CUSTOMERS, members, ex-employees and residents are being asked to rifle through their photo albums for pictures of the Downs Leisure Centre in Seaford.
The sports centre is celebrating its 25th birthday this year.
The building was originally a Victorian boarding school for young women that closed in the 1960s.
It was used as offices for Seaford Urban District Council and then Lewes District Council.
In 1983 the school rooms and dormitories were converted into flats and the halls were made available for public use.
To celebrate its 25th birthday, the leisure centre is hoping to to present a pictorial timeline of the last 25 years.
If you have images or photographs you are able to share either email email@example.com or drop copies into reception at the Downs Leisure Centre.
Do not leave originals with staff, although by prior arrangement they can organise to colour copy images up to A3 (420 x 297 mm or 16.5 x 11.7 in) in size.