Pick up areas
We have split our City into 2 pick up areas, calling them West and East. West encompasses everywhere from Portslade to London Road. East encompasses everywhere from London Road to Saltdean.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need more guidance.
We are travelling to a number of different destinations. See below for a short description of each destination and the fare.
November and December 2017
West area (from Portslade to London Road)
Wrong area? Click here for East timetable
|Worthing Market and The Range – Shopping – £8|
Busy weekly market in this traditional seaside town with a twist. A wide open prom allows space to breathe, while an endless horizon frames the beach and the famous pier. The Range has thousands of products across 16 departments including DIY, Homeware and Furniture.
|The Big Sick – Brighton Odeon – Cinema Club – £5|
(Drama, Romance) – 2h – starts at 14:00 – entrance ticket £3
Kumail is a Pakistani comic who meets Emily, an American student at one of his shows. As their relationship blossoms, he becomes worried about what his Muslim parents will think of her. When Emily suddenly falls into a coma, Kumail finds himself developing a bond with her family.
|Polhill Garden Centre, Sevenoaks – Shopping – £11|
Family owned business with over 50 years of gardening experience. Horticultural centre and shopping village selling home furnishings, plus farm shop and dining.
|Horsham Swan Walk and Garden Centre – Shopping – £9|
A glass-roofed shopping centre with small fashion boutiques, high-street lifestyle stores and cafes. Based in the heart of Horsham town centre, Swan Walk has everything you need for both the casual and busy shopper.
|Highdown Hotel Carvery, Worthing – Lunch Club – £8|
Originally a stately home, Highdown Hotel is set within the glorious grounds of Highdown Gardens on Highdown Hill, which offers spectacular views of the local area. The large traditional restaurant offers a popular carvery.
|Burgess Hill and Garden Centre – £8|
Burgess Hill’s town centre offers all the convenience of excellent shopping facilities with a wide range of independent shops and high street stores at the Market Place Shopping Centre, Martlets and the central thoroughfare of Church Road and the pedestrianised Church Walk.
|Paradise Park Garden Centre – Coffee and Cake Club – £6|
The Garden Centre displays a vast range of products for home and garden. You can relax at the coffee shop that offers a varied menu with a focus on creating fresh produce cooked to order. Afternoon tea is also available with scones baked fresh every day, along with a selection of cakes.
|The Green Man, Ringmer – Lunch Club – £8|
Country pub built in the 1860s popular for meals, with an extensive menu which is all homemade using only fresh vegetables.
|South Downs Nurseries, Hassocks – Christmas Lunch – £8|
Traditional Christmas Lunch with a vegetarian option. See our leaflet for more information.
|Arndale Centre and ESK, Eastbourne – Shopping – £8|
With over 70 shops and stores, the Arndale Centre is one of Eastbourne's top tourist destinations. ESK Warehouse is a huge shop with all sorts of products with a cafe and garden centre.
|Yew Tree Inn, Arlington – Lunch Club – £8|
For over 110 years the pub is nestled in the picturesque village of Arlington in a two and a half acre plot. They serve only fresh, 100% home cooked food. Their food is sourced locally, ensuring the freshest and most delicious in Sussex.
|Wyevale Garden Centre, Brighton – Coffee and Cake Club – £6|
Offers a huge range of top-quality plants and gardening products. Their expert and friendly team love to help customers and share handy tips and advice. They also have a gift shop and an excellent restaurant serving delicious meals.
|Acrobuffos Air Play, Brighton Dome – Theatre Club – £5|
Entrance ticket prices from £15 to £18.50. Please pay the maximum fare and any difference will be refunded or taken off the transport fare. Book your seat by the 10th of November. Play starts at 14:30.
"A joy from start to finish, Air Play will entrance children and act as a great reset button for stressed adults" Sydney Morning Herald
This Christmas, enter a world of flying umbrellas, giant kites floating over the audience, and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen. Air Play brings to life the very air we breathe, weaving together breathtaking circus, comedy and dazzling scenic effects for a family show that captures both the wonder and the excitement of the season. In epic set-pieces of uncommon beauty, fabrics dance in the wind, balloons have a mind of their own, and confetti turns into the night sky. Through it all, laugh-out-loud comedy is never far away.
Download the leaflets:
- Special trips timetable for November 2017
- Special trips timetable for December 2017
- Christmas Lunch 2017