Leigh-on-Sea Town Council provide and maintain several facilities for the residents of the Town.
Leigh Community Centre, Strand Wharf, Skate Park incorporating MUGA and Street Art Wall
Leigh Town Council have been running the Community Centre since 2012. The Centre hosts over 80 regular classes and meetings for a variety of different activities including monthly markets. The Centre also provides an affordable and exciting venue for events, parties and weddings. In addition regular children's activities are organised for the school holidays plus there is also our affordable cafe to enjoy. All in all a great community hub at the heart of Leigh
Visit the Centre website for more information.
Picture of Leigh Community Centre
This is a great public space in the heart of Leigh Old Town. The Wharf can also be utilised for events. Please contact the Council for hire information - firstname.lastname@example.org
Picture of Strand Wharf.
The Skate Park can be found at Leigh Marshes and consists of both transition and street elements with something to suit all abilities. The Park is regularly cleaned and maintained by the Council, and is only a short walk from Leigh-on-Sea Train Station. The skatepark is outdoor and open all year round.
Working in partnership with the skate park community the Skate Park was extended in 2020 with funding assistance from Enovert Community Trust.
Address - LOS Skatepark, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, SS9 2ET
Getting to the park - Nearest parking available at Leigh Marshes Car Park SS9 2ET, Rail transport via C2C to Leigh Train Station is a 5 minute walk away
Lessons - Visit the LOS Skate Park website for details on how to book skateboarding lessons: www.losskatepark.co.uk/lessons
Social Media - Follow LOS Skate Park on Instagram www.instagram.com/losskatepark
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The Skate Park is also home to our Street Art Wall, which is regularly updated by local artists, and gives young people a creative outlet.
The MUGA area has facilities to play basketball or 5-aside football and in 2022 we have introduced a Street snooker target game
Picture of Street Art Wall