The leisure centre in Hove, which dates back almost 100 years, was forced to close due to an ongoing mains water fault.
The issue has left the site without water, meaning toilets, showers and handwashing facilities are out of action.
Work to repair the fault is underway, with hopes that the leisure centre will reopen for the weekend.
A spokesman for Freedom Leisure, which runs the King Alfred Leisure Centre, said: “We have been experiencing ongoing issues with our water supply at the King Alfred and we will continue to be closed Thursday and Friday this week.
“We currently have no water to the building and therefore we have no toilets, handwashing facilities, showers or heating.
“We are hoping to reopen for the weekend once our contractor has completed the required works. We will provide an update closer to the weekend with further information.”
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This notice was published: 2023-12-06 15:38:03