Accessible City Guide

New York Coffee Club

New York Coffee Club

A clean and sharp new coffee shop that is refreshingly light with an upbeat atmosphere. New York Coffee Club has friendly staff and a variety of drinks and snacks on offer for you to comfortably enjoy an hour or two with friends.

Meadowview Community Centre

Meadowview Community Centre

The centre is reasonably accessible with good facilities, including plenty of parking and a bus stop directly outside.
Madame Geisha

Madame Geisha

Madame Geisha is positioned in the heart of Brightons Boutique quarter and is part of the former ABC Cinema complex.
Lighthouse Arts

Lighthouse Arts

Lighthouse is a venue for events in Brighton. Meetings, talks, workshops, courses, seminars and exhibitions are hosted in this exciting venue that offers flexible spaces.
Kemp Town Crypt Community Centre

Kemp Town Crypt Community Centre

The centre consists of a hall and various rooms in the crypt of St Georges Church, accessed by a lift. Although labyrinthine, it is fairly easy to get around in a wheelchair.
National Express Coach Station

National Express Coach Station

Located just off the sea-front near the Palace Pier behind the Albion Hotel. Not only is it well placed, and convenient for all the town's major attractions, Brighton Coach Station is also well connected, with speedy and regular links to attractions such as the nearby Beachy Head, Brighton University, Sussex University, Gatwick Airport, and the local towns of Bognor Regis, Worthing and Newhaven.
Resource Centre

Resource Centre

The Resource Centre provides a range of equipment for hire and services to support community groups in Brighton and Hove. While it can be tricky to get to, the facilities inside are reasonably accessible.
Hove Recreation Ground

Hove Recreation Ground

The park is a lovely open space which is used for football, rugby and cricket matches, the pitches have been levelled to the south side.
Stoneham Park

Stoneham Park

A very popular green space, designed so that children can play safely and with lots of separate patches this little park makes big use of its available space. This park is a real gem and well worth a visit.
Hove Park

Hove Park

Hove Park is popular with local residents, dog walkers and runners. The park covers almost 40 acres of valley bottom and features a mix of large areas of open grass, mature trees, flower beds and recreational facilities.
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