332A Dyke Road
East Sussex
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 1273 232779


We are located in Brighton, on the East Sussex Coast. Brighton is a great place to visit, with lots to do with a charm all of its own.

One of the most interesting and relaxing ways to see Brighton is in an open top Tour Bus with tour highlights such as Regancy Brighton, The Royal Pavillion, The Brighton Dome, Corn Exchange, The Lanes, the Seafront and Marina.
For more information please contact Visitor Information Centre at Bartholomew Square on 0906 7112255 (calls cost 50p a minute)
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Getting to Brighton is simple whether by rail, road, sea or air.

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By Road:
1. From London and Gatwick travel down the M23/A23 past the stone pillars marking he Brighton boundary. Follow signs for the A27 to Hove and Worthing.

2. From the A27 take the Devils Dyke exit to Hove.

3. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit into Dyke Road Avenue.

4. Continue along Dyke Road Avenue which merges into Dyke Road

5. Number 332 Dyke Road is on the left hand side of the road opposite Woodruff Avenue. A VISION OF HOPE plaque is on the outside of the clinic facing the road

By Rail:
Brighton has excellent rail links from all over the country.

A fast and frequent train service operates from London Victoria to Brighton station. The journey takes about 55 minutes. The clinic is about 3 minutes from Brighton station where taxis are readily available.

Preston Park station is 1mile away from the clinic.
Hove station is 4 miles away from the clinic.

For all rail enquiries please telephone 08457 48 49 50 (National Rail Enquiries) or see Railtrack (

By Coach:
National Express – telephone 08705 808080
Jet Link – telephone 08705 757747
They both share the web site:

By Air:
London’s Gatwick Airport is connected by direct train to Brighton station. The journey from the airport either by car or by train takes about 30 minutes. In addition, London Stansted, London City Airport and Heathrow are all less than two hours away.

By Sea:
There are sailings daily the during peak season, plus a weekly, year round classic ferry service with Transmanche Ferries ( Brighton is approximately 25 minutes by road or rail from Newhaven. The Channel Tunnel ( and other major ports e.g. Dover, Folkestone, Portsmouth and Southampton – are between one and two hours away by motorway.

Have a safe journey!