Public Transport Links to Nature Sites in Sussex

Please check the bus and train timetables before you travel as bus and train companies revise timetables periodically. The bus and train frequencies given are for daytime services, evening services are typically less frequent. Occasionally bus companies rename bus routes or discontinue routes.

Chichester Harbour nature sites (Chichester Marina, Birdham, Itchenor or West Wittering).

These locations are the staring points for walks around Chichester Harbour, which are excellent for watching wetland and coastal birds; Chichester Harbour has a great variety of overwintering bird, but there is something to see all year round. Click here for more information on Chichester Harbour's birds 

Take the train to Chichester (typically trains run every half hour from Brighton and Shoreham). Click here for train timetable.

The train typically go every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday; every 60 minutes on Sundays. The train journey from Brighton to Chichester takes about 55 minutes; from Shoreham it takes about 40 minutes. 

For harbour sites in the Manhood Peninsular (Chichester Marina, Birdham, Itchenor or West Wittering) take the 52 or 53 bus from Chichester Bus Station (close to Rail Station) or opposite the Cathedral (where you can have a look at the spire and see if you can see the Chichester Cathedrale Peregrine Falcons). The buses typically go every 15 minutes Monday-Friday; every 20 minutes on Saturdays and every 30 minutes on Sundays. There is a loop in the route round West Wittering, East Wittering and Bracklesham Bay; the 52 goes one way round the loop, the 53 goes the other. Click here for bus timetable. The bus journey to West Wittering takes about 30 minutes. There is bit of a walk from these bus stops to their harbours

Click here for suggested walks in Chichester Harbour

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RSPB Medmerry 

There are two ways I have accessed RSPB Medmerry; from Pagham Harbour RSPB visitors centre (for the middle of Medmerry and the east, to the Breach viewing point); and from Earnley/Bracklesham Bay (for the west of Medmerry, e.g. the Stilt Pool). 

For both these entry routes take the train to Chichester (typically trains run every half hour from Brighton and Shoreham). Click here for train timetable. The trains typically go every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday; every 60 minutes on Sundays. The train journey from Brighton to Chichester takes about 55 minutes; from Shoreham it takes about 40 minutes. 

For entry at Earnley/Bracklesham Bay, take the 52 or 53 bus from Chichester Bus Station (close to Rail Station) or opposite the Cathedral (where you can have a look at the spire and see if you can see the Peregrine Falcons). The buses typically go every 15 minutes Monday-Friday; every 20 minutes on Saturdays and every 30 minutes on Sundays. There is a loop in the route round West Wittering, East Wittering and Bracklesham Bay: the 52 goes one way round the loop, the 53 goes the other. Click here for bus timetable. Get off at the Clapper Lane stop (just before Bracklesham Bay) and walk along Clappers Lane to Earnley, about a 15 minute walk. At Earnley church the RSPB Medmerry carpark is signposted; walk to the car park and follow the signs; it takes about another 20 minutes to reach the Medmerry sea wall (now inland) which encompasses the Medmerry wetlands. The bus journey to Earnley takes about 20-30 minutes.

 

If you have walked to the western end of Medmerry (the Stilt Pool) you can either walk back to Earnley the way you came, an get the 52/53 bus from there, or you can walk along the beach to Bracklesham Bay and get the 52/53 back from there. You can get the bus in either direction (West Wittering or Chichester, as the West Wittering direction bus goes to Chichester after West Wittering). It s not possible to walk along the beach to Selsey, as the Breach (sea inlet) blocks the route.

For entry from RSPB Pagham Visitors take the 51 bus from Chichester Bus Station (close to Rail Station) or opposite the Cathedral. The buses typically go every 15 minutes Monday-Friday; every 20 minutes on Saturdays and every 30 minutes on Sundays.  Click here for bus timetable. Get off at Sidlesham, Nature Reserve stop (which is directly outside RSPB Pagham Harbour). Cross the road and follow the path to RSPB Medmerry (1.8 miles) 2 to reach the middle of Medmerry sea wall (now inland) which encompasses the Medmerry wetlands, from there you can walk eastwards to the Breach viewing point. The bus journey to Sidlesham, Nature Reserve (RSPB Pagham Harbour) takes about 20-25 minutes. If you take this option, have a look at RSPB Pagham Harbour's Ferry Pool which is a few meters down the road from the path to Medmerry, it is often full of interesting birds.

If you have walked to the eastern end of Medmerry (the Breach viewing point) you can either walk back to the RSPB Pagham Harbour Visitors Centre, the way you came, and get the 51 bus back from there, or you can walk into Selsey and get the 51 back from there. It is not possible to walk along the beach to Bracklesham Bay, as the Breach (sea inlet) blocks the route.

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RSPB Pagham Harbour 

 

Take the train to Chichester (typically trains run every half hour from Brighton and Shoreham). Click here for train timetable. The trains typically go every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday; every 60 minutes on Sundays. The train journey from Brighton to Chichester takes about 55 minutes; from Shoreham it takes about 40 minutes. 

Take the 51 bus from Chichester Bus Station (close to Rail Station) or opposite the Cathedral. The buses typically go every 15 minutes Monday-Friday; every 20 minutes on Saturdays and every 30 minutes on Sundays.  Click here for bus timetable. Get off at Sidlesham, Nature Reserve stop (which is directly outside RSPB Pagham Harbour).

There are two longer walks in RSPB Pagham Harbour, for details click here. The North Wall Trail can be reached by footpath from the visitors centre, and you can continue on by footpath to Pagham Spit (the beach at the end of the north side of the harbour, where you can see Terns). If you take this route, you'll have to walk back to the visitors centre to get the bus back to Chichester. 

 

The Church Norton trail can be reached by footpath from the visitors centre too. Tern Island can be seen best from this trail, from the south side of Pagham Harbour - although you'll need good magnification to see them. You can walk on to Church Norton Spit (the beach at the the end of the south side of the harbour); parts of Church Norton Spit beach are closed during Tern nesting times. You can walk back to the visitor centre to get the bus back to Chichester, or, alternatively, at Church Norton beach, you can walk on a footpath to Selsey and get the 51 bus back from Selsey.

It is not possible to cross Pagham Harbour mouth to get to the North Wall route from the Church Norton route of vice versa.

At high tides parts of the North Wall and Church Norton walks are under water; but there are alternative paths at high tide. Check the tide times before you go!

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Wildfowl and Wetland Trust: Arundel Wetland Centre

 

Take the train to Arundel. To do this take the train from Brighton or Shoreham to Barnham (same line as to Chichester) and change trains, getting a train to Arundel (in the direction of London Victoria) (typically trains run every half hour from Brighton and Shoreham). Click here for train timetable. The trains typically go every 30 minutes every day. The train journey from Brighton to Arundel (changing at Barnham takes) about 1 hour, 15 minutes; from Shoreham it takes about 55 minutes. 

Arundel Wetland Centre is a 25 minute walk (1.3 miles) from the rail station. "At the station follow the signs to the footpath to the town centre that bypasses the A27. From Arundel town centre turn right onto Mill Road at roundabout where the post office is located. Follow the footpath on either side of Mill Road towards Arundel Wetland Centre. There is no footpath on Mill Road once you get to the stone bridge at the Mill Stream. Cross the Mill Stream via the pedestrian footbridge located to the right of the bridge. Follow this footpath straight ahead along the boundary fence of Arundel Wetland Centre (not along the stream). The footpath runs parallel with the Mill Road. Exit the footpath opposite Swanbourne Lodge - last 200 yards of your walk will be on the road. Note that there is no street lighting along sections of the route so caution is needed in hours of darkness". Directions | WWT.

For more information about the Arundel Wetland Centre click here.

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RSPB Pulborough Brooks 

 

Take the train to Pulborough. To do this take the train from Brighton or Shoreham to Barnham (same line as to Chichester) and change trains, getting a train to Pulborough (in the direction of London Victoria) (typically trains run every half hour from Brighton and Shoreham). Click here for train timetableThe trains typically go every 30 minutes every day. The train journey from Brighton to Arundel (changing at Barnham takes) about 1 hour, 15 minutes; from Shoreham it takes about 55 minutes. 

There is a footpath from Pulborough train station to Pulborough Brooks (2.5 miles/4km via road and public footpath. The public footpath can be very wet and muddy following rain and can be impassable if the river has flooded. This route from the station to the reserve is also the Pulborough Art Trail, so you can just follow the signs for the art trail click here for more information on the art trail. I you would prefer to get a bus from Pulborough Station to RSPB Pulborough Brooks you can take Compass Bus 100, which stop immediately outside the reserve. It is a request stop. This bus goes once a hour Mondays to Saturday (and does not run on Sunday). Click here here for the bus timetable.

For more information about RSPB Pulborough Brooks click here.

 

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Cissbury Ring (National Trust)

 

I typically visit Cissbury Ring by bike. I cycle to Broadwater in Worthing. I park my bike in a road below the A27. Cross the A27 (Upper Brighton Road) and then walk though the Rotary/Hill Barn Recreation Ground. At the top of the recreation ground waked east up Hill Barn Lane, until reaching the bridleway on the left that takes you due North to Cissbury Ring. To the left (west) of the loath is the Hill Barn Gold Course. This walk takes about 1 hour (going up to Cissbury Ring); and about 45 minutes (on the return). It is possible to cycle up the bridleway to Cissbury Ring, but it is a very steep bridleway.

 

By bus you can take the the Stagecoach 700 bus to Worthing (from Brighton or Shoreham) and get off at Marine Parade. Bus frequency: every 10 minute; journey time (from Brighton): 60 minutes. Click here for the 700 timetable. Then walk about 200m to the Worthing South Street stop (Stop J) and catch the Stagecoach 1 bus (direction: Midhurst). You could either get off at Broadwater, Cricketers Parade, and walk up Cissbury Road, and follow the walking route outlined above. Alternatively, you could get off at Findon Valley, May Tree Avenue, and walk there much shorter distance to Cissbury Ring from there. Bus frequency: once an hour, Monday-Saturday; once every two hours Sundays; journey time: 10 minutes (Worthing South Street to Broadwater:); 25 minutes. Click here for the 1 timetable.

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Brooklands Park, Worthing

 

Brooklands Park, Worthing, has had a make over, and is now a a great place for ducks and geese, and warblers in the reed beds around the lake and along the brook. Click here for more details on Brooklands Park.

 

Brooklands Park can be easily reached on the Stagecoach 700 bus from Brighton or Shoreham. The bus goes every 10 minutes Monday to Friday, and every 20 minutes in Sunday. The journey time from Brighton (Old Steine, Stop Q)to Brooklands is typically 40 minutes, from Shoreham it is 20 minutes. Click here here for the bus timetable.

I frequently visit Brookland Park by bike. From Brighton I cycle along the N2 cycle path, click here for details of the N2, along the coast to Shoreham. To cycle to Brooklands Park from the Palace Pier Brighton takes, 60--90 minutes depending on your fitness level.

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Bramber Brooks Nature Reserve, Bramber

 

Bramber Brooks is a new nature reserve, located on the site of medieval salterns, just north of the Street, the main road in Bramber. Click here for more details on Bramber Brooks. It is a great place to hear (and hopefully) see warblers; there are often Buzzards flying overhead.

 

Bramber Brooks can be reached on the Brighton and Hove 2 bus from Brighton or Shoreham. Only one in three number 2 buses go to Bramber; you need to ensure that the destination of your bus is Steyning not Shoreham. The 2 to Steyning, for Bramber, goes once an hour, Monday to  Sunday. The journey time from Brighton (Old Steine, Stop H) to Bramber is typically 1 hour and 10 minutes minutes, from Shoreham it is 30 minutes. Click here here for the bus timetable.

I frequently visit Bramber Brooks by bike. From Brighton I cycle along the N2 cycle path, click here for details of the N2, along the coast to Shoreham; from Shoreham I cycle up the Downs Link path (by the side of the Adur initially) to Bramber/ click here for details of the Downs Link bike route. To cycle to Shoreham from the Palace Pier Brighton takes, 45-75 minutes depending on your fitness level; cycling from Shoreham to Bramber takes 30-50 minutes. There are many beautiful places you can visit by cycling further along the Downs Link path beyond Bramber, click here for details.

 

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Adur Estuary RSPB Reserve, Shoreham, the Adur Valley and the Widewater Lagoon Local Nature Reserve

The Adur Estuary RSPB reserve is a great place to go to see wading birds, especially in the winter when there are many  migrants visiting. Click here for details of the reserve and what you could see.  Whilst not in the area of the RSPB observe, the estuary from the Norfolk (road) Bridge to the Toll Bridge (and above) offers great opportunities for viewing waders and other sea birds. A little further along from Shoreham Beach is the Widewater Lagoon Local Nature Reserve. "Widewater Lagoon is an area of brackish water landlocked by a man-made shingle bank. It is home to herons, swans, geese, cormorants, kingfishers, gulls and many other wildfowl. It lies between the beach and A259 coast road (Brighton Road) in Lancing; between the far east of Lancing Beach and the far west of Shoreham Beach". Widewater Lagoon - Adur & Worthing Councils (adur-worthing.gov.uk) 

 

The Adur Estuary and Widewater Lagoon can be visited easily by bus and train from Brighton. For Widewater take the 700 to the South Lancing, the Broadway bus stop, and cross the footbridge across Widewater Lagoon or take the 2 or 700  and get of at the Shoreham Footbridge bus stop and walk wets through/along Shoreham Beach (a lovely walk in itself) to the Widewater Lagoon. The journey time from Brighton (Old Stein) to South Lancing in about 50 minutes. The bus goes every 10 minutes Monday to Friday, and every 20 minutes in Sunday. Click here for the 700 bus timetable

 

To get t0 Shoreham. the Adur Estuary you can take the Stagecoach 700 bus from Brighton Old Steine to Shoreham Footbridge (journey time 30 minutes) or the Brighton and Hive 2 bus from the Old Seine to Shoreham Footbridge (journey time 50 minutes). Click here for the 2 bus timetable. The 2 runs every 20 minutes Monday to Saturday, every 30 minutes on Sunday.

You can also travel to Shoreham by train from Brighton Station. Monday to Saturday there are trains to Shoreham about every 10 minutes and the journey time is about 13 minutes; on Sundays there are two trains an hour. Click here for train times.

I frequently visit the Adur Estuary and Widewater Lagoon on my bike. From Brighton I cycle along the N2 cycle path, click here for details of the N2, along the coast to Shoreham. To cycle to Shoreham from the Palace Pier Brighton takes, 45-75 minutes depending on your fitness level.

 

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Woods Mill Nature Reserve, outside Henfield 

 

Woods Mill Nature Reserve is the headquarters of the Sussex Wildlife Trust, click here for details of the reserve.

 

Woods Mill is not an easy place to visit by public transport. There are bus routes to Henfield; but Woods Mill is a 30 minute walk from Henfield along the busy Shoreham Road (A2037), which often does not have any pavement.

 

Henfield can be reached bus from Brighton or Shoreham. From Brighton (Old Steine, Stop d) the 17 goes once an hour. Monday to Saturday. The journey time is 45 minutes . Click here here for the bus timetable.

Southern Transit used to operate a bus service (route 3) from Shoreham to Henfield - stopping outside Woods Mill, but this service is currently mothballed; for details click here.

 

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Old Lodge (Ashdown Forest (Sussex Wildlife Trust) 

 

Please note: I do not recommend going to Old Lodge using the route detailed below as it entails walking along roads which do not have pavements, and there are only grass verges for part of the route, so much of the route involves walking in busy roads, which is not particularly safe.

 

This is the only route I know at present. I think there may be a footpath route from just below the Crow and Gate bus stop, through Ashdown Forest, to King's Standing (a small copse close to the car park for Old Lodge). I will explore this route on another occasion and update these directions accordingly.

 

If your are prepared to risk walk in roads. take the 29 Brighton and Hove Bus from Old Steine in Brighton to the Crow and Gate stop, south of Crowborough (journey time: 75 minutes; day time frequency: 60 minutes). From Crow and Gate walk south down the A26 to the junction with New Road; turn right (west) onto New Road and walk along New Road to the junction of the B2606 where you take a steep right (north) turn onto the B2606. Walk north a little way along the B2606 until you get to the Roman Road car park, where, to the left (west), a path in Ashdown Forest, can be reached, which runs parallel to the B2606 to the Old Lodge car park. When walking through the Forest remember, despite its name, it is mostly heathland (as Forest historically denoted heathland with some woods). It takes at least 50 minutes to walk from the bus stop (Crow and Gate) to Old Lodge car park.

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Seaford Head Nature Reserve and Cuckmere Haven Nature Reserve

 

Seaford Head Nature Reserve is managed by the Sussex Wildlife Trust, click here for details of the reserve. At Splash Point, at the beginning of the reserve, there is a colony of Kittiwakes that you can see during breeding season. 

You can reach the reserve by bus or train, there is a 20-30 minute walk from the bus stop and train station to the beginning of the reserve at Splash Point. Seaford is well served by the Brighton and Hove 12, 12A (slightly longer), 12X (slightly faster) and 13X services. At the weekends these busses can be very bust with tourists mostly going to Cuckmere Haven, so sometimes the busses are too full to board (especially with the current covid regulations in place). There is a 12, 12A or 12X every 5 minutes from the Sealife Centre (stop K) in the day time Mondays-Saturdays and every 15 minutes on Sundays. Journey time to Seaford (Library Stop) is 45-60 minutes, depending on which bus you take. Click here for the timetable for the 12, 12A and 12X, On Sundays and Bank holidays only you can use the 13X to Seaford, which continues on to Eastbourne via Berling Gap and Beachy Head (the only bus that goes to Berling Gap and Beachy Head form Brighton). Click here for the timetable for the 13X

The trains from Brighton to Seaford, click here for timetable, run every half hour Monday-Sunday, and the journey takes 40 minutes.

If you only wish to visit Seaford Head Nature Reserve (Splash Point to Cuckmere Haven beach) to return, walk back along the route you take to the bus stops in Seaford or Seaford Train Station. I frequently combine walking Seaford Head Nature Reserve  with walking the Cuckmere Haven Nature Reserve, which is excellent for waders and sea birds, especially during the winter migration season, returning to Brighton from the Cuckmere Inn or Seven Sisters Park Centre, bus stops. The Cuckmere Haven Nature Reserve is managed by the National Trust, click here for details. The Cuckmere Valley is extremely busy at  weekends and a weekday visit is typically more enjoyable, and better for bird watching. If you continue your trip to Seaford Head to the Cuckmere Valley you will need to walk up a path of the west side of the Cuckmere River, as it is not possible to cross the river at the beach, There are two paths on the east, one along the river's levees and another slightly to the west; both are good for bird watching.

If you wish to visit just the Cuckmere Valley take the 12, 12a, 12x or 13x to the Cuckmere Inn or Seven Sisters Visitor Centre; Cuckmere Inn for the paths on the west side of the Cuckmere River; the Seven Sisters Visitor Centre for the paths on the east side of the Cuckmere River. You can not go down one and up the other, as the Cuckmere River can not be crossed at the beach end. If you want to combine a walk in the Cuckmere Valley with the Seven Sisters walk from Cuckmere to Eastbourne via Beachy Head you need to take the east path. You can return to Brighton form Eastbourne on the 12, 12A or 12X; on a Sunday and bank holidays you can return to Brighton from Birling Gap or Beachy Head on the 13X. In the week you could walk from Birling Gap to East Dean and get the 12, 12A or 12X back to Brighton from there.

If you are travelling from Shoreham you need to add on the time of the bus or train from Brighton to Shoreham.

 

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Pett Pools and the Panel Valley Nature Reserve

The Pett Pools at Pett Level, east of Hastings, running between Fairlight and Winchelsea Beach offers some great bird watching, especially for wades in winter and warblers in Summer, click here for details of the Pett Pools.  To get to Pet Pools by public transport you need to get a train to Hastings and a bus to Pett.

Trains to Hastings from Brighton are once an hour, and the journey time is 70 minutes. The Stagecoach 101 bus service form Hastings Train Station to Pett Level runs every hour and takes 40 minutes to reach the Pett Level Canal Bank stop Mondays to Saturdays; on Sunday there is a bus every 2 hours and there are only 4 buses in each direction on Sundays. Click here for the 101 timetable.

You could also reach the bottom of the Panel Valley Nature Reserve, which is a great bird watching sight, from the path behind the Royal Military Canal at Pett Level, but it is not easy find the path into the Pannel Valley from the Royal Military Canal path; for your first visit go with someone who knows the route - I did! Click here for details of the Pannel Valley Reserve. The Pannel Valey has two scrapes with three hides, and is a great place to see Seabirds and Waders, including nesting Terns and Black-headed Gulls in Spring/Summer and many migrant waders in the winter.

You could also use the 101 bus to reach Winchelsea Beach, where you can enter the west end of the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve; but I typically tale the train to Winchelsea or Rye to visit Rye Harbour Reserve

If you are travelling from Shoreham you need to add on the time of the bus or train from Shoreham to Brighton.

 

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Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, is one of my favourite  bird watching sites. There is a variety of habitats, and some excellent hides; for details of the reserve click here.

To visit the reserve you have to get the train to Rye. To travel to Rye you need to change at Eastbourne and get the Ashford International service. Trains to Rye, changing at Eastbourne, are once an hour, and the journey time is two hours and 16 minutes.  Click here for the train timetable.

When you arrive at Rye you can walk from Rye to the north part of the reserve, to Castle Water, via Brede Lock - click here to download the map if the reserve. However, most of the trails are accessed from the discovery centre, which is at Rye Harbour Village - a 45-60 minute walk from Rye Station. There is a bus from Rye Station to Rye Harbour, the Stagecoach 312, click here for the timetable, although it runs only every two hours, and not at regular intervals, Monday to Friday; the journey takes 7 minutes.  

If you are visiting Rye Harbour Nature Reserve from Rye, you can return to Brighton from Rye Harbour, or you could return form the Winchelsea Beach end of the reserve from Winchelsea. The town of Winchelsea is about a 45 minute walk from Winchelsea Beach. From Winchelsea town, Winchelsea station is a further 45 minute walk north of the town of Winchelsea, the station is in the middle o fields, not in the town. If you are coming back from Winchelsea, it is easier to get the bus from Winchelsea Beach to Hastings and then pick up the train from Hastings. The Stagecoach bus 101 runs from Winchelsea Beach Caravan Park stop to Hastings Station and takes about 40 minutes, there is only a bus once an hour Mondays to Saturdays, and once every two hours (just four buses) on Sundays; click here for the 101 timetable

If you are travelling from Shoreham you need to add on the time of the bus or train from Shoreham to Brighton.

 

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RSPB Dungeness Nature Reserve

RSPB is in Kent not Sussex, but it is doable as a day trip from Brighton  by public transport - just!

The RSPB Dungeness Reserve, is top birding, but it is quite a trek from Brighton by public transport (although I do it twice a month when I am working as a volunteer bumblebee surveyor for the Bumblebee Conservations Trust's Short-haired Bumblebee Reintroduction Project, so it is possible.  For details of the RSPB reserve click here.

To visit the reserve you have to get the train to Rye. To travel to Rye you need to change at Eastbourne and get the Ashford International service. Trains to Rye, changing at Eastbourne, are once an hour, and the journey time is two hours and 16 minutes.  Click here for the train timetable.

When you arrive at Rye you need to get a bus to the entrance of the reserve.  The Stagecoach 202, click here for the timetable, goes to Lydd-on-Sea although it runs once an hour Monday to Friday, and twice an hour on Saturdays and Sundays,  the journey takes about 30 minutes. It runs more frequently at the weekends as it serves the Camber Sands Holiday Camp, On the way from Lydd to Lydd on Sea the bus runs past the entrance to RSPB Dungeness. There is no formal bus stop there but the drivers will always drop you off there if you ask them to; although some drivers don't know where RSPB Dungeness is - so if you are going for your first time - have Google Maps on your Smartphone on, and tell the driver when the bus is approaching RSPB Dungeness. The drivers are remarkably helpful, and I have never had a problem getting off at the entrance to the reserve, even when the bus driver doesn't know where it is! From the entrance to the reserve it is another 40 minute walk to the Visitors Centre, but that walk is part of the reserve trail - so you may see some good burs from the entrance - I have seen Hobbies on the walk to the visitor centre and some good waders on the pools (old gravel pits). so your bird adventures start at the gate not the visitor centre!!! Tell the visitor centre staff that you have come by two trains and a bus from Brighton and they are normally gobsmacked and are very complementary about your dedication to birding.

If you are travelling from Shoreham you need to add on the time of the bus or train from Shoreham to Brighton.

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