Clothing, Waterproofs, Hiking Equipment

Trespass Eastbourne

106-108 Terminus Rd, Eastbourne BN21 3AJ, UK – 01323 725516

Have just been to trespass in Eastbourne today the level of service was first class and the duty manageress was exceptional well done and thank you we would have no hesitation in recommending this store and will definitely return.

Wonderful shop very helpful any item they dont have give info on how to get


146/148 Terminus Rd, Eastbourne BN21 3AN, UK – 01323 409340

Good selection of outdoor wear. And more. Good custom an,and polite.

Staff extremely helpful, brilliant selection of camping and hiking gear alike. All at a very resonable price too!

The Sporting Store

291 Seaside, Eastbourne BN22 7NU, UK – 01323 417068


Camping Equipment, Tents,

Halfords - Eastbourne Store

2a Marshall Rd, Eastbourne BN23 6QU, UK – 01323 500555

Fantastic service at Halfords today! Staff and Store Manager were extremely knowledgable and helpful. 5 *

Bought a bulb for my car staff showed fair knowledge and offered advice on which bulb to buy. They pushed the fitting service which I agreed to amazed when they charged £8.00 to fit a bulb. Would not use this service again as it was an easy fit.

Robert Dyas Eastbourne

18 Ashford Rd, Eastbourne BN21 3NW, UK – 01323 642731

A marvellous shops that stocks a wide variety of hardware goods. With wide aisles this is an easy access store. With helpful staff who are happy to check stock on anything that might appear out of stock on the shop floor. Found tucked away behind shades a handy little town centre shop.

Good size store with a great range of electrical goods for the home, plus so much more, that also offers some really exception low priced items with friendly staff.

TJ Hughes

177-187 Terminus Rd, Eastbourne BN21 3NX, UK – 01323 732222

Good value shop worth a visit, especially for clothing. Nice clean cafe with a good variety of snacks and hot meals. Only let down is the toilet facilities - definitely need updating.

As a departmental shop it is showing signs of the times, and I don't mean that in a disparaging way. It does its best in what must be the worst of times for High Street retailing, but I wonder why they ever consider wholesale buying of some of their products which, I feel, might struggle to sell at a fraction of the price across the road in a charity shop. Conversely, they do have some familiar brand-name products that are frequently offered at prices lower than other outlets in the vicinity. Now, let's look at the "Cafe at TJs" and this is the real 5* bit.... This place is light, airy, and offers reasonable food at reasonable prices. I have not had lunch their recently, but it always gathers a crowd, so that says something, I think. HOWEVER, what we did have recently was a "CREAM TEA" FOR £2.50. That comprised Scone (best I've had for a long time), Strawberry Jam, a good-size pot of Roddas Cornish Clotted Cream, and a decent pot of tea. All of that would have not been bettered in Devon or Cornwall, never mind the price there which would probably not give much change from a £5 note! A great bargain - no mistake. A helpful, friendly counter assistant made it all worthwhile, and I hope that it continues to do well for a long time to come.