The Residents Leisure Card is issued by Eastbourne Borough Council and offers range of discounts for local people.
Getting Your Card
To get your card just take your current council tax bill along to one of the locations that issue cards.
The locations that issue the cards are:
The Tourist Information Centre, Cornfield Road, Eastbourne, BN21 4QA
Shinewater Sports Centre, Milfoil Drive, Langney, Eastbourne, BN23 8ED
Hampden Park Sports Centre, Brodrick Road, Eastbourne, BN22 9RQ
Cavendish Sports Centre, Eldon Road, Eastbourne, BN21 1UE
The Eastbourne Borough Council Customer Contact Centre at 1 Grove Road, Eastbourne, BN21 4TW
‘Pay and Display’ parking now generates much needed investment in the car parks at Beachy Head, Warren Hill and particularly Butts Brow, but holders of the Residents Leisure Card do not have to pay a penny.
Residents will simply need to display their card in the windscreen to obtain limitless free parking at these locations.
For non-residents an annual season ticket is available.
All Eastbourne residents can now get half price entry to the Redoubt Fortress by presenting their Residents Leisure Card. The museum can also issue Leisure Cards at the Fortress if people have mislaid theirs.
How to Apply for a Serco 'isospa' Residents Card for Eastbourne Sovereign Centre and Motcombe Pool
If you are an Eastbourne resident, you are eligible for residents' prices at the Sovereign Centre and Motcombe Pool, which are run by Serco.
However, to benefit from residents' prices, you will need Serco's own 'isospa' Residents Card, not the gold Eastbourne Leisure Card.
You can apply for Serco's isospa cards at either the Sovereign Centre or Motcombe Pool. To obtain a card you will need to take your last Council Tax bill to either leisure centre to prove that you live in Eastbourne.
Please note that neither leisure centre issues the gold Eastbourne Leisure Cards.