King Alfred Leisure Centre,
East Sussex,
BN3 2WW.
01273 290290




Contact the Leisure Centre, as prices vary depending on activity.


This is an all-purpose leisure facility providing competitive, instructional and leisure swimming opportunities with beach entry lagoon and features. It has a wide range of dry indoor sports available within two multi-purpose sports halls offering opportunities for 5-A-Side football, badminton, volleyball, basketball and table tennis. Also available is a fitness gym, therapy room, indoor bowls complex and function suite.

How to get there:

By car: The Centre is on the A259 coast road and approximately 7 miles east of Worthing and 2 miles west of Brighton. There is street parking or a "Pay & Display" carpark adjacent to the Centre.
By bus: STAGECOACH 700 & 702, buses number 1, 6, 20 and 49 also stop nearby.

Extra Info:

For their safety children under 8 years of age must be accompanied throughout their time in the water by a person aged 18 years or over. To ride the large poolside slide children must be over the age of 8 years and least 1.2m in height.

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Beside the Birdbath 2015

Come to our All-day Fund Raising Garden Party for Fun in Action on Sat 27th June - 12pm to 10pm. There's going to be a great line up of musicians to entertain you, including nine live acts, DJ’s between sets, two barbeques with veggie and non veggie food options, craft and plant stalls, beer, games for the kids, a raffle, lucky dip and two five foot ‘body puppets’ dancing around to keep things jolly! Loads of activities for children including a lucky dip, stalls and games.

Entry to the event is free but guests will be asked for voluntary contributions to a ‘hat’ that will go round during the day. In case of wet weather the event will still go ahead under cover.

 beside the birdbath 2015

Beside the Birdbath is an annual event organised by Paul Stapleton and a group of other local musicians and their friends and families. A previous charity that they supported was ‘Stay Out Late’ (Gig Buddies), but they regularly raise money for various local charities, in particular the Brighton Food Bank.

How to get there: Greenfield Crescent is on the 5B bus route towards Hollingbury and there are regular buses. If you need directions or have any questions, please get in touch.