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
A 16-year-old girl fights off an attacker who pulls her to the ground in Angmering.
Brighton's Jake Forster-Caskey is named in the England Under-21 squad to face Croatia in the Euro 2015 play-off.
Work on a Â£35m scheme to redevelop a railway station in West Sussex begins after a year delay.
Three UK universities lose their place in the top 200 of a global higher education league table while elite universities including Sussex hold their ground.
Police records show 6,558 under-18s were caught drink-driving between 2008 and 2013, with Sussex named as one of the hotspots.
A re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings, involving 400 actors, is to be staged again after a two-year absence.
Work to protect cottages perched on the edge of cliffs in Sussex from the sea begins.
The wife of Robert Poulton, a baritone with Glyndebourne Opera in East Sussex who was killed in a car crash, sets up a charity in his name.
Sussex cricket manager Mark Robinson says wicketkeeper Matt Prior is determined to return to the England side.
Gatwick Airport will delay flight path changes to consider what more can be done to reduce the impact of aircraft noise, bosses say.