Sunday 19th August, Sunday 31st July & Sunday 4th September

 

Hastings & St Leonards-on-Sea

Calling at:

Kingston, Raynes Park, Morden, Sutton, Banstead, Tadworth & Kingswood

Hastings

Set between hills that reach to the sea, Hastings is an oyster that comes with its own grit, where the smooth bustle of modern life rubs along with the rough edges of tradition. Look up and you’ll see the ruins of the castle watching over the town, as they have in one guise or another for nearly 1,000 years. The three-mile seafront stretches from the fishing fleet at the eastern end through the hustle and bustle of the arcades and funfair rides, to the pier and unique double-decker promenade Bottle Alley, arriving finally at peaceful Grosvenor Gardens.

 

St Leonards-on-Sea

St. Leonards is a resort beach within the district of Hastings in East Sussex. The beach is predominantly shingle, with shallow sand flats exposed at low water. There is a rocky ledge in the east of the bathing water, which is exposed at low water. Above the beach is the urban backdrop of St. Leonards.

 

Ticket Prices

Towards Destination  
Kingston, Clarence Street, Stop T 08:45
Kingston, Sainsburys, Sury Basin 08:50
Kingston, Cromwell Road, Stop A3 08:52
Raynes Park, Coombe Lane, Stop B 09:05
Morden, London Road, Stop G 09:15
St Helier, Rose Hill, Stop RP 09:20
Sutton Green, Stop B 09:25
Sutton Station, Stop O 09:30
Sutton Hospital, Stop J 09:35
Banstead, Woolpack 09:39
Banstead, Opposite M&S 09:41
Burgh Heath, adj. St Martins Road 09:46
Tadworth, Merland Rise/Headley Dr 09:49
Tadworth Station 09:54
Lower Kingswood, Fox 10:00
777 to Hastings & St Leonards-on-Sea
Hastings 11:45
St Leonards-on-Sea 11:55
   
Return Pick-Up Times  
St Leonards-on-Sea 17:00
Hastings 17:10