|Adult College for Rural East Sussex|
|Location Information Sheet|
||Battle Methodist Church, Emmanuel Centre
||Harrier Lane, Battle, TN33 0FL
||From the north on the A21
Follow the A21 to Johns Cross. You then have a choice, if you wish to approach through Battle town centre take the second exit at the roundabout, continue into Battle on the A2100, then go down the high street, past the abbey and St Mary's Church then at the mini-roundabout turn left. Go down this road which is called Marley Lane, go over a level crossing and then turn first right into Harrier Lane. The new Emmanuel Centre is on the left at the far end.
An alternative missing Battle town centre and the level crossing is to continue on the A21 from John's Cross, through Whatlington, then look out for the turn into Marley Lane (sp. Battle) before you get to the Sedlescombe turn off (B2244). Follow Marley Lane until you just reach the 'Battle' town sign and Harrier Lane will be on your left.
From Hastings on the A2100 or A21
Enter Battle then go past the Esso petrol station and the old chapel on the left and the Senlac Inn and Station Approach on the right. Keep going straight on at the mini-roundabout then turn right at the next mini-roundabout into Marley Lane. Go over the level crossing and then turn first right into Harrier Lane. The new Emmanuel Centre is on the left at the far end.
An alternative missing the level crossing is to take the A21, past the Garden Centre and the turn to Sedlescombe (B2244) then next left into Marley Lane then follow Marley Lane until you just reach the 'Battle' town sign and Harrier Lane will be immediately on your left.
From the east and Bexhill
Aim for the B2204 (off the A269) from Ninfield to Battle, but as you leave Catsfield instead of following the road sharp left turn straight on onto Powdermill Lane (B2095) to the mini roundabout on the A2100, turn left, then right into Marley Lane at the next mini roundabout. Go over the level crossing and then turn first right into Harrier Lane. The new Emmanuel Centre is on the left at the far end.
||On-site parking for up to 54 vehicles, including 4 disabled parking spaces.
||Both floors of the building have direct disabled access and facilities and baby change units on both floors.
There is a lift between floors to allow anyone unable to use the stairs to use all the Centre's facilities
||Tea and coffee making facilities on site.