Events and News

Annual General Meeting: Thu 22 March, 7pm

The Annual General Meeting of the Friends Of Queens Park will take place on Thursday 22 March, 7pm, at the Tennis Pavilion. All concerned residents are welcome to attend the meeting. Read more…


Ann Ewings 1937-2017: Updated

November 24th, 2017

Our longest serving committee member Ann Ewings has died, aged 79. You can see the full report here. Read more…

Carols In The Park: Photos

November 18th, 2017

Thank you all for attending Carols In The Park at the Royal Spa Nursery and for making it such a successful event. See photos here: Read more…

Johnny Webb On The Future Of Our Park

November 5th, 2017

A quick chat with Johnny Webb, chair of The Friends of Queens Park, as published in Queens Park Living magazine. Johnny, a local resident, is co-founder and CEO of Sundog Pictures, a London-based TV production company. Read more…

Public Meeting: Report

October 18th, 2017

There was a full house for the public meeting on drug issues, organised by Queens Park ward Councillors Karen Barford, Adrian Morris and Daniel Chapman, at the Tennis Pavilion on Wednesday evening. 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.