Steyning

Steyning Leisure Centre Track

Steyning Leisure Centre
Horsham Road
STEYNING
BN44 3AA

Telephone: 01903 879666
Fax: 01903 879469

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Type: Hard, 266m, 2 lanes, 2 lane straight

Authority: West Sussex
Ceremonial County: West Sussex

NUTS Name: Steyning

Electronic Map Links:
Multimap 1:10,000 (Street Level)
Multimap 1:25,000 (Area Level)
Multimap 1:50,000 (Area Level)
Multimap 1:100,000 (Road Level)
Multimap 1:200,000 (Road Level)
Streetmap (Street Level)
Streetmap (Area Level)
Streetmap (Road Map)

OS National Grid Reference: TQ 175119
National Grid Reference: 517500, 111900

Paper Maps:
A-Z Brighton & Worthing 2C 6
OS Explorer Map: 122 (was 17)
OS/Philip's West Sussex 141 D2
Red Book West Sussex 50 B2
Red Book Worthing & Littlehampton 24 C2

Train: Shoreham-by-Sea (5M)

Opening Times: Open all the time. Club times (exclusive) Tue & Thu eves
Is track locked/unavailable for casual use at other times: Yes
Charges: None

Track Diagram: Click here
Field Event Facilities: None
S/C Water Jump: None

Changing: Full in Sports Centre
Floodlights: None but light from the floodlit tennis courts in the infield is sufficient
Seating: None

Clubs: Steyning AC

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Other Info:
This is a 266m training track around the outside of the tennis courts. It is 2m wide and has relatively square bends. It cost about 11000 and was jointly paid for by Steyning AC and the Sports Council. The surface is similar to that used for all-weather tennis courts but a lot of it had to relaid to get rid of surface water. The Leisure Centre was called Steyning Sports Centre prior to the opening of the swimming pool in 2000. The works for this meant that the home straight of the track had to be relaid. The track is mainly used for race-walk training and also by local joggers. It isn't really suitable for fast running because of the tight bends.

Last update: 24/02/2001

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