the festival will be strictly to over 18s only. Coloured wrist bands
will be issued for each session on entry and must be worn.
Comprehensive directions for getting to Brighton Racecourse by
car (designated drivers only!), public transport and helicopter
(yes, helicopter) can be found on teh Racecourse's own website.
In addition, there will be a free shuttle bus
to & from the venue from the rear of Brighton station for every
session except after the Saturday evening session. The timetable
- From Brighton station to the Racecourse (note:
not wheelchair accessible; please use B&H service #22 instead):
- Thursday: 4pm, 5pm
- Friday: 10am, 11am, 12pm
- Saturday: 10am, 11am, 12pm
- From the Racecourse to Brighton station (wheelchair
accessible, unless stated)::
- Thursday: 9.45pm, 10pm, 10.15pm, 10.30pm,
10.45pm & 11pm.
- Friday: 3pm (NOT wheelchair accessible),
9.45pm, 10p,, 10.15pm, 10.30pm, 10.45pm and 11pm.
- Saturday: no free service
Brighton & Hove Buses 22 & 2 stop outside the venue (and
should be wheelchair accessible). Other buses including 18, 21 &
23 go most of the way up Elm Grove. See http://www.buses.co.uk/
Excerpt from the Racecourse's own FAQs
(as at 16/12/2016):
"Brighton Racecourse aims to provide an accessible
environment for all our racegoers, particularly those with disabilities.
We provide disabled parking spaces and ramped access to each public
Enclosure. Disabled toilets are available in both the Premier and
Grandstand & Paddock enclosure although please be advised they
are currently fairly small in size."
General Tourist Info:
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