City Coast Centre

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Address
North Street
Portslade (Brighton & Hove)


BN41 1DG
United Kingdom


Getting to City Coast Centre

By train: The venue is a 10 minute walk south of Portslade station (Brighton to Portsmouth mainline). On leaving the station make sure the level crossing is behind you and walk down Station Road towards the sea. North Street is the last turning on your right before the seafront. There are hourly direct trains from London Victoria to Portslade (journey time just over one hour) that stop at East Croydon, Haywards Heath, and Burgess Hill, etc. There are also direct trains from Southampton/Portsmouth to Portslade that stop at Fareham, Havant, Chichester, Worthing, etc. Please check the National Rail Enquiries website at www.nationalrail.co.uk  for up-to-date details and for train services along the East Coast (including Lewes, Eastbourne and Hastings).

By bus: any bus going to Station Road/Boundary Road or Portslade Station (e.g. 1, 1A, 6, 7, 25, 49A). Buses 1 & 1A (eastbound only), and 700 (Stagecoach) stop on the sea front (Wellington Road/Kingsway), a 3 minute walk away from the venue. Please check Brighton & Hove Bus Companies website at www.buses.co.uk for up-to-date details.

By car: Via the seafront (South), turn into Boundary Road, take the first turning on your left into North Street. From the North (Old Shoreham Road A270), take the turning towards Portslade shopping area (Carlton Terrace B2194). You will pass through the level crossing at Portslade Railway Station where the road will become Station Road (then Boundary Road). North Street is the last turning on your right before the traffic lights on the seafront.

Parking: There is ample free car parking for around 30 cars in the venue’s own undercover car park accessed via George Street. Just drive around the centre and you’ll find it!

City Coast Centre

Not so pretty on the outside, but lovely on the inside!

Front doors, access also available via the car park at the side of the building

Front doors, access also available via the car park at the side of the building

On-street parking is also free, but can sometimes be tricky to find in the immediate vicinity of the Centre. You may need to check roads that are a 10 minute walk to the west of the Centre, for example, St Peter’s Road, St Nicholas Road, St Michael’s Road. These are suggestions only, we are not guaranteeing that parking will be available on these streets!

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4 Comments

  1. Michelle Tiedman 09/03/2018 at 9:32 pm .

    I have booked onto Art as Therapy – could you recommend a B&B for my colleague and I to stay at on the Friday night please?

  2. Brighton Therapy Partnership 18/03/2018 at 12:42 pm .

    Hi Michelle. Could you email us on info@brightontherapypartnership.org.uk please?
    Many thanks!

  3. Stephen Brookes 05/12/2019 at 2:42 pm .

    Is your building and training rooms wheelchair accessible?

  4. Brighton Therapy Partnership 05/12/2019 at 6:06 pm .

    Dear Stephen

    Thank you for your question. The venues we use for our training events are wheelchair accessible, have lift access, and accessible toilet facilities. If you have any specific question or concern re access issues please do email us before booking yourself onto an event, and we will put your questions to the venue and ask them on your behalf. We look forward to meeting you at one of our events in the near future!

    best wishes
    Brighton Therapy Partnership


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