St Anne's Church
St. Anne’s church is situated in the upper part of town on the High Street, almost opposite Irelands Lane, the Pelham Arms and St. Pancras Church
There is no direct bus from Lewes station. There are usually plenty of taxis at the station and a taxi-cab office opposite.
Walking takes 25 minutes and is uphill: turn right out of the main entrance to the station, walk up the hill and left at the traffic lights. Continue up the High Street until you find the church on your left.
From London Victoria, Southern Rail run direct trains to Lewes: journey times are about 1 hour 10 minutes and the trains run every half an hour during the day and every hour later in the evening.
Lewes also has direct services from Brighton, Seaford, Newhaven, Eastbourne, Hastings and Ashford, and is connected to Portsmouth and Chichester via Brighton.
The best place to park is in the county council car park directly behind the church, accessed by a drive opposite the Pelham Arms. Friday evenings after 6pm, and all day Sunday are free: on Saturday there is currently a £1 charge for the whole day.
There is also metered parking on nearby streets.
The no. 28 and 29 provides a frequent bus services from Brighton, and a direct connection from Uckfield, Crowborough and Ringmer. You can get off at the ‘Pelham Arms’ bus stop next to the church.
Disabled (step free) access at the church is now available.