Eastbourne offers the full range of family law and criminal law services.

Eastbourne is a resort town on England’s southeast coast, in East Sussex. It lies 19 miles (31 km) east of Brighton and 54 miles (87 km) south of London.  On the seafront are Victorian hotels, the 19th-century Eastbourne Pier and a 1930s bandstand. Towner Art Gallery includes modern British works. Nearby, Redoubt Fortress, built during the Napoleonic Wars, has a military museum. Southwest along the coast, in South Downs National Park, are the tall chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and its striped 1902 lighthouse.

Though Eastbourne is a relatively new town, there is evidence of human occupation in the area from the Stone Age. The town grew as a fashionable tourist resort largely thanks to prominent landowner, William Cavendish, later to become the Duke of Devonshire. Cavendish appointed architect Henry Currey to design a street plan for the town, but not before sending him to Europe to draw inspiration.

Eastbourne was the most bombed seaside town in England during WWII. Bombers used to drop any bombs that they had left over Eastbourne before they returned to Germany. They used Beachy Head as their landmark. Nearly 4,000 bombs fell on the town.



From A27 / A22 merging at Polegate Traffic Lights flow on to A2021 to Eastbourne.

Follow this road straight along Eastbourne Road/Willingdon Road downhill to Willingdon Roundabout.

At Roundabout take 2nd exit off continuing along Willingdon Road direction Eastbourne on the A2270.

Stay on this road

for about 5 minutes heading towards the town centre.

Chantry House is on the main road on your left just past the turning to Old Town/Seaford/Brighton (A259).

Parking is available on the roads around the area but also in the Railway Station Car Park with a 4 minute walk from there

By pre-appointment only, parking may be available at the premises on a limited basis.



Eastbourne railway station is on the East Coastway Line. The station is managed by Southern, who operate all trains serving it.

Trains operate between Brighton to Eastbourne, and Ashford International to Eastbourne.

To find the office from Eastbourne Train Station, please follow the directions below.



Leave Railway station via right side exit at taxi rank.

Stay on same side of road and walk away from the Station past the row of shops up to the traffic lights.

Cross directly over and stay on Upperton Road.

Cross over next road (Hartfield Road) and Chantry House is third building along on right.

Time from Station 4 minutes

01323 430430

Emergency number: 01323 430430

Chantry House, 22 Upperton Road, Eastbourne, BN21 1BF,

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