HOW TO GET HERE

COMING FROM OUT OF TOWN? HERE'S HOW TO FIND US...

BY RAIL

- NATIONAL RAIL STRIKE TO TAKE PLACE 08/10/22 -

Unfortunately, a national rail strike has been announced for Saturday 8th October, meaning it is unlikely that there will be any trains running to Hastings. Services on Friday 7th and Sunday 9th should be running as normal. For those attempting to travel to Hastings on public transport on Saturday 8th, we've tried to list the best and fastest options we could find at the time of writing. We'll add more departure points as and when we can. This should only be used as a guide - please check locally before attempting to travel. All of this information could be subject to change on strike days.

From Battle: Bus - Stagecoach 304/305 - Battle Abbey to Cambridge Gardens - Hourly - Approx 30 mins.

From Bexhill: Bus - Stagecoach 98 - Town Hall Square to Hastings Pier - Every 10-20 mins - Approx 30 mins.

From Brighton: Bus - Brighton & Hove 12X Coaster - Imperial Arcade to Eastbourne, then Stagecoach 99 - Eastbourne Pier to Hastings Pier - Approx 2hrs 40mins.

From Eastbourne: Bus - Stagecoach 99 - Eastbourne Pier to Hastings Pier - Every 20 mins - Approx 1hr 15mins.

From Lewes: Bus - Brighton& Hove 28/29 - School Hill Bottom to  Brighton Churchill Square - Every 30 mins - Approx 35mins. Then follow directions from Brighton.

From Rye: Bus - Stagecoach 100/101 - Rye Railway Station to Harold Place - Every 30-35 mins - Approx 45mins.

Hastings is well served by Southern and Southeastern trains. Trains regularly depart from London Charing Cross, Waterloo East, London Bridge, London Victoria and Gatwick Airport, with a travel time of around one and a half hours from Charing Cross to Hastings. Trains also depart from St Pancras International on the UK's first domestic high speed service with one change at Ashford International.

BY ROAD

We would encourage visitors to use public transport if at all possible, but for those who need to travel by road, if you're traveling from London and the North, take the A21 from the M25 all the way to Hastings. Alternatively, you can take the M20 from London towards Ashford, then take the A2070 and A259. From Brighton and the West simply take the A27 and A259, which bring you directly into Hastings.

ONCE YOU'RE HERE...

...you're going to need to find your way around! Thankfully, we've produced this handy map to guide you. You should be able to pick up a physical copy in any one of the participating venues.

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