Further improvements to the Victoria Pleasure Ground are in the pipeline as Uckfield Town Council considers how to spend about £13,000 of “roof tax” money.
Councillors have put forward various ideas for consideration including adult fitness equipment, a “fitness mile” and resurfacing the tennis courts.
Developers of the new homes on Eastbourne Road paid nearly £68,000 to provide, improve and maintain youth and adult play facilities at the Victoria Ground as a condition of gaining planning permission.
A multi-use games area has been created at a cost of £55,000 leaving £13,000 to be spent.
Cllr Alan Whittaker suggested the establishment of a “fitness mile”, suitable surfaced and way-marked.
Cllr Louise Eastwood pointed out how adult fitness equipment newly provided at the Hempstead Road play area was extremely popular.
Cllr Jeremy Hallett said there could be a case for resurfacing the tennis courts.
A final decision will be made later once council officers have conducted more research.