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21 - 29 June 2019

Nature Valley International

Devonshire Park

Nature Valley International – 21 - 29 June 2019

Travel & Parking

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Getting to the Nature Valley International

The Eastbourne International is held at Devonshire Park which is a 15 – 20 minute walk from Eastbourne station and a 10 minute walk from Eastbourne town centre.  See below for further details on how to get to the venue.

Venue Address

Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne, BN21 4JJ

By Train

Eastbourne is well connected via the Southern Rail service.  It is approximately 90 minutes from London Victoria Station – via London Gatwick Airport. A regional service operates from Brighton (approx. 40 mins), Ashford International (approx. 1 hour) and Ore (approx. 35 mins).

The train station doesn’t offer step free access however staff are on hand between 6am – 10pm to assist.  For more information on accessibility and mobility access, please visit the Eastbourne Station Enquiries Website.

The walk from Eastbourne station to Devonshire Park is approximately 0.8 miles and will take between 15 – 20 minutes.  Alternatively there are taxis located outside of Eastbourne station which cost £5 - £6.  Please note there are no cash points at the venue but there is an ATM located at Eastbourne station and an RBS ATM located along the walking route to Devonshire Park.

The Meads scheduled bus service to Devonshire Park will operate from the bus precinct close to Eastbourne railway station.

By Bus

National Express services run direct from London Victoria Coach Station to Eastbourne Town Centre.  For more information please visit the National Express Website.

Stagecoach operate buses in and around Eastbourne, including services to Hastings.  For more information please visit the Stagecoach Website.

Brighton and Hove buses also operate Coaster buses between Eastbourne and Brighton, passing through scenic National Park.  For more information please visit Coaster Buses.

Special shuttle services will be running within Eastbourne during the week of the tournament.  Please check back here for more information.

By Car

The main approach roads are the A22 from London, A259 from Hastings, and A27 from Brighton.

Car parking is available at the JCP Junction Road car park off Ashford Road (not 24 hours) and the NCP car park at Trinity Place. 

Saffrons Car Park (off Compton Place – BN21 1EA) will be a public car park with a £6 charge per car, per day.  A park and ride service will operate from here to Devonshire Park, with a £1.50 single fare. 

Staveley Road Car Park (BN20 7JS) will be a public car park with a £6 charge per car, per day.  A park and ride service will operate from here to Devonshire Park, with a £1.50 single fare. 

Download the bus timetable and map for further information.

For further parking locations, please go to Eastbourne Parking Website. Please note that Eastbourne now operates parking restrictions around the town, and the event cannot be held responsible for any fines incurred for illegally parked cars.

Disabled car parking spaces are free and available with easy access to the main entrance to the tournament. Please note that disabled parking is allocated on a first come, first served basis and we are now fully booked for Monday 25 - Friday 29 June. We have limited spaces left for Friday 22 - Sunday 24 June and Saturday 30 June. 

Spaces for disabled parking must be booked in advance by calling the Eastbourne Borough Council events team on 01323 415442 (Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm)

By Air

London Gatwick Airport is approximately a 55 minute train journey away with direct trains running between Gatwick and Eastbourne.

By Sea

The channel port of Newhaven is 20 minutes away, and Dover, Folkestone and the Channel Tunnel are 2 hours from Eastbourne.

By Bike

Cycling routes are available, please check your route in advance using Google Maps and selecting bicycling routes.

Please note that cycling is prohibited within the event grounds, and there are no areas to leave bikes on site. The LTA, WTA and Eastbourne Borough Council cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage to bicycles parked at the owner’s risk. 

Additional Eastbourne maps and travel information can be found at Visit Eastbourne.

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