Hove Beach Huts open doors for the festive Christmas Open Day

Beach shack owners have decked out and opened their doors for a pre-Christmas open house.

Cottages adorned with festive lights, Christmas wreaths and cut outs of the Magi were on display at the event at Hove Beach Cottages near Hove Lawns.

The event was an opportunity for owners to use their traditional summer cottages to spread the festive spirit. Some served mulled wine and mince pies and raised money for charity.

The Argus: Three Sages Following the Star in a Beach HutThree wise men follow the star in a beach hut (Image: NQ staff)

Karen Peck, who created an exhibition featuring the three wise men, said: “There’s a lot of work here.

“I wanted to pass on my faith in Jesus. I haven’t seen the other huts yet.”

The Argus: Mr and Mrs Claus in the beach huts at HoveMr and Mrs Claus in the Hove beach huts (Image: NQ staff)

Other huts on display included a woman playing the saxophone outside her hut and another in which the owners dressed up as Santa Claus and Mrs Claus.

Another hut included in the exhibition used a design which included photos of all the beach huts in Brighton and Hove in order, created during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Argus: Two festively decorated beach huts stood side by sideTwo festively decorated beach huts stood side by side (Image: NQ staff)

The event, run by the Hove Beach Huts Association, is now in its second year after a successful start in 2021.

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