Brighton is a beach resort and one of the City of Brighton and Hove’s two main regions. It lies 47 miles south of London, on England’s south coast, in the county of East Sussex. Settlement in the area can be traced back to the Bronze Age, Roman, and Anglo-Saxon eras, according to archeological evidence.
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Cannabis Laws in Brighton
Cannabis is currently classified as a Class C substance, making it illegal. Possessing it, selling or giving it away, growing it, or allowing your property to be used for smoking it is illegal.
You’ll be alright if you don’t blow smoke in a cop’s face. Cops are used to people smoking a marijuana on the beach after a night of clubbing. If you’re smoking in a park or on the beach, or have a modest amount of marijuana, police will usually ignore you, but you’ll occasionally encounter officers who like to stop and search you, especially in rougher neighborhoods like Moulescoumbe, Whitehawk, and Hollingdean.
Where to get cannabis in Brighton
As a tourist, your best chance is to visit the seashore in the nights. Alternatively, go to any student pub and ask around; more than likely, someone will be able to connect you with a dealer.
“Go to the skatepark at the level and question some of the older-looking people there,” another reporter suggested. They’ll probably certainly be able to sell you some or put you in touch with a dealer.
When the clubs close on a Friday or Saturday night (2-3am), there will be a lot of individuals strolling up and down the beach selling both cannabis and pills.