One of the biggest events to be held in Brighton and Hove will lead to a £15 million bonanza.

Around 100,000 spectators and up to 15,000 runners will be flocking to the city for the second Brighton Marathon tomorrow.

With temperatures hitting 18C and possibly even as high as 21C, many hotels and B&Bs are fully booked and restaurants and shops are expecting to do a roaring trade.

The boost to the city’s economy money raised for charities is predicted to come in at between £10m and £15m.

And yesterday marathon organisers revealed they plan to make next year's race even bigger, by increasing the number of runners to 20,000.

For full report and information on how you can follow Sunday's race, see today's Argus.