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Families from Haywards Heath have been enjoying trips to Eastbourne since the advent of trains, so why don’t you make like the Victorians and enjoy a trip to the seaside? With regular trains from Haywards Heath to Eastbourne you can enjoy a fun-filled day at the beach. Enjoy breathtaking views from Beachy Head, have a picnic on the beach or take a stroll along the promenade. Whatever you decide to do at the pretty seaside resort, when you book your train tickets from Haywards Heath to Eastbourne through us, you won’t have to pay any booking fees, meaning you’ll have more money for an ice cream - or hot chocolate depending on the weather!


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