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COVID-19 UPDATE

Following Government advice to stay safe and protect the NHS, we are working hard to continue to deliver for you. Find information here on how to enjoy the National Park virtually, and how our services are operating during this time.

Getting around

Getting around

We’re working with travel partners to make the South Downs National Park fully accessible to all visitors.

Most bus operators within the South Downs National Park cater to wheelchair and pushchair users.

If visiting the National Park by train, both Petersfield and Lewes train stations have step-free access. 

You can find information about Assisted Travel from the below train companies:

National Rail produces an Access Map showing station facilities. 

To find accessible toilets in the National Park, you can use the Changing Places toilet map.

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