Like any city, Brighton & Hove has limited parking spaces – especially in the vicinity of the seafront and the inner city area. Unfortunately, we couldn’t guarantee parking spaces for anyone travelling to Disability Pride Brighton.
We strongly recommend that anyone travelling to the festival in future plans their travel arrangements well in advance. Do contact us if you require any advice or information.
Brighton & Hove Buses Accessible Transport for 2018 – Free Bus Travel
In 2018, we teamed up with Brighton & Hove Buses and Community Transport to provide the following:
- All disability concessionary card holders are entitled to free travel for themselves and any plus one companion of their choice. This offer applies all day on 14th July on all Brighton & Hove Bus services. This offer only applies to disabled concessionary card holders
- Additionally, a shuttle service for those who require assistance will be operating between Brighton Station and the Disability Pride Park at Hove Lawns. Staff will be on hand outside Brighton Station to assist and advise customers
- There is also a number 6 service operating every 10 minutes from Brighton Station to the Norfolk Square stop on Western Road
- Alternatively, there is a pedestrian route via Western Street for anyone wishing to take this route to the seafront. Be advised that the distance of this route is 0.2 mile
All details can be found at this link.
Click here for the timetable, the map for the shuttle service, information about the number 6 service that we will be using for the festival bus route, as well as the pedestrian route.
Please do contact Brighton & Hove Buses at 01273 886200 or email them if you require any further information.
Map showing shuttle service, 6 service, pedestrian route and Norfolk Square for all services operating via Western Road.