Hastings Train Station

Sussex coast College is incredibly easy to get. Located in the heart of the new commercial district of Hastings and adjacent to Hastings train station with ample low cost parking within walking distance.

Travel by train:

From London there are twice hourly train from Charing Cross (CHX) to Hastings (HGS) with SouthEastern Trains. Travel time from Charing Cross is approximately 1hr 40 mins.

Southern Trains also operate a service from Victoria Station via Gatwick. Travel time is around 2 hrs.

Direct trains operate from Brighton with either the Hastings train taking an hour or the faster limited stop Ashford International express train around 45 mins to Hastings.

From Kent. Get to Ashford International Station and get the Brighton train. Travel time approx 30 mins.

From Gatwick Airport,  there is a direct train to Hastings. Or take any train to Brighton and then get on a direct train (Hastings or Ashford International service)  to Hastings.

When you get to Hastings train station the college will be on your left and Tec 66 will be well sign posted.

By Car:

SAT NAV street address & postcode: Station Approach, TN34 1BA

Hastings is well signposted from Brighton when travelling by car from the west. Follow the A259 coast road to Hastings.

From the M25 if travelling clockwise stay in lane and the road will merge with the A21. If travelling anti-clockwise take Junction you will be notified of the Hastings exit long in advance. Follow the A21 all the way down. Approximate travel time from the M25 exit is 45 mins.

From Kent: Follow the M20 to the M25 and then take the A21 down to Hastings. There is also a scenic coastal route from Folkstone if you are starting down in the south of the county.


There is no parking on site, however there is pay and display car park in Priory Street which is a two minute walk from the venue or you can park all day in Priory Meadow shopping centre car park for £5 all day. Station approach is a two minute walk away as well and are both well signposted upon arrival in to the town centre.

Red squares denote car parking stations.

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