Some TLC for the Tile House

It is good to see the new tenants of the Tile House have given the building a lick of paint.

In case you don’t know, the Tile House was constructed to coincide with the opening of the park in 1884. It was bought from the Bath and West of England Show, where it was used by the Aylesbury Tile Company to show off their wares. It was spotted by a member of Brighton Corporation who organised for it to be deconstructed and then re-built in the park. It is now Grade II listed.