Compass Card West Sussex
What is a Compass Card?
Compass Card West Sussex is a free discount card that should make it cheaper to do fun things like going to see a show, going tenpin bowling or going for a swim.
It’s for children and young people up to 25 years old with significant disabilities or special educational needs.
How do I get Compass Card West Sussex?
You - or your parent/carer - will need to provide information about you by filling in a Compass Registration Form. The information is held on The Compass, the disability register for West Sussex. Amaze looks after The Compass and makes sure your personal information is kept private.
To get a Compass Card, you’ll need to be living or going to school in West Sussex or be looked after by the council’s Social Services department. To qualify, your disability or special educational need will have to have a significant impact on your life every day.
Why should I get Compass Card West Sussex?
- It’s free
- It should mean you have more fun!
- It should save you money
- Amaze can tell you (or your parent carer) about freebies and other stuff that might interest you.
What Compass Card West Sussex offers are there?
We’re adding new offers all the time, but here are just a few.
- Free swimming, teen classes and gym at the Freedom Leisure Centres.
- Free CD,DVD and audio books at the West Sussex Libraries.
- Special offers at The Hawth Theatre.
- Offers across Brighton and Hove.
The Compass Card app is available for iPhones or Android smartphones. All you have to do is search ‘compass card’ in the App Store or in Google Play. There are two versions – one for card holders in Brighton & Hove and one for card holders in West Sussex.