of your weekends. Plan ahead and take a trip to some of local towns and villages and try something new. Catch the train into Lewes and soak up the art and culture of East Sussex’s county town. Or perhaps take the bus along the coast to Brighton. With its cosmopolitan atmosphere, quirky shopping streets, it can be just the ticket to brighten a dull day
Afternoon tea at the Grand Hotel in Eastbourne

4. Indulge in a little pampering. Book a session at the spa at The Grand or opt for Afternoon Tea at one of our many great hotels. Treat yourself to just one more cream cake!

5. Opt for a spot of culture. Take in a screening of that new film you’ve been promising yourself you must see. The cinema at the Towner Gallery is a great intimate spot to enjoy the film in; you can even take a glass of wine in with you. Alternatively, book tickets to a show at the theatre. With a range of comedies and musicals coming to town, you can toe-tap your way into 2019 or laugh out loud to really banish the blues!

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