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Getting to and from the Brighton Racecourse Vaccination Site

Current Government guidelines state that you are permitted to travel to get your Covid 19 vaccination, on foot, by vehicle or public transport. This isn’t always possible for some residents, particularly our over 80s group.

Once again, the community has rallied round and City Cabs of Brighton have been offering free cab rides for Brighton residents to and from the Racecourse to get your vaccination.

Brighton residents: How to access the free travel

Who qualifies?

  • Those aged 80 and over – City Cabs are hoping to open up this offer to the over 70s and are raising money to support this
  • Brighton resident – If you live outside Brighton, please see below
  • People that cannot get to the site themselves and would rather not use public transport

If you or someone you know fits the above criteria, please call City Cabs on 01273 205205 and they will be happy to help.

They will ask you for your vaccination appointment day and time.

Residents outside of Brighton: How to access discounted travel

If you live just outside of the Brighton area, South Coast Taxis (part of the City Cabs group) are offering discounted rates for travel to the Racecourse for the following locations.

  • Newhaven: £20 one way, £30 return
  • Peacehaven: £20 one way, £30 return
  • Saltdean: £15 one way, £25 return
  • Rottingdean: £15 one way, £25 return
  • Woodingdean: £10 one way, £20 return

Please call South Coast Taxis on 01273 301111, and they will ask you for your vaccination appointment day and time.

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