Dallington is served by the 355 Service which runs between Heathfield and Battle. Click here to download the most recent 355 Bus timetable (valid until at least February 2013) or go to the interactive timetable provided by Traveline (opens in a new window).
For further information about public transport in this area, including discount schemes, please see the East Sussex County Council site at http://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/public/
The nearest rail stations are approximately 15 minutes drive from Dallington, and are all on the Hastings to London (Charing Cross/Cannon Street) line. All trains stop at Battle; Etchingham, Robertsbridge and Stonegate have a more limited service, but may be more convenient for travel and parking.
For timetables and fares see the National Rail Enquiries site. For details of the location and facilities available at each station, click the links below (all sites will open in a new window).
Map at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/etc/localarea.html
Map at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/bat/localarea.html
Map at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/rbr/localarea.html
Map at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/sog/localarea.html
Car sharing and lifts
We don’t have a formal community transport scheme, but most people are very willing to give lifts to neighbours – you usually only have to ask! To extend this help a little further, several people have said they would like to use the Time Exchange scheme to offer and/or request lifts . For details of the Time Exchange scheme, please click this link
Action in Rural Sussex also lobby for improved rural public transport, and support community transport schemes. For more details see their website at
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