At Wave, we want to make sure everyone can visit our centres with confidence. With this in mind, we've created accessibility audits for our sites listing all aspects of accessibility including;
We hope that the information in these audits helps you to plan and enjoy your visits with us. From time to time some features may be out of order as they require maintenance. We advise checking with the centre before travel if you require a certain feature to enjoy our facilities.
If you have any other questions either before you travel or during your visit, please email email@example.com, call your local centre or just ask one of our friendly team who will be happy to help.
Take a look at our accessibility audits below
We run regular sessions for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities at our sites designed to encourage learning in a fun and friendly environment. Sessions include sensory science, archery, lego and computer club and many more! Each session will only have a small number of participants and there will be lots of help available. Participants are welcome to bring friends and siblings along for the fun and we offer introductory 1-1 sessions to build their confidence and encourage them to join in however best suits them.
We run a number of specialist sessions designed to help people get confident, meet new people or access activity at a gentler pace. Whether you're interested in a game of Walking Football, want to start feeling stronger with chair based exercise or want to experience the great outdoors with a sociable health walk, take a look at our specialist activities here.
i-go is an East Sussex County Council scheme which Wave Leisure offers at our centres. An i-go card gives you discounts and accessibility information at leisure centres, attractions, activities and clubs in East Sussex.
You can get an i-go card if you:
• Are 0-25 years old
• Live or receive education in East Sussex; and have special needs or a disability. This includes learning difficulties, physical disabilities and autism.
• A diagnosis isn’t necessary
For more information and to get an i-go card, please visit their website.