Events and News

BYO String Ensemble: Sun 8 Dec

The Brighton Youth Orchestra String Ensemble will perform at the QPTC clubhouse on Sunday 8 December 2019, at 4pm.

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Carols In The Park: Fri 6 Dec

The Friends of Queens Park are hosting Carols In The Park on Friday 6 December, from 6pm, at the Royal Spa Nursery at the bottom of the park. Read more…

Kemptown Late Night Shopping: Thu 5 Dec

Meriel Beattie writes to tell us: “A group of the independent shops, artists and cafes in the ‘village’ part of Kemptown (along St George’s Road) have formed a collective and are staging a Christmas Shopping evening this coming Thursday, December 5, from 5pm to 8.30pm. Read more…

News

Volunteering: Sun 22 Sept

September 18th, 2019
Join Chris Lowe of the Friends Of Queens Park for a volunteering session at the pond this Sunday 22 September at 11am.

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Disused Building For Rent in QP

August 30th, 2019

Brighton & Hove County Council has approached commercial real estate agents Avison Young to find a tenant for the disused toilet block next the Queens Park arch on West Drive. Read more…

New Design Concept for Cascade

March 21st, 2019

Local landscape designer Nick Dexter of nd:design addressed the Friends of Queens Park AGM on Thursday, presenting his ideas for the redesign of the cascade area of the park. Read more…

AGM: Thurs 21 March, 7pm

March 7th, 2019

Join us for the Annual General Meeting for the Friends Of Queens Park, at 7pm, at clubhouse of  Queens Park Tennis Club. Read more…

About Queens Park

JourneyOn: travel to and from Queens Park.

Queens Park occupies a beautiful green valley facing south east towards the Channel.

In 1890 Queens Park was bought for the people of Brighton and extensively landscaped.

Queens Park is listed on the English Heritage Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest as Grade 2.

It has a large pond, a cafe, a well equipped playground and 22 acres of of rolling lawns and quiet wooded corners.

It is half a mile from the sea, one third of a mile long and has one and a half miles of footpaths.

It rises from 70 feet above sea level at the bottom to 140 feet at the top.

Parking: Zone C and meter. Some free parking on Queens Park Road and nearby streets.