Trains to Brighton
Brighton is a Victorian seaside town located on the south coast of the UK. The city is small but has a big character and it’s history of alternative and fun living is still alive and well today. Cosmopolitan and liberal you will find many worthwhile things to do during your visit.
Southern runs regular services to Brighton along the South Coast and from Central and South London stations, and we have fantastic cheap Advance train tickets available between London and Brighton.
You can now go anywhere in Brighton and Hove by bus for just £3 unlimited travel all day and all you have to do is make sure you arrive by train and board the bus outside Brighton station.
Local news for Trains to Brighton
Five men who set out to travel England on 19 buses to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer reach their destination.
A group of local authorities, including Brighton and Hove City Council, are calling for powers to tax large supermarkets in a plan dubbed the "Tesco tax".
Warnings go out to people on beaches to protect their feet after ambulance crews deal with four weever fish stings in a day.
Three different woman wake to find intruders had broken into their homes as they slept, over the space of four days in two towns on the Sussex coast.
Sussex pull off a world-record run chase with nine balls to spare against T20 Blast South Group winners Essex.
Brighton centre-back Lewis Dunk signs a new contract which will keep him at the Amex Stadium until the summer of 2018.
Jos Buttler wants to take inspiration from Matt Prior to become one of the world's best wicketkeeper-batsmen.
Sussex bowler Chris Jordan hopes he can seize the opportunity if he is recalled to the England side for the third Test.
Permission is granted for a large waste incinerator to be built in Ford, by West Sussex County Council.
Crawley sign former Watford midfielder Bobson Bawling on a free transfer as the 18-year-old agrees a one-year deal.