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The University of Brighton's transformation on a budget

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The University of Brighton shows that you don't need big budgets to be able to dramatically transform some of your tired looking catering spaces.

Based across five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings with roots tracing back to 1858 when the Brighton School of Art was opened in the Royal Pavillion.  It then became a university in 1992 and today has 21, 135 students, 2,700 staff with 14 cafés and restaurants.

Last summer saw the catering team refurbish a number of outlets 'on a budget', to great success and they have worked hard to create a recognisable university brand.

Changes weren't only made to the fabric of the spaces, menus have been updated too.  With more grab and go choices and an increased range of healthy options including vegetarian and vegan food.  With such a strong focus on vegetarian and vegan options we aim to prove that the perception of eating healthily costs more is wrong.

To find out more about The University of Brighton's transformation on a budget, read our April Magazine, page 16

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