Directions to E.C.S.G. Facility by Air:
The nearest Airport is London GATWICK. Fast Trains leave from the Airport itself. Get a Direct Train to Eastbourne Station( see below).
Directions to E.C.S.G. Facility by Rail:
Trains leave London's Victoria Station usually from Platforms 17-19 about 50 minutes past every hour. Make sure you get in the correct half of the train because it divides at Haywards Heath. You need the Eastbourne half.
After about 1 hour 30 minutes you will arrive at Eastbourne Station. From here you can either get a Taxi to the Facility or a Bus number ??? . On request we operate a free Meet 'n Greet Service by private car>contact David David@dflude.Freeserve.co.uk Home tel.01323-509836, Mobile 0771-4107-651.
Directions to E.C.S.G. Facility by Car:
FROM THE EAST: Take A.259 or A.27 to POLEGATE then see below
FROM THE WEST: Take the A.27 towards EASTBOURNE then as below
FROM THE NORTH/LONDON: Take M.25>M.27>A.27 OR shorter but slower the A.22. When you arrive at POLEGATE(4 miles north of Eastbourne) TURN RIGHT onto the A.22 Southbound Signposted "Eastbourne". Follow this road through 3 sets of Traffic Lights & come to a major Roundabout-take the 2nd.exit-still "Eastbourne Town Centre". Continue about 500 metres to the next Traffic Lights where you TURN RIGHT(Filter Light). This road is VICTORIA DRIVE, OLD TOWN. Continue for about 2 kms. until you see a Pedestrian Crossing with a small Parade of about 6 shops on your RIGHT.
183 Victoria Drive is BEHIND these shops & approached by a small service road to the left of "Sheppard's Greengrocers". Note to the LEFT of these shops some METAL POSTS. The service road is between these Posts. Cryonics Europe-183 Victoria Drive is an Old Bakery(sign says "H.O.P.R.T. Registered Charity etc.") between some lock up garages.
If Lost Telephone these Numbers: David's Mobile 0771-4107-651, home 01323-509836.
We will have parking for about 2 cars in our drive but if full there is plenty of off zone parking around the corner. See Pointer "39" on Map - Click here or click the image below for a high resolution copy. Or click here for another version from multimap.com