LAW trains at Stanley Deason Leisure Centre on the East side of Brighton heading towards Rottingdean.
The entrance is signposted as both “Stanley Deason Leisure Centre” and as “City College Brighton”. It can be reached by bus from the centre of Brighton, or by car. There are regular and frequent trains to Brighton from London.
|Address:|| Stanley Deason Leisure Centre,
City College Brighton and Hove,
119 Wilson Avenue,
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|Contact Details:||Leisure Centre Website
Leisure Centre Phone: 01273 694 281 (UK) |
Note: these are contact details for the leisure centre – not for LAW.
Many buses run from the rear of Brighton railway station to the leisure centre. The journey will usually take 30 minutes depending on the particular bus route and traffic.
- The stop Whitehawk, opposite Stanley Deason Leisure Centre is served by bus route 21
- The stop Whitehawk Road, opposite Piltdown Road is served by bus routes 1, and 1A. This stop is a 5 minute walk from the leisure centre. Walk down Piltdown road and Wiston Road to reach Wilson Avenue.
Trains from London
There are frequent trains from London Victoria and London Bridge to Brighton station every day. The journey takes about an hour. From Brighton centre there are many bus routes that will go to the racecourse area.
Parking: There is free parking at the leisure centre.
If you are driving in from outside Brighton (e.g. London) coming down the A23, turn onto the A27 towards Lewes. As you see the blue roofed stadium in the distance, turn off onto the B2123 and follow signs towards Rottingdean at the roundabouts. As you come down the hill in Woodingdean, filter right at Woodingdean crossroads towards the city centre. As you begin to pass the racecourse, turn left onto Wilson Avenue which is signposted for the Royal Sussex and Royal Alexandra Hospitals.
If you are coming from the centre of Brighton drive towards the racecourse or Rottingdean or Woodingdean.