Stanley Deason Leisure Centre,
You can walk on for free but may be moved on when hockey or football tournaments start.
Two astroturf courts - good for playing football and other sports
How to get there:
Get bus number 21 from town and get off at Wilson Avenue.
The Stanley Deason Leisure Centre is in the Whitehawk suburb in the east of Brighton. The area is a large, modern housing estate built in a downland dry valley historically known as Whitehawk Bottom. The estate was originally developed by the local authority between 1933 and 1937 and included nearly 1,200 residences. Subsequently, the Swanborough flats were built in 1967, and during the 1970s and 1980s much of the estate was rebuilt by altering the road layouts and increasing the number of houses. Whitehawk is overlooked by the White Hawk, a chalk carving in the hill at Sheepcote Valley. The White Hawk was carved in 2001 by local artists Same Sky with support from the Friends of Sheepcote Valley and Whitehawk residents.