How to Find us

BN7 2BB for sat nav

From the WEST (A27 from Brighton) ignore the first roundabout signed Lewes and continue along the A27 to the next roundabout. Take the first exit to the A26 (Tunbridge Wells), drive through the tunnel, at the end of this at the roundabout, turn left towards Lewes, left again at the next roundabout (with Tesco on your right) there are signs to the course from this point. Take the second turning left, into Chapel Hill, there is a children's bookshop on the corner. This is a narrow lane with passing places, continue up the narrow steep road to the club.

From the EAST (A27 from Eastbourne) take the second exit to the A26, drive through the tunnel, at the end of this at a roundabout, turn left towards Lewes, left again at the next roundabout (with Tesco on your right) there are signs to the course from this point. Take the second turning left, into Chapel Hill, there is a children's bookshop on the corner. This is a narrow lane with passing places, continue up the narrow steep road to the club.


From the NORTH (A26 from Uckfield) after you have passed the BP garage on your right, take the second exit at the roundabout, first left at the next roundabout (with Tesco on your right) there are signs to the course from this point. Take the second turning left, into Chapel Hill, there is a children's bookshop on the corner. This is a narrow lane with passing places, continue up the narrow steep road to the club.


From the NORTH (A275) from East Grinstead, bear left onto Offham Road just before entering the town, follow this road as it skirts the town centre and crosses the river then take the third exit at the roundabout (with Tesco on your right) there are signs to the course from this point. Take the second turning left, into Chapel Hill, there is a children's bookshop on the corner. This is a narrow lane with passing places, continue up the narrow steep road to the club.


Please note: There is a 7ft width limit and a 7.5 ton weight restriction on our access road. Transit vans and minibuses can get through, but nothing larger.