Getting to Crowborough
Thank you for choosing to visit Crowborough. For public transport route-planning guidance visit www.traveline.info which provides comprehensive advice and help with planning your journey, alternatively click on the links below to find out more.
There are three main bus operators servicing the Crowborough area:
BRIGHTON & HOVE BUSES – 01273 886200
COMPASS TRAVEL – 01903 690025
WEALDLINK – 01892 771332
Brighton & Hove Buses
|Tunbridge Wells – Crowborough – Uckfield – Lewes – Brighton
|Crowborough – Tunbridge Wells
(Monday – Saturday)
|Crowborough – Poundfield – Rotherfield – Town Row – Wadhurst
|Crowborough – Rotherfield – Heathfield – Punnetts Town – Netherfield – Battle
(Tuesdays and Thursdays only)
|Crowborough – Alderbrook – Rotherfield – Mayfield
(Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only)
|Hartfield – Nutley – Maresfield – Uckfield – Framfield – Heathfield
Wealdlink – Community Transport financially supported by Crowborough Town Council
In addition to the above routes, Wealdlink operates a door-to-door shopping service for people in North Wealden using wheelchair accessible minibuses. These services are for those who have mobility problems or live too far from the public transport network. Group trips (with a driver) can also be arranged for community groups, voluntary organisations, schools or youth groups. Please call (01892) 771332 for all bookings or visit www.4weald.co.uk.
Crowborough has its own station which is located to the southeast of the town centre in Jarvis Brook (Farningham Road, Crowborough, TN6 1DX). From the station it takes approximately thirty minutes to walk up the Crowborough Hill into the town centre, or you could take one of the local buses which stop at the station and service the local residential area.
Services to and from Crowborough station are run by Southern. Trains into London go into London Bridge via Oxted and South Croydon. It is also possible to travel south to Uckfield which is the end of this line. Visit the Southern Railway website to find out more about train times or Crowborough station.
Visit the journey planner at the National Rail website for information and advice about planning your journey by train, including fares and service alterations.
For information about Sussex Student Card – a scheme giving concessionary fares to students aged 16-19 living in East Sussex please visit the East Sussex County Council Connexions 360 website – Sussex student card.