Getting to The Dripping Pan
The Dripping Pan is easily accessible by rail, with Lewes Train Station a 1 minute walk away, or by road, with the A27 and A26 connecting the town in all directions. There’s a pay and display car park at the ground, with further on-street parking nearby.
But, we would really recommend getting the train – save the planet and cut down on local traffic.
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Ways to get to The Dripping Pan
Leave the car at home and enjoy the many excellent pubs, cafes and restaurants in the famous town of Lewes. With regular train services to and from London, Brighton and Kent, and the Dripping Pan just a 1 minute walk from the station, visiting us is easy. Trains times are easy to look up on the National Rail website.
Buses 28 and 29. Get off at Lewes High Street then it’s an 8-minute walk.
Use the journey planner at www.buses.co.uk
Just type in ‘The Dripping Pan (Lewes FC)’ for details of routes and times.
Lewes has a fifteen minute train service to Brighton, departing approximately every fifteen minutes in both directions. There is a direct London train approximately every 30 minutes to Victoria, via Gatwick Airport and Clapham Junction. For more information check http://nationalrail.co.uk
Lewes railway station is a one minute walk from the Dripping Pan. When you exit the main entrance, turn left and follow the path over the bridge then bear left at the roundabout. The ground will be in front of you.
The Dripping Pan is at the very start of Mountfield Road, directly behind the station. If you are coming from the north or west, turn off the A27 for Lewes and turn right (signposted Rodmell and Piddinghoe) after about a mile at the first set of traffic lights, adjacent to the prison. Follow that road until you get to a mini roundabout by The Swan pub and turn left. Continue along this road and over the mini-roundabout straight into Mountfield Road where the ground is on your right hand side.
Metered street parking is available and there is a pay and display car park directly outside the ground (operating 9am-5pm Monday to Saturday) but please be aware that Lewes has quite a number of ‘keen’ traffic wardens patrolling the town so please purchase a ticket where required. To use it, you will also need to have the RingGo app on your phone: iPhone version Android version
There are two bays in the car park for people with Disability Permits. But it should also be noted that this car park does not belong to the club so unfortunately, we cannot reserve any spaces.