Accessible Public Toilets

ACCESSIBLE PUBLIC TOILETS

Eastbourne has many accessible public toilets shown on the Wheelchair Route maps (centre pages), plus those in the shopping centres, railway station and Waterfront in South Harbour. Most are kept locked with a RADAR (National Key Scheme) key. Keys can be purchased from Eastbourne Visitor Centre, Shopmobility & some mobility shops – see Page 5.

Eastbourne has a Community Toilet Project (under review) visit www.eastbournecommunitytoilets.co.uk.

Accessible public toilets situated on the Seafront:

Beachy Head, in the main car park.

Holywell, on the lower Prom.

Helen Gardens, at the rear of Pavilion.

Bandstand, on both Middle and Lower Prom.

Changing Places toilet facility on Middle Prom by Bandstand – (with hoist and bench, key access details from Seafront Office on Lower Prom 01323 410611 or www.lewes-eastbourne.gov.uk).

Pier, under the Pier on the Lower Prom.

Treasure Island Car Park, attached to the Bowling Pavilion.

Fishermans Green, by the Tennis Courts.

Prince William Parade, on Prom by the Waterworks.

Waterfront, South Harbour by boat yard/shops/cafes.

Elsewhere in Eastbourne:

Brassey Avenue, Hampden Park, by railway crossing.

Green Street, near Albert Parade Old Town

Hampden Park, beside Cafe.

Hyde Gardens, Cornfield Road (by old TIC) town centre

Princes Park, beside cafe

Seaside Recreation Ground by children’s play area.

The Archery, Seaside adjacent Youth Centre.

The Beacon & Supermarkets with toilets:

ASDA, Crumbles Retail Park.

Morrisons and Aldi, Lottbridge Drove.

Sainsbury’s, Cross Levels Way.

Tesco, Lottbridge Drove.

The Beacon, main square and a Changing Places toilet facility.

Waitrose, High Street, Old Town.

If you experience a problem with a public toilet call Customer

First 01323 410000 or if privately owned contact directly.