This is a small picture of St. Andrew's Church

 

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 This is a map showing the location of St. Andrew's Church

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On-road parking is free, but Bishopstone Road is narrow, so, to reduce congestion and inconvenience to local residents, off-road parking is made available, in a field that is immediately adjacent to the Church

Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company Limited operates a bus service along the A259 that runs between Brighton and Eastbourne.  Service 12/12A currently runs every fifteen minutes, during the afternoon and early evening, on Sundays, but this may change, after 21st April 2018.  Passengers travelling from the direction of both Brighton and Eastbourne should alight at the stop called Bishopstone Road.  The stop is an approximately fifteen-minute walk from the Church.  Service 13X runs intermittently, on Sundays, but is limited stop, between Brighton and Seaford Library, and does NOT serve Bishopstone Road

Road users should note that opening of the Swing Bridge can delay journeys from the western side of Newhaven.  In the same way, large numbers of visitors to the Seven Sisters Country Park can delay journeys from the eastern side of Exceat Bridge

Govia Thameslink Railway Limited (Southern) operates a train service between Brighton and Seaford that currently runs every half-hour, on Sundays, with hourly connexions from London, at Lewes, but this may change, after 19th May 2018.  Bishopstone Station is an approximately twenty-five minute walk from the Church.  Intending passengers should note that Improvement Works frequently delay journeys, on Sundays, due to operation of a replacement bus service.  It does NOT call at the entrance to Bishopstone Station, but uses the stop called Hill Rise.  The stop is an approximately twenty-minute walk from the Church.  The replacement bus service does NOT serve Bishopstone Road

There are no toilet facilities, in the Church, but they are made available, in the Village Hall.  This is immediately adjacent to the Church, but, sadly, accessible only via a very shallow flight of ten steps (but an entirely made-up path) or a very shallow flight of two steps (but across some grass)