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- For general information contact Sara:
07790 669 730
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07934 088 913
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07881 704 593
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Follow the drive through the park to Stanmer village.
Continue past Stanmer House and turn left toward the City Parks nursery.
With the Glasshouse & City Parks nursery on the left and Plumpton College on the right, continue straight ahead, through the gates, keeping just to the right of old stable buildings and City Parks Nursery wall.
Follow the track round as it bends to the right, up the hill and past ‘Community Farm’.
There is a gate on the left marked Stanmer Organics - go through the gate and Fork And Dig It is 500 meters along on the left, opposite Brighton Earthship.Directions to Stanmer Park
Stanmer Park is located near Falmer, on the outskirts of Brighton, next to the University of Sussex. The postcode is BN1 9PZ. It is easily accessible by bus with stops by the park entrance.By Bike (from Brighton)
: Click here for a PDF cycling map of Brighton and Hove (large file: 1.16MB)
A cycle path runs between Brighton and Lewes along the A27 past the entrance to Stanmer Park.
From central Brighton, follow the Lewes Road (and signs for the university) out of town towards Lewes.
The gates for Stanmer Park are on the left just after you turn off the Lewes Road, before you get to the university.
Approx. 30mins from Brighton station.(For info on cycle hire from Brighton station visit Amsterdammers website.)By Bus:
runs regularly from Hove, through Brighton (Churchill Square and Old Steine) to the Stanmer Park entrance.
runs Mondays to Saturday from the Marina via Queens Park to Stanmer Park entrance.
runs from Brighton direct to Stanmer Church on Saturdays and Sundays. (For more info on Brighton & Hove buses visit the website.)The Big Lemon buses 42 and 43
also stop at the park entrance. (For more info on Big Lemon buses visit the website.)By Train:
Falmer Station is the nearest station.
Trains from Brighton and Lewes run about every half hour.
From the station take the underpass and turn immediately left and continue alongside the main road for about 400 metres to Stanmer Park entrance.(For train timetables and info visit National Rail Enquiries website.)By Car: (For a map showing approach roads view Brighton Permaculture Trusts's pdf)(From Brighton)
Take the Lewes Road heading out of town.
Just before you reach the A27 Brighton bypass take the small turning into Stanmer Park
(From Lewes and areas East of Brighton)
On the A27 Brighton bypass take the turn for the A270 Lewes Road into Brighton
Immediately get in the middle lane signposted to Stanmer Park
Turn right into Stanmer Park at the traffic lights immediately at end of slip road(From areas North and West of Brighton)
**NB: Stanmer Park cannot be accessed from the A27 east bound via the junction next to Stanmer Park**
From the A23 turn East on the A27 towards Lewes OR from the West continue past the A23 turnoff into Brighton towards Lewes
Take the first exit after the A23, signposted to Hollingbury
Go straight across the roundabout at the top of the slip road
Follow this road for about a mile and at the end of this road turn left at the traffic lights onto the Lewes Road out of Brighton
Take the first left, a small turning into Stanmer Park
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