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Peter Hodge
Dear Adastrans,

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THE RECORDERS' SEMINAR

This is really only suitable for those with concessionary bus passes!

It used to be possible to catch a No. 40 bus from Brighton to Hassocks
Stone Pound and walk to the Adastra Hall before the 10:00am start time.
I have searched every bus timetable and there is not a single bus
leaving Brighton that arrives at Haywards Heath before 10:00 am.

BUT..... There is a way.....

From Brighton catch No. 29 Tunbridge Wells bus, leaving Brighton
Churchill Square at 05:52am, arriving at Tunbridge Wells station at
07:15am (be aware that the 29 is limited stop as far as Falmer).

From Tunbridge Wells station (Stop U) take the No. 291 Crawley bus,
leaving T. Wells at 07:29am.  Get off at East Grinstead War Memorial
(Stop J), arriving at 08:11am. (It is also possible to change at Forest
Row (o/s Brambletye) if the 291 is late, but Metrobus services generally
keep good time).

From East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop H) take the No. 270 Brighton bus,
leaving at 08:23am.  This passes through Forest Row (opposite
Brambletye) at 08:32am and continues via Lindfield and Haywards Heath to
Brighton.  Get off at the "Lindfield Adj West Common Drive" stop,
arriving at 09:00am.  From the nearby mini-roundabout walk down
Appledore Gardens and Oathall Community College is just past the end of
this road.

I'm tempted to try this myself because the connections are good, but not
too tight, and should work smoothly.  The Brighton & Hove route No. 29
buses normally keep good time on Saturday mornings.

.Peter Hodge.


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Ruth Staples-Rolfe
Hi everyone

I have been on this mail group for some time after working on a project with the National Park.  I just wanted to touch base and let you know more about Polli:Nation.

Polli:Nation currently has 8 schools in Sussex working on recording Pollinators and making habitat changes for them.

The schools  have survey their sites annually as part of the OPAL Polli:Nation survey and then they have a grant to help make the changes, there is also a need for them to work with a range of volunteers.

The first year was really busy with workshops half the schools are now beginning to make their changes. This ranges from tree planting and forest school linked activities to changes in mowing and looking at very compact spaces for special needs students.

If you are interested in Knowing more about this project please see the website here http://www.polli-nation.co.uk/  or email me or [hidden email]

The survey is available for everyone and we want help to get it into other schools and community groups next summer.

Yours

Ruth Staples-Rolfe
Polli:Nation project officer
(working days are Monday to Thursday)
 
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From: Adastra [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Peter Hodge
Sent: 19 January 2017 10:11
To: Adastra discussion group
Subject: [Adastra] Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

Dear Adastrans,

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THE RECORDERS' SEMINAR

This is really only suitable for those with concessionary bus passes!

It used to be possible to catch a No. 40 bus from Brighton to Hassocks Stone Pound and walk to the Adastra Hall before the 10:00am start time.
I have searched every bus timetable and there is not a single bus leaving Brighton that arrives at Haywards Heath before 10:00 am.

BUT..... There is a way.....

From Brighton catch No. 29 Tunbridge Wells bus, leaving Brighton Churchill Square at 05:52am, arriving at Tunbridge Wells station at 07:15am (be aware that the 29 is limited stop as far as Falmer).

From Tunbridge Wells station (Stop U) take the No. 291 Crawley bus, leaving T. Wells at 07:29am.  Get off at East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop J), arriving at 08:11am. (It is also possible to change at Forest Row (o/s Brambletye) if the 291 is late, but Metrobus services generally keep good time).

From East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop H) take the No. 270 Brighton bus, leaving at 08:23am.  This passes through Forest Row (opposite
Brambletye) at 08:32am and continues via Lindfield and Haywards Heath to Brighton.  Get off at the "Lindfield Adj West Common Drive" stop, arriving at 09:00am.  From the nearby mini-roundabout walk down Appledore Gardens and Oathall Community College is just past the end of this road.

I'm tempted to try this myself because the connections are good, but not too tight, and should work smoothly.  The Brighton & Hove route No. 29 buses normally keep good time on Saturday mornings.

.Peter Hodge.



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andrew grace

Bus services in East Sussex should be supported by naturalists. There is too much racing around in cars, and for what? More tarmac, more roads, less insects, mammals and birds. Using up fuel. Polluting the air. Pontificating at meetings and on the electronic media. Flying non-stop here there and everywhere while the poor of the world slave over fields and rubbish dumps below them. How on earth can someone from Hastings go by bus to these gatherings? There was an East Sussex day ticket now costing £6.80. BUT only as far as Eastbourne! Last time I heard, Seaford, Newhaven and Brighton were in East Sussex... thanks to the privatisation of national services (in reality, everything is being done to increase car ownership and use).


Andrew Grace


From: Adastra <[hidden email]> on behalf of Ruth Staples-Rolfe <[hidden email]>
Sent: 19 January 2017 10:22:45
To: Adastra discussion group
Subject: Re: [Adastra] Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar
 
Hi everyone

I have been on this mail group for some time after working on a project with the National Park.  I just wanted to touch base and let you know more about Polli:Nation.

Polli:Nation currently has 8 schools in Sussex working on recording Pollinators and making habitat changes for them.

The schools  have survey their sites annually as part of the OPAL Polli:Nation survey and then they have a grant to help make the changes, there is also a need for them to work with a range of volunteers.

The first year was really busy with workshops half the schools are now beginning to make their changes. This ranges from tree planting and forest school linked activities to changes in mowing and looking at very compact spaces for special needs students.

If you are interested in Knowing more about this project please see the website here http://www.polli-nation.co.uk/  or email me or [hidden email]

The survey is available for everyone and we want help to get it into other schools and community groups next summer.

Yours

Ruth Staples-Rolfe
Polli:Nation project officer
(working days are Monday to Thursday)
 
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From: Adastra [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Peter Hodge
Sent: 19 January 2017 10:11
To: Adastra discussion group
Subject: [Adastra] Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

Dear Adastrans,

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THE RECORDERS' SEMINAR

This is really only suitable for those with concessionary bus passes!

It used to be possible to catch a No. 40 bus from Brighton to Hassocks Stone Pound and walk to the Adastra Hall before the 10:00am start time.
I have searched every bus timetable and there is not a single bus leaving Brighton that arrives at Haywards Heath before 10:00 am.

BUT..... There is a way.....

From Brighton catch No. 29 Tunbridge Wells bus, leaving Brighton Churchill Square at 05:52am, arriving at Tunbridge Wells station at 07:15am (be aware that the 29 is limited stop as far as Falmer).

From Tunbridge Wells station (Stop U) take the No. 291 Crawley bus, leaving T. Wells at 07:29am.  Get off at East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop J), arriving at 08:11am. (It is also possible to change at Forest Row (o/s Brambletye) if the 291 is late, but Metrobus services generally keep good time).

From East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop H) take the No. 270 Brighton bus, leaving at 08:23am.  This passes through Forest Row (opposite
Brambletye) at 08:32am and continues via Lindfield and Haywards Heath to Brighton.  Get off at the "Lindfield Adj West Common Drive" stop, arriving at 09:00am.  From the nearby mini-roundabout walk down Appledore Gardens and Oathall Community College is just past the end of this road.

I'm tempted to try this myself because the connections are good, but not too tight, and should work smoothly.  The Brighton & Hove route No. 29 buses normally keep good time on Saturday mornings.

.Peter Hodge.



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Re: Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

Annie Shergold-2
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Sounds too complicated to me Peter and far too early!  Have you asked anyone
about a shared lift?  Annie


-----Original Message-----
From: Adastra [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Peter
Hodge
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2017 10:11
To: Adastra discussion group
Subject: [Adastra] Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

Dear Adastrans,

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THE RECORDERS' SEMINAR

This is really only suitable for those with concessionary bus passes!

It used to be possible to catch a No. 40 bus from Brighton to Hassocks Stone
Pound and walk to the Adastra Hall before the 10:00am start time.
I have searched every bus timetable and there is not a single bus leaving
Brighton that arrives at Haywards Heath before 10:00 am.

BUT..... There is a way.....

From Brighton catch No. 29 Tunbridge Wells bus, leaving Brighton Churchill
Square at 05:52am, arriving at Tunbridge Wells station at 07:15am (be aware
that the 29 is limited stop as far as Falmer).

From Tunbridge Wells station (Stop U) take the No. 291 Crawley bus, leaving
T. Wells at 07:29am.  Get off at East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop J),
arriving at 08:11am. (It is also possible to change at Forest Row (o/s
Brambletye) if the 291 is late, but Metrobus services generally keep good
time).

From East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop H) take the No. 270 Brighton bus,
leaving at 08:23am.  This passes through Forest Row (opposite
Brambletye) at 08:32am and continues via Lindfield and Haywards Heath to
Brighton.  Get off at the "Lindfield Adj West Common Drive" stop, arriving
at 09:00am.  From the nearby mini-roundabout walk down Appledore Gardens and
Oathall Community College is just past the end of this road.

I'm tempted to try this myself because the connections are good, but not too
tight, and should work smoothly.  The Brighton & Hove route No. 29 buses
normally keep good time on Saturday mornings.

.Peter Hodge.



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Re: Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

CHRISTOPHER DREWERY
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I thought Compass number 40 runs from Brighton to HH direct on Sats starting before 8am





On Thursday, January 19, 2017 10:12 AM, Peter Hodge <[hidden email]> wrote:


Dear Adastrans,

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THE RECORDERS' SEMINAR

This is really only suitable for those with concessionary bus passes!

It used to be possible to catch a No. 40 bus from Brighton to Hassocks
Stone Pound and walk to the Adastra Hall before the 10:00am start time.
I have searched every bus timetable and there is not a single bus
leaving Brighton that arrives at Haywards Heath before 10:00 am.

BUT..... There is a way.....

From Brighton catch No. 29 Tunbridge Wells bus, leaving Brighton
Churchill Square at 05:52am, arriving at Tunbridge Wells station at
07:15am (be aware that the 29 is limited stop as far as Falmer).

From Tunbridge Wells station (Stop U) take the No. 291 Crawley bus,
leaving T. Wells at 07:29am.  Get off at East Grinstead War Memorial
(Stop J), arriving at 08:11am. (It is also possible to change at Forest
Row (o/s Brambletye) if the 291 is late, but Metrobus services generally
keep good time).

From East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop H) take the No. 270 Brighton bus,
leaving at 08:23am.  This passes through Forest Row (opposite
Brambletye) at 08:32am and continues via Lindfield and Haywards Heath to
Brighton.  Get off at the "Lindfield Adj West Common Drive" stop,
arriving at 09:00am.  From the nearby mini-roundabout walk down
Appledore Gardens and Oathall Community College is just past the end of
this road.

I'm tempted to try this myself because the connections are good, but not
too tight, and should work smoothly.  The Brighton & Hove route No. 29
buses normally keep good time on Saturday mornings.

.Peter Hodge.




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Re: Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar No 40 bus

Annie Shergold-2

You’re quite right Chris.  It leaves hourly, the  from Churchill Square, scheduled to get to Perrymount Road (nearest stop to Oathall Community College) at 0908, with another one an hour later

 

From: Adastra [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Chris Drewery
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2017 18:09
To: Adastra discussion group
Subject: Re: [Adastra] Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

 

I thought Compass number 40 runs from Brighton to HH direct on Sats starting before 8am

 

 


Text Box:

Bus Timetables

Bus timetables in Sussex and Surrey from Compass Travel.

 

 

 

On Thursday, January 19, 2017 10:12 AM, Peter Hodge <[hidden email]> wrote:

 

Dear Adastrans,

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THE RECORDERS' SEMINAR

This is really only suitable for those with concessionary bus passes!

It used to be possible to catch a No. 40 bus from Brighton to Hassocks
Stone Pound and walk to the Adastra Hall before the 10:00am start time.
I have searched every bus timetable and there is not a single bus
leaving Brighton that arrives at Haywards Heath before 10:00 am.

BUT..... There is a way.....

From Brighton catch No. 29 Tunbridge Wells bus, leaving Brighton
Churchill Square at 05:52am, arriving at Tunbridge Wells station at
07:15am (be aware that the 29 is limited stop as far as Falmer).

From Tunbridge Wells station (Stop U) take the No. 291 Crawley bus,
leaving T. Wells at 07:29am.  Get off at East Grinstead War Memorial
(Stop J), arriving at 08:11am. (It is also possible to change at Forest
Row (o/s Brambletye) if the 291 is late, but Metrobus services generally
keep good time).

From East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop H) take the No. 270 Brighton bus,
leaving at 08:23am.  This passes through Forest Row (opposite
Brambletye) at 08:32am and continues via Lindfield and Haywards Heath to
Brighton.  Get off at the "Lindfield Adj West Common Drive" stop,
arriving at 09:00am.  From the nearby mini-roundabout walk down
Appledore Gardens and Oathall Community College is just past the end of
this road.

I'm tempted to try this myself because the connections are good, but not
too tight, and should work smoothly.  The Brighton & Hove route No. 29
buses normally keep good time on Saturday mornings.

.Peter Hodge.



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Peter Hodge
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Thanks very much for alerting me Chris, you are quite right. 
 
I knew the No. 40x didn't run on Saturdays and I must have presumed this also applied to the No. 40.  What I didn't know is the "current" Brighton & Hove "Bus Times magazine - Autumn 2016 to Spring 2017" for the No. 40 route is incorrect and Compass Buses amended virtually every departure time as from 9th Jan 2017 - so travellers on the No.40 route BEWARE!
 
Back to the Adastra Seminar, there is a No. 40 bus that works nicely that connects with the 270 in Haywards Heath (The 270 is the only route that goes anywhere near the college on a Saturday).  Note that the Haywards Heath circular town bus No.30 runs too far to the north of the college to be worth considering.
 
BUS ROUTE FROM BRIGHTON TO HAYWARDS HEATH
 
40  Brighton Old Steine (Stop D)         Dep.  08:10
     Haywards Heath Perrymount Rd.    Arr.   09:08
 
270 Haywards Heath Perrymount Rd.  Dep.  09:18
      Lindfield opp West Common Drive  Arr.   09:21
 
 
From Perrymount Road to Oathall Comunity College is about 1 mile's walk, OK if it's not raining!
 
One good thing resulting from this discussion is that there are likely to be others who weren't aware that all No. 40 bus times have recently been changed by Compass!
 
Peter Hodge
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2017 6:09 PM
Subject: Re: [Adastra] Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

I thought Compass number 40 runs from Brighton to HH direct on Sats starting before 8am





On Thursday, January 19, 2017 10:12 AM, Peter Hodge <[hidden email]> wrote:


Dear Adastrans,

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THE RECORDERS' SEMINAR

This is really only suitable for those with concessionary bus passes!

It used to be possible to catch a No. 40 bus from Brighton to Hassocks
Stone Pound and walk to the Adastra Hall before the 10:00am start time.
I have searched every bus timetable and there is not a single bus
leaving Brighton that arrives at Haywards Heath before 10:00 am.

BUT..... There is a way.....

From Brighton catch No. 29 Tunbridge Wells bus, leaving Brighton
Churchill Square at 05:52am, arriving at Tunbridge Wells station at
07:15am (be aware that the 29 is limited stop as far as Falmer).

From Tunbridge Wells station (Stop U) take the No. 291 Crawley bus,
leaving T. Wells at 07:29am.  Get off at East Grinstead War Memorial
(Stop J), arriving at 08:11am. (It is also possible to change at Forest
Row (o/s Brambletye) if the 291 is late, but Metrobus services generally
keep good time).

From East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop H) take the No. 270 Brighton bus,
leaving at 08:23am.  This passes through Forest Row (opposite
Brambletye) at 08:32am and continues via Lindfield and Haywards Heath to
Brighton.  Get off at the "Lindfield Adj West Common Drive" stop,
arriving at 09:00am.  From the nearby mini-roundabout walk down
Appledore Gardens and Oathall Community College is just past the end of
this road.

I'm tempted to try this myself because the connections are good, but not
too tight, and should work smoothly.  The Brighton & Hove route No. 29
buses normally keep good time on Saturday mornings.

.Peter Hodge.




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40x Bus

Annie Shergold-2

Very sorry to report that this service was terminated a while ago

 

From: Adastra [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Peter Hodge
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2017 20:55
To: Adastra discussion group
Subject: Re: [Adastra] Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

 

Thanks very much for alerting me Chris, you are quite right. 

 

I knew the No. 40x didn't run on Saturdays and I must have presumed this also applied to the No. 40.  What I didn't know is the "current" Brighton & Hove "Bus Times magazine - Autumn 2016 to Spring 2017" for the No. 40 route is incorrect and Compass Buses amended virtually every departure time as from 9th Jan 2017 - so travellers on the No.40 route BEWARE!

 

Back to the Adastra Seminar, there is a No. 40 bus that works nicely that connects with the 270 in Haywards Heath (The 270 is the only route that goes anywhere near the college on a Saturday).  Note that the Haywards Heath circular town bus No.30 runs too far to the north of the college to be worth considering.

 

BUS ROUTE FROM BRIGHTON TO HAYWARDS HEATH

 

40  Brighton Old Steine (Stop D)         Dep.  08:10

     Haywards Heath Perrymount Rd.    Arr.   09:08

 

270 Haywards Heath Perrymount Rd.  Dep.  09:18

      Lindfield opp West Common Drive  Arr.   09:21

 

 

From Perrymount Road to Oathall Comunity College is about 1 mile's walk, OK if it's not raining!

 

One good thing resulting from this discussion is that there are likely to be others who weren't aware that all No. 40 bus times have recently been changed by Compass!

 

Peter Hodge

 

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2017 6:09 PM

Subject: Re: [Adastra] Getting to the 2017 Adastra Recorders Seminar

 

I thought Compass number 40 runs from Brighton to HH direct on Sats starting before 8am

 

 


Text Box:

Bus Timetables

Bus timetables in Sussex and Surrey from Compass Travel.

 

 

 

On Thursday, January 19, 2017 10:12 AM, Peter Hodge <[hidden email]> wrote:

 

Dear Adastrans,

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THE RECORDERS' SEMINAR

This is really only suitable for those with concessionary bus passes!

It used to be possible to catch a No. 40 bus from Brighton to Hassocks
Stone Pound and walk to the Adastra Hall before the 10:00am start time.
I have searched every bus timetable and there is not a single bus
leaving Brighton that arrives at Haywards Heath before 10:00 am.

BUT..... There is a way.....

From Brighton catch No. 29 Tunbridge Wells bus, leaving Brighton
Churchill Square at 05:52am, arriving at Tunbridge Wells station at
07:15am (be aware that the 29 is limited stop as far as Falmer).

From Tunbridge Wells station (Stop U) take the No. 291 Crawley bus,
leaving T. Wells at 07:29am.  Get off at East Grinstead War Memorial
(Stop J), arriving at 08:11am. (It is also possible to change at Forest
Row (o/s Brambletye) if the 291 is late, but Metrobus services generally
keep good time).

From East Grinstead War Memorial (Stop H) take the No. 270 Brighton bus,
leaving at 08:23am.  This passes through Forest Row (opposite
Brambletye) at 08:32am and continues via Lindfield and Haywards Heath to
Brighton.  Get off at the "Lindfield Adj West Common Drive" stop,
arriving at 09:00am.  From the nearby mini-roundabout walk down
Appledore Gardens and Oathall Community College is just past the end of
this road.

I'm tempted to try this myself because the connections are good, but not
too tight, and should work smoothly.  The Brighton & Hove route No. 29
buses normally keep good time on Saturday mornings.

.Peter Hodge.



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