Freedom Leisure

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Freedom Leisure is the largest provider of community leisure in Sussex.[1]

Freedom Leisure is a not for profit organisation with a strong company ethos on providing value for money. The company does this by reinvesting surpluses back into the centres to ensure this happens. Freedom Leisure lost the management of the Mid Sussex Leisure Centres in Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and East Grinstead with effect from the end of June 2014.[2] and now manage the K2 Centre in Crawley.


Freedom Leisure operates 30 sites throughout East Sussex and West Sussex,two in Kent and five in Surrey].[3] There are four sites in Hastings and one site in each Bexhill, Crawley, Crowborough, Hailsham, Hassocks, Heathfield, Rye, Sandwich, Aylesham and Uckfield.

In 2011 the company expanded into Surrey, taking over management of council run leisure facilities in Guildford[4] and Woking[5] in separate ten-year deals.


Whilst the facilities vary from site to site due to size (Hillcrest School in Hastings is decidedly smaller than K2 in Crawley, for example) in or due to other issues such as money, staffing etc. they may include:


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