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.
West area (from Portslade to London Road)
|Churchill – Brighton Odeon – Cinema Club – £5|
(Drama, Thriller) – 110 mins – starts at 14:30
Churchill is tortured by guilt over the Gallipoli catastrophe he oversaw during the 1st World War and is paralysed by terror that the imminent beach invasion will repeat it. Clashing with his political opponents, the troubled leader receives unwavering support from his wife Clementine. Cinema ticket £3 for Silver Screen Members, includes coffee / tea and biscuits.
|Horsham, Swan Walk and Garden Centre – Shopping – £8|
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. Stop to a garden centre on the way back.
|The Moorings, Pevensey Bay – Lunch Club – £8|
Traditional English restaurant located on the beach in Pevensey. Offers a varied selection of fish dishes, with a selection of steaks and popular dishes such as roasts and puddings. Renowned for their 3 course for £10 menu, with at least 6 starters and desserts and 10 main course selection.
|Brighton Greyhound Stadium – Leisure – £6|
With a capacity for 2,200 visitors, it's one of the most scenic of all greyhound stadia in the British Isles and boasts some of the most comfortable spectator amenities, with a skyline restaurant, two fast food outlets and five licensed bars.
|Fame – The Old Market, Hove – Theatre Club – £5|
Please book and pay for your place by the 9th of October – 150mins – starts at 14:30
An unforgettable title of the 1980’s, Fame inspired a generation of fame seeking young performers. The show follows the final class of New York City’s celebrated High School for the Performing Arts, from their admission in 1980 to their graduation in 1984. Entrance ticket £10.
|Belfry Shopping Centre, Redhill – Shopping – £11|
Shopping mall on 2 floors featuring Marks & Spencer, Dorothy Perkins and Burton, Topshop, Boots and many more. The spacious malls make shopping a pleasure and there are plenty of cafes to keep you refreshed throughout your visit.
|Ditchling Garden Pride – Coffee and Cake Club – £6|
Garden Pride is a well established and popular garden centre. While offering a huge range of indoor/outdoor plants, flowers, seeds and bulbs, Garden Pride is also a key stockist for Alexander Rose Furniture & Weber BBQs.
|The Swallow’s Return, Ferring – Lunch Club – £8|
The pub, at the edge of South Downs National Park, is a converted barn and takes its name from the many pairs of swallows that return to the farmyard to nest every summer. The picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on their menu.
|Langney Shopping Centre, Eastbourne – Shopping – £9|
With more than 30 stores, at Langney you will find friendly staff and a secure and pleasant atmosphere to shop, eat and socialise. Stop at The Old Loom Mill Craft Centre & Tearooms on the way back.