Tel: 01273 603580
Fax: 01273 673267
The course is 1 mile 4 furlongs in length and is not a complete circuit.
The course does have some undulations mainly
from the last bend into the home straight. The first part of the home straight is downhill and then it rises.
The Premier Enclosure
You will have access to all the facilities in the Grandstand and Paddock Enclosure and
also have exclusive access to the Premier Bar which has a giant screen to view the racing.
The Premier Restaurant where you can have a superb three-course meal. The Premier Lawn and the
Balcony Bar which has good views over the track.
The Grandstand & Paddock Enclosure
You have access to the main Grandstand, Parade Ring and Winners Enclosure.
There are a variety of bars and catering outlets selling food and snacks and there is also a picnic area.
The Racecourse is easy to reach from the A27 Brighton bypass. If you
are approaching Brighton on the A23 you need to go east on the A27.
Head for signs directing you to Sussex University and take the B2123 to Woodingdean,
turn right at the traffic lights and the Racecourse is approximately one mile on your left hand side.
Car Parking is free.
This is the recommend route to avoid traffic congestion through the City Centre,
however the Racecourse is well sign-posted if you choose to enter central Brighton on the A23.
If you're coming from the seafront head for the Palace Pier before driving eastbound along Marine Parade.
Turn left at the first set of lights into Lower Rock Gardens. Turn right at the second set of lights into Edward Street,
then first left into Freshfield Road. The Racecourse is at the top of the hill.
Brighton is less than an hour from London by train and there are services from Victoria,
London Bridge and Kings Cross. There are also frequent coastway services operating from Eastbourne,
Lewes, Hastings, Worthing and Portsmouth