Where Christine MacFie practices in Sussex - Acupuncture Therapy

Christine MacFie

BSc (Hons) Acupuncture, Lic Ac,MBAcC, MFHT

christine@acupuncture-therapy.com

Call me on 07590 368128

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Where Christine MacFie practices in Sussex

I provide acupuncture consultations and treatments by appointment from the Physio Therapy Centre clinic in The Triangle Leisure Centre,Burgess Hill. I also practise from the Mid Sussex Osteopaths clinic in Dolphin Leisure Centre, Haywards Heath and Hove Therapy Rooms in central Hove.

The Triangle, Triangle Way, Burgess Hill, West Sussex RH15 8WA

By car:
The Leisure Centre is located on the outskirts of Burgess Hill at the roundabout connecting the A273 and A2300 roads. If you are coming to Burgess Hill from the A23, take the Hickstead turn off and follow the A2300 across two roundabouts.  At the third roundabout access to the Triangle is via the Triangle Way exit.

Car parking:
There is ample free car parking space in the Triangle Leisure Centre complex.

Rail and bus:
Bus 100 goes from Burgess Hill train station directly to the Triangle.
Mid-Sussex Osteopaths, Dolphin Leisure Centre, Pasture Hill Road, Haywards Heath, RH16 1LY
The Dolphin Leisure Centre is in the centre of Haywards Heath, quite close to the Station and the Sainsbury's store which is nearby, just follow the one way system round into Harlands Road.and follow the signs to the Leisure Centre

By Car:
Car access is good and parking is free for Dolphin Centre customers including during peak daytime hours, when it's limited to 3 hours' stay and you'll need to enter your car registration number into one of the machines near main reception.

By Rail and Bus:
The nearest railway station is Haywards Heath and it's 5 minute walk. A number of bus routes stop at Sainsbury's, which is just a few minutes walk from the Centre, look for 3, 30, 31, 33, 33A, 39, 62, 89 or 164.
 

 

 
Hove Therapy Rooms, 60 Lansdowne Place, Hove, BN3 1FG
Hove Therapy Rooms are easy to find as the building is near the bottom of Landsowne Place, which leads into Western Road.

By Bus
Lansdowne Place leads into Western Road, which hosts a number of bus routes ( 1, 1a, 2, 5, 5a, 5b, 6, 21, 25,  25x, 46,49, 60, 71, 71A,N1,N5) so it's readily accessible.
 
By Car
Car access is good, but parking is on the street and metered.  
 
By Rail
The nearest railway stations are Hove and Brighton.
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