Saint Andrew's Church, Bishopstone
Saint Andrew's Church is at the heart of the old Bishopstone village. It is about three-quarters of a mile inland from the A259, Newhaven Road, down Bishopstone Road. This is a country road with no pavements.
Trains Bishopstone station is on the seaward side of the A259, about one mile from the church. The trains run between Seaford and Brighton, via Lewes, half hourly in each direction. From Gatwick, East Croydon and London, Victoria, catch Eastbourne or Ore trains and change at Lewes.
Buses Brighton & Hove Buses routes 12 & 12a run along the A259 between Brighton, Newhaven, Seaford & Eastbourne. Alight at the Bishopstone Road stop. These routes are fairly frequent, running at between 10 and 20 minute intervals during working hours. In the evenings this drops to half-hourly.
East Sussex County Council Rider service 120 runs a circular route from Seaford, Morrison's passing fairly near Bishopstone Station and then crosses the A259 to service the Hurdis Road area of Bishopstone. It does not go into the village. It is a half-hourly service during weekday shopping hours, with a break at lunchtime.
Taxis Local taxis generally offer reasonable rates. The nearest rank is outside Seaford Railway Station.
Personal transport Turn off the A259, Newhaven Road, and follow Bishopstone Road into the village. It is about 0.8 miles from the main road. The church is visible on the left from the road, as you enter the village. The road curves round to the left around a small wooded area. Shortly after that there is a sign to the church. The drive to the Lychgate is for dropping off only. There is on street parking nearby. The postcode of the nearest house is BN25 2UD for SatNav purposes.