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Southwick Recreation Ground, Croft Avenue, Southwick, West Sussex, BN42 4AB

How to get to Sussex MS Centre

Travelling by car

Having travelled down the Old Shoreham Road (A270) or the coast Road (A259) and reached Southwick, the Centre is signposted on the corner of Croft Avenue just off Southwick Road.

Drive along Croft Avenue and at the end (mini roundabout)  turn left into the park (Southwick Recreation Ground).  Follow the road, turning right past the bowls club and keep going to the car park at the very end on your left and you will see the Centre.

Travelling by bus

There are a number of buses that stop near the Centre including the 60, 46 and 700.

For real time information on buses stopping near the Centre visit Brighton and Hove Buses. The 700 bus is operated by Stagecoach and covers the Brighton-Worthing-Littlehampton area. Once you have arrived you need to make your way to Croft Avenue.

The MS Centre is signposted on the corner of the avenue, just off Southwick Road. Go to the end of Croft Avenue and turn left at the mini roundabout into the park (Southwick Recreation Ground).  Follow the road, turning right past the bowls club and keep going to the car park at the very end on your left and you will see the Centre.

Travelling by rail

We are a seven minute walk from Southwick rail station. To take a taxi call Southwick Taxis on 01273-595959.

You can check the times of trains on the Southern Railway here. Once you have arrived you need to turn left out of the station to make your way to Croft Avenue.

The MS Centre is signposted on the corner of the avenue, just off Southwick Road. Go to the end of Croft Avenue and turn left at the mini roundabout into the park (Southwick Recreation Ground).  Follow the road, turning right past the bowls club and keep going to the car park at the very end on your left and you will see the Centre.

Taxis

Southwick Taxis 01273-595959

Brighton and Hove Council provide information on wheelchair accessible taxis in their area on their taxi licensing public register.

For information on wheelchair accessible transport (taxis, Dial-a-Ride etc) in the Adur area please visit the Adur and Worthing Council's website.