Thank you for booking a screening session for the EnChroma testing study. Below are directions to the campus via bus, train and car. If you have any questions feel free to contact us directly using the address at the bottom of the page.
For those using Google Maps to navigate, search for
"The Bridge Cafe, Falmer". Enter the building using the white double doors and head up the stairs, a researcher will meet you there.
From Brighton city centre, take the 25 or 25X bus: Board at Churchill Square, Old Steine or St Peter's Church and alight at North South Road. Behind the bus you will see the Bridge Cafe above the road. Enter via the white doors on the right side of the road and use the stairs to access the cafe, a researcher will meet you there.
From Brighton station, take the train to Falmer. These services terminate at Ore, Seaford or Lewes (do check it stops at Falmer before boarding) and usually depart from Platform 8. Once at Falmer station, follow signs to the University via the underpass, on the other side of the A27 you will meet the campus Southern Ring Road. Turn right and follow the road up the hill (past Barclays), turn left at the T junction onto North South Road, and you will see the Bridge Cafe above the road ahead of you. Access the Bridge Cafe by the while double doors on the left side of the road, and go up the stairs. A researcher will meet you there.
For SatNav set the destination as Pevensey II, BN1 9QH.
For Google Maps, set the destination as The Bridge Cafe.
From Brighton city centre take the A270 towards Falmer. Leave the A270 at Stony Mere Way, just before you meet the A27. Follow Stony Mere Way, Sport Centre Road and Southern Ring Road till you see a Car Park on your right. Park here, the ticket will be refunded. Head up the hill on foot, towards the T junction with North South Road, go left at this junction and you will see the Bridge Cafe above the road ahead of you. Access the Bridge Cafe by the while double doors on the left side of the road, and go up the stairs. A researcher will meet you there.
See the PDF map for extra parking facilities on campus.
If you have any further questions, feel free to contact lead researcher Lucy Somers at