Days out in Sussex for community groups

It is lovely to go on a day trip with your group, but the cost of transport and entry to attractions can make it difficult.

Here is a list of places which are free or very cheap to enter, and which you can access using buses or trains. All the transport routes listed here cost less than £10 per person, and most cost less than £5 per person. There is also some general information about how to get cheaper travel using discounts and railcards.

Ditchling Beacon

Brown grass with frost on ground in foreground, far reaching view across fields and hills, with purple and yellow sky, in background.

Ditchling Beacon. Image courtesy of National Trust.

You can see beautiful views across Sussex from Ditchling Beacon.

It’s a perfect place to go for a day out and a picnic – you can walk to very nice spots in just 2 minutes from the bus stop.  There is often an ice cream van!

You can also have a much longer walk if you want to. You could walk along the South Downs Way all the way to Devil’s Dyke. You can stop at Pycombe Church to use the accessible toilets. They also welcome passers-by to use their tea and coffee making facilities!

How to get there

  • Take bus number 79 from Old Steine (stop U), (via Brighton Station (stop D), Open Market, Fiveways, Surrenden Road) to Ditchling Beacon (30 minutes from Old Steine).
  • This bus runs once an hour on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, 10:15am – 5:15pm, late April to October.
  • The bus terminates in the car park at Ditchling Beacon.
  • You can then walk along the South Downs Way in either direction for as long as you like.

How much will it cost to get there?

  • From central Brighton, the cheapest option for two adults is to buy a Duo Network Saver ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £8.40, which works out at £4.20 per person for unlimited bus travel throughout the day in the Brighton & Hove Bus network.
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares,you can get an individual return on the bus for £4.50 per adult. Ask for a return fare to Ditchling Beacon, not a Day Saver.
  • From any stop on Ditchling Road, you can get an adult return for £3 cash fare on the bus.
  • Up to two children can travel for free on this bus with every adult.
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Devils Dyke

A long, curved valley between two hills, with a rainbow faintly appearing in background.

Devil’s Dyke. Image courtesy of National Trust.

Devils Dyke is a stunning spot with far reaching views. You can have a picnic, play games, fly a kite or go for a walk. There are toilets near the bus stop, plus a pub and sometimes an ice cream van.

How to get there

  • Take bus number 77 bus from Brighton Pier (stop N), (via West Pier, Churchill Square (stop H), Brighton Station (stop E), Seven Dials, Woodruff Avenue, Dyke Road Avenue, Tongdean Lane) to Devils Dyke Hotel (30 mins from Brighton Pier).
  • The bus drops you at the car park, from where you can walk straight onto the South Downs Way.
  • This bus runs every 45 minutes on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, 9:45am to – 6:45pm, late April to October. Sometimes this is an open top bus, which is a lot of fun!

How much will it cost to get there?

  • From central Brighton, the cheapest option for two adults is to buy a Duo Network Saver ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £8.40, which works out at £4.20 per person for unlimited bus travel throughout the day in the Brighton & Hove Bus network.
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares, you can get an individual return on the bus for £4.50 per adult. Ask for a return fare to Devils Dyke, not a Day Saver.
  • From Tongdean Lane, you can get an adult return for £2 cash fare on the bus.
  • Up to two children can travel for free on this bus with every adult.
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Stanmer Park

Stanmer Park is very quick to get to from central Brighton, and a great place to go to have a picnic, play games and fly kites. There is also a tea room, and accessible toilets. There are lovely places to walk, and you can travel around the park on the bus for free.

How to get there

  • Take bus number 78 bus from Old Steine (bus stop U), (via Brighton Station (bus stop D), Open Market, Lewes Road, Moulsecoomb) to Stanmer (30 minutes from Old Steine).
  • The bus drops you right in the middle of the park, near Stanmer House.
  • This bus runs once an hour on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, 10am – 5pm, late April to October.

How much will it cost to get there?

  • From central Brighton, the cheapest option for four adults is to buy a Quattro single ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £7, which works out at £1.75 per person for a single journey (£3.50 return).
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares, you can get an individual return on the bus for £4.50 per adult. Ask for a return fare to Stanmer Park, not a Day Saver.
  • Up to two children can travel for free on this bus with every adult.
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Journeys within the park are free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Seven Sisters Sheep Centre and Birling Gap

Two people walking with a small yellow net, on wet sand. Cliffs, rocks and sea can be seen in background.

Birling Gap. Image courtesy of National Trust.

Visit over 50 breeds of sheep! Depending on the time of year, you can see the lamps being fed, the sheep being sheared, have a cuddle with a lamb and even ride a tractor! There is also a tea shop.

Seven Sisters Sheep Centre is open 10:30am – 5pm throughout March, April, July and August.

Entry costs £6 per adult and £5 per child. Tractor rides cost an extra £1 per person.

You can book for your group in advance.

Check the website for exact dates, and for a timetable of when you can cuddle the lambs!

Just one stop further on the bus is Birling Gap, where you can walk or play on the beach, visit a tea shop and see stunning views of the Seven Sisters cliffs. There are accessible toilets at Birling Gap.

How to get there

  • Take bus number 13X from Brighton Station (stop D), (via Churchill Square (stop E), Sea Life Centre (stop K), Paston Place, Rottingdean) to Seven Sisters Sheep Centre (about an hour).
  • To visit Birling Gap, just stay on the bus for one more stop.
  • The bus stops right outside the Sheep Centre. Take care when getting off the bus as the traffic can be fast.
  • It also stops in the carpark at Birling Gap, near the toilets and cafe.
  • This bus runs once an hour on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, 9:40am – 5:40pm, late April to October.

How much will it cost to get there?

  • 5 people (1 adult and 4 children or 2 adults and 3 children) can travel on the bus using a Family Network Saver bus ticket. This costs £9 on a smart phone (using the M-ticket app) or £10 cash on the bus, and is valid for as many journeys as you like during one day.
  • If you are travelling without children, the cheapest option for two adults is to buy a Duo Network Saver ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £8.40, which works out at £4.20 per person for unlimited bus travel throughout the day in the Brighton & Hove Bus network.
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares, ask for a Network Saver which will cost £6.50 and allow one adult unlimited bus travel in the Brighton & Hove Bus network throughout the day.
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Littlehampton

Littlehampton beach has a wide, flat promenade. You can travel along the promenade using a wheelchair or with a pushchair. There is a long sandy beach with lifeguards. The sea is shallow and good for small children. There are places to buy ice-creams and drinks.

Five minutes walk from the beach is Littlehampton Miniature Railway, which costs £3 for adults and £2 for children to ride.

Also near the beach is Harbour Park fairground, which has rides and games specifically aimed at children. Most rides cost £2 on the day, or you can buy discounted tickets online in advance.

Littlehampton Museum, which is free to enter, is close to the train station and bus stop.

How to get there

Bus

  • Take the number 700 bus from Brighton Churchill Square (Stop D) to Littlehampton (1 hour 47 minutes).
  • Get off at Anchor Springs bus stop.
  • Walk straight down Beach Road to the beach (about a 15 minute walk).

Train

  • Take the train from Brighton Station or Hove Station to Littlehampton (50 minutes).
  • Walk straight down Pier Road to the beach (about a 15 minute walk along the river).

How much will it cost to get there?

Bus

  • 2 adults and 3 children can travel on the 700 bus on a Discovery Family Day Ticket, which you can buy for £16 on the bus.
  • Adults without children travel for £7.70 each return (pay on the bus).
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • For more information contact Stagecoach.

Train

  • Travel on the train as a group of 3-9 adults on a Group Save train ticket, which will cost £6.95 per adult for a return journey. (This is 1/3 off the normal fare, and is automatically deducted when you buy tickets as a group).
  • Children travel for £2 for a return journey when travelling with adults. Buy this at the station or via the Southern Rail ticket website . (You will need to register on the website to get the discount).

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Seaford beach and Seaford Museum

Seaford has a pretty, quiet shingle beach, which is a great spot for paddling, playing and enjoying the sea. There are accessible toilets and a wide promenade which is accessible for wheelchair users.

On the seafront you will also find Seaford Museum, which is in the ancient Seaford Martello Tower. Entry to the museum costs £2.50 for adults and £1.50 for children. It is open Sundays and bank holidays 11am – 4pm all year round, plus Wednesdays and Saturdays 2pm – 4pm during the summer. The museum is not accessible for wheelchair users.

How to get there

Train

  • Take the train from Brighton to Seaford (37 minutes).
  • Exit the station and walk down Church Street, then the Causeway, to the sea (about 5 minutes).
  • Walk East along the seafront to Seaford Museum and the toilets (about another 5 minutes).

Bus

  • Take bus number 12, 12A, 12X or 13X from Brighton Station (stop D), (via Churchill Square (stop E), Sea Life Centre (stop K), Paston Place, Rottingdean) to Seaford Library (about an hour).
  • Walk down Clinton Place, straight on to Church Street, then onto the Causeway to the sea (about 5 minutes).
  • Walk east along the seafront to Seaford Museum and toilets (about another 5 minutes).

How much will it cost to get there?

Train

  • Travel as a group of 3-9 adults on a Group Save train ticket, which will cost £3.25 per adult for a return journey. (This is 1/3 off the normal fare, and is automatically deducted when you buy tickets as a group).
  • Children travel for £2 for a return journey when travelling with adults. Buy this at the station or via the Southern Rail ticket website . (You will need to register on the website to get the discount).

Bus

  • 5 people (1 adult and 4 children or 2 adults and 3 children) can travel on the bus using a Family Network Saver bus ticket. This costs £9 on a smart phone (using the M-ticket app) or £10 cash on the bus, and is valid for as many journeys as you like during one day.
  • If you are travelling without children, the cheapest option for two adults is to buy a Duo Network Saver ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £8.40, which works out at £4.20 per person for unlimited bus travel throughout the day in the Brighton & Hove Bus network.
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares, you can get an individual return on the bus for £5 per adult. Ask for a return fare to Seaford, not a Day Saver.
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Truleigh Hill

Field with sea in distance. Two people and a dog are in the field.

View close to Truleigh Hill. Image courtesy of YHA.

Have a walk in the countryside, and stop for a cup of tea at Truleigh Hill Youth Hostel cafe. It is about an hour’s walk from the bus stop to the youth hostel. If you don’t want to walk that far you could just walk for a little bit and then stop for a picnic.

How to get there

  • Take bus number 2 from Brighton or Hove (catch it from Rottingdean, Woodingdean, Old Stein (bus stop H), Churchill Square (bus stop C), Hove Town Hall, Southwick, Shoreham) to “Steyning Bypass Northbound” bus stop.
  • Cross over the road, and you will see a wooden signpost for the South Downs Way. (Take great care as the traffic can be fast).
  • Follow the footpath for about an hour to Truleigh Hill Youth Hostel.

How much will it cost to get there?

  • 5 people (1 adult and 4 children or 2 adults and 3 children) can travel on the bus using a Family Network Saver bus ticket. This costs £9 on a smart phone (using the M-ticket app) or £10 cash on the bus, and is valid for as many journeys as you like during one day.
  • If you are travelling without children, the cheapest option for two adults is to buy a Duo Network Saver ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £8.40, which works out at £4.20 per person for unlimited bus travel throughout the day in the Brighton & Hove Bus network.
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares, you can get an individual return on the bus for £5 per adult. Ask for a return fare to Upper Beeding, not a Day Saver.
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Southease

Farm buildings and courtyard in background. Signpost pointing in different directions to Eastbourne, Winchester, Lewes and Southease in foreground.

Southease Youth Hostel. Image courtesy of YHA.

South Downs Youth Hostel is set on a disused farm. It is a 5 minute walk from Southease train station. There are large grounds to explore, and a cafe with tea and cake. You can also stay overnight.

The youth hostel, and the walk from the station, are accessible for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility.

You can also go for a longer walk along the South Downs Way, which passes by the youth hostel.

How to get there

  • Take the train from Brighton station to Southease station, which has step free access
  • Cross over the tracks using the level crossing or footbridge.
  • Walk five minutes along a country lane to the youth hostel.

How much will it cost to get there?

  • Travel as a group of 3-9 adults on a Group Save train ticket, which will cost £3.25 per adult for a return journey. (This is 1/3 off the normal fare, and is automatically deducted when you buy tickets as a group).
  • Children travel for £2 for a return journey when travelling with adults. Buy this at the station or via the Southern Rail ticket website . (You will need to register on the website to get the discount).

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Ouse Estuary Nature Reserve

You can spot many different species of bird at Ouse Estuary Nature Reserve, and it’s a lovely environment to wander around and enjoy being outdoors.

There are lots of little paths and areas to explore, and also a concrete track which is accessible for wheelchair users.

There is a Sainsbury’s nearby which has accessible toilets.

How to get there

Train

  • Take the train from Brighton station to Newhaven Town station, which has step-free access.
  • Walk a short way along the A259, past Lidl and Sainsbury’s, and then join the National Cycle Route, which runs alongside the A259 on your right, just after the roundabout.
  • The cycle route takes you right into the reserve, and is accessible for wheelchair users.

Bus

  • Take bus number 12 from Brighton Station (stop D), (via Churchill Square (stop E), Sea Life Centre (stop K), Paston Place, Rottingdean), to Denton Corner bus stop, which is past Newhaven, just after Sainsbury’s on your left.
  • Cross over the road at the crossing, and turn left along the A259 for a few metres until you see the cycle path, which will be on your right.
  • The cycle route takes you right into the reserve, and is accessible for wheelchair users.

How much will it cost to get there?

Train

  • Travel as a group of 3-9 adults on a Group Save train ticket, which will cost £3.25 per adult for a return journey. (This is 1/3 off the normal fare, and is automatically deducted when you buy tickets as a group).
  • Children travel for £2 for a return journey when travelling with adults. Buy this at the station or via the Southern Rail ticket website . (You will need to register on the website to get the discount).

Bus

  • 5 people (1 adult and 4 children or 2 adults and 3 children) can travel on the bus using a Family Network Saver bus ticket. This costs £9 on a smart phone (using the M-ticket app) or £10 cash on the bus, and is valid for as many journeys as you like during one day.
  • If you are travelling without children, the cheapest option for two adults is to buy a Duo Network Saver ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £8.40, which works out at £4.20 per person for unlimited bus travel throughout the day in the Brighton & Hove Bus network.
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares, you can get an individual return on the bus for £5.60 per adult. Ask for a return fare to Denton Road, not a Day Saver.
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Lewes Priory and Grange Gardens

Lewes Priory

Lewes Priory. Image copyright Lewes Priory Trust.

Visit the remains of an 11th century Priory built by monks, in a lovely park.

There is an all weather path, which is accessible for wheelchair users (although there are some steps which mean you can’t quite do a full circuit of the site).

The site is permanently open and there is no charge for entry.

There are no toilets on site, but there is a cafe with accessible toilets at St Anne of Cleaves House, which is a 2 minute walk away.

You could also visit Southover Grange Gardens to play games and have a picnic.

How to get there

Train

  • Take the train from Brighton to Lewes (15 minutes).
  • From the station, turn left onto Station Road, right onto Priory Road, left onto Cockshort Road, then left into the park (a 7 minute walk).
  • To get to Grange Gardens from Lewes Priory, walk back along Southover High Street and turn left at the Kings Head pub.
  • St Anne of Cleaves House, where cafe with toilets is, is on Southover High Street just west of the junction with Cockshort Road.

Bus

  • Take the 28, 29 or 29B bus from Brighton Old Steine bus stop F, to bus stop “Pelham Arms” in Lewes. From the bus stop, turn left along Western Road, right onto Keere Street, straight on to Southover High Street (past Grange Gardens), right onto Southover High Street, left onto Cockshort Road, then left into the park (a ten minute walk).
  • St Anne of Cleaves House, where cafe with toilets is, is on Southover High Street just west of the junction with Cockshort Road.

How much will it cost to get there?

Train

  • Travel as a group of 3-9 adults on a Group Save train ticket, which will cost £3.25 per adult for a return journey. (This is 1/3 off the normal fare, and is automatically deducted when you buy tickets as a group).
  • Children travel for £2 for a return journey when travelling with adults. Buy this at the station or via the Southern Rail ticket website . (You will need to register on the website to get the discount).

 Bus

  • 5 people (1 adult and 4 children or 2 adults and 3 children) can travel on the bus using a Family Network Saver bus ticket. This costs £9 on a smart phone (using the M-ticket app) or £10 cash on the bus, and is valid for as many journeys as you like during one day.
  • If you are travelling without children,the cheapest option for two adults is to buy a Duo Network Saver ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £8.40, which works out at £4.20 per person for unlimited bus travel throughout the day in the Brighton & Hove Bus network.
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares, you can get an individual return on the bus for £5 per adult. Ask for a return fare to Lewes, not a Day Saver.
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Seven Sisters Easy Access Trail

Stormy skies over the coastgard cottages at Cuckmere Valley, East Sussex, with the Seven Sisters seen beyond.

Cuckmere Valley. Image courtesy of National Trust.

Seven Sisters Easy Access Trail is an accessible path that runs from Seven Sisters Visitors Centre, through Cuckmere Valley down towards the sea. It is suitable for wheelchair users and pushchairs. You can see stunning views of Seaford Head.

There are also many other walks and tracks that start from Seven Sisters Visitors Centre. From here you can explore Friston Forest and the Cuckmere Valley.

There are accessible toilets and a tea shop at the visitors centre, which is very close to the bus stop.

How to get there

  • Take bus number 12, 12A, 12X or 13X from Brighton Station (stop D), (via Churchill Square (stop E), Sea Life Centre (stop K), Paston Place, Rottingdean) to Park Centre (about an hour).
  • Take care – this is a busy road.
  • Enter the Seven Sisters Country Park, from where you can find the Visitors Centre, tea shop and toilets.
  • You can join the Easy Access Trail from here.

How much will it cost to get there?

  • 5 people (1 adult and 4 children or 2 adults and 3 children) can travel on the bus using a Family Network Saver bus ticket. This costs £9 on a smart phone (using the M-ticket app) or £10 cash on the bus, and is valid for as many journeys as you like during one day.
  • If you are travelling without children, the cheapest option for two adults is to buy a Duo Network Saver ticket using the M-ticket app on a smart phone. This costs £8.40, which works out at £4.20 per person for unlimited bus travel throughout the day in the Brighton & Hove Bus network.
  • If you prefer to buy cash fares, ask for a Network Saver which will cost £6.50 and allow you to get as many buses as you like during the day. (This costs the same as a return from Brighton).
  • People who hold an older person’s bus pass, or other concessionary bus pass, travel for free.
  • Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more information.

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Extra discounts and savings

You might be entitled to extra savings on bus and rail travel. It also could be worth buying a railcard, to give you discounts on train travel.

For families and groups

Group Save rail discount

  • Most train companies offer a Group Save discount for groups of 3 to 9 adults.
  • Buy your tickets in one transaction to receive 1/3 off an Off-Peak fare.
  • You must travel together for the ticket to be valid.

Family & Friends Railcard

  • A Family & Friends Railcard allows up to 4 adults and 4 children to travel together at a discount.
  • All the adults get 1/3 off and all the children get 60% off.
  • It costs £30 and lasts for 12 months.
  • Two adults can be named on the railcard, and the only condition is that one of those adults plus at least one child is travelling in the group.

Two Together Railcard

  • A Two Together Railcard allows 2 named adults to receive 1/3 off rail fares.
  • Only the 2 adults named on the card are eligible, and they must be travelling together.
  • It costs £30 and lasts for 12 months.

Network Railcard

  • Any adult can buy a Network Railcard for £30.
  • This gives the holder 1/3 off rail journeys in the Network Railcard area (in the South East). This includes Brighton & Hove, East Sussex, West Sussex, and London (and further afield).
  • The holder of a Network Railcard can also take up to 3 more adults for 1/3 off, plus up to 4 children for 60% off.

Family Network Saver

  • A Family Network Saver bus ticket costs £9 on a smart phone or £10 cash on Brighton & Hove buses.
  • It allows 2 adults and up to 3 children, or 1 adult and up to 4 children, unlimited travel on Brighton & Hove buses all day.

Duo Saver

  • Two adults travelling on the bus together can buy a Duo Saver ticket using the M-Ticket app on a mobile phone.
  • A Duo City Saver costs £7.80 and allows you to travel on Brighton & Hove Buses anywhere in the City Saver area for 1 day.
  • A Duo Network Saver costs £8.40 and allows you to travel on Brighton & Hove Buses anywhere in the Network Saver area for 1 day.

Quattro bus ticket

  • You can buy a Quattro ticket on a smart phone using the M-ticket app for £7.
  • This allows up to 4 adults to travel for up to one hour together, anywhere in the Brighton & Hove buses City Saver area.

For regular bus users

If your group regularly reimburses members and volunteers for their travel, you could think about one of these ways to save money.

Multitrip tickets on Brighton & Hove Bus keycard

  • You can buy single fares at a discount if you buy ten or more in advance on a keycard. These are called Multitrip tickets.

Buy scratchcard bus tickets in bulk

  • If your group uses a lot of bus tickets regularly, you may be able to buy them in bulk for a discounted price. Contact Brighton & Hove Buses to discuss this.

For children and young people

A Bus ID card gets you much cheaper fares on Brighton & Hove Buses. These are available for under 18s. Contact Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company for more details.

A 16-25 Railcard gives 16 to 25 year olds 1/3 off all rail journeys. It costs £27 to buy and lasts for 12 months.

Children can travel for £2 when travelling with an adult on Off-Peak Southern rail services. You can buy £2 kid’s tickets at the station, or online via the Southern Railway tickets website. You will have to register on the website to get this discount online.

For older people

A Senior Railcard gives people aged 60 and over 1/3 off all rail journeys. It costs £30 to buy and lasts for 12 months.

You are entitled to a free older person’s bus pass when you reach the female state pension age (whether you are female or male). You can calculate when this will be on the government website. You can use your bus pass on weekdays all day from 9am, right through to 4am in Brighton & Hove, or until 11pm in the rest of England. You can use it any time at weekends.

For disabled people

A Disabled Person’s Railcard gives the holder plus an accompanying passenger 1/3 off all railcards. It costs £20 to buy and lasts for 12 months. You will be entitled to one if you:

  • have a visual impairment
  • have a hearing impairment (including if you use a hearing aid)
  • receive Personal Independence Payments (PIP)
  • receive Disability Living Allowance (DLA) at either:
    • the higher or lower rate for the mobility component, or
    • the higher or middle rate for the care component
  • have epilepsy
  • receive Attendance Allowance or Severe Disablement Allowance
  • receive War Pensioner’s Mobility Supplement
  • receive War or Service Disablement Pension for 80% or more disability
  • buy or lease a vehicle through the Motability scheme

People with certain disabilities, and people who are prohibited from driving because of a medical condition, are entitled to a free Disabled Person’s Bus Pass. You can use your bus pass on weekdays all day from 9am. More information about who is eligible and how to apply is on the Brighton & Hove City Council website.

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More help and advice

If you would like advice about planning a journey for your group using public transport, contact Brighton & Hove City Council’s Personalised Travel Planning team.

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