This page gives Brighton travel information. Please check the Resilience Forum advert or event listing for the location of the session as we use a variety of venues. For Blackpool events see our Getting to Blackpool page.
The Falmer Campus (map) of the University of Brighton is well-served by public transport (25, 25A and 25C buses, and Falmer train station). Falmer station is a 9 minute train ride from Brighton and the campus postcode is BN1 9PH.
The Moulsecoomb Campus (map) of the University of Brighton is well-served by public transport (24, 25, 25A, 25C, 28 and 49 buses, and Moulsecoomb train station). Moulsecoomb station is a 5 minute train ride from Brighton and the campus postcode is BN2 4AT for Mithras House, and BN2 4GJ for Cockcroft Building.
If you’ve never been to Brighton before, or even if you have, and you’d like to discover more about the city, see VisitBrighton, the official tourism information guide for the city of Brighton and Hove.
Brighton is situated on the coast in the south-east of England, 90 km from London. Travel links are excellent. The M25/M23 motorway link provides easy road access to London and the rest of the country, whilst mainland Europe is a short journey by air, train or ship from various departure points.