White Rock Gardens
First acquired by the Council in 1902, but never re-landscaped completely until 1920. The garden is reasonably central and is close to St Leonards (a priority ward).
The western side of Falaise Road is subject of a major leisure development including multi use games area, skateboarding, tennis and putting.
The site benefits from 6 bowling greens of a high standard (used for the County Finals in 2003), putting course, hard tennis courts and a skateboard facility.
Many horticultural improvements have already been made with the aim of addressing Council core priorities while removing low value features. The garden includes grass areas, beds and the Oval, a larger grass area used for events.
There are many entrance points to this location, most of which are suitable for disabled access. Main entrances are from White Rock Road and Falaise Road.
59,000 square metres site with mainly sports facilities but also great views of the sea with lots of seating.
Some easy walking but steps and slopes can make wheel chair access limited.
There is a sports attendant on site during the summer months so the public can try their hand at bowls.
- Bowls Greens
- Skateboard bowl
- Putting course.
- Notice boards
- Formal Flower Beds.
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