Events and News

Shakespeare In The Park

Shakespeare In The Park is back! Outdoor theatre returns to Queens Park this summer with a performance of The Merchant Of Venice on Saturday 30 June at 6pm. Read more…


Carpe Diem: Heron Feasts On Fish

June 3rd, 2018

Chris Lowe writes: Our Heron is having some impact… two days ago I saw it catch three fish (about 3″-4”) long in 15 minutes. However the longer term impact is unknown. Read more…

Anti-Social Behaviour: How You Can Help

May 1st, 2018

Council sources tell us: “The police are very statistically minded. The more you report, the more they react. So the more people in Queens Park report local disturbances (crimes, anti-social behaviour, drug issues etc) the more the police will be on hand to deal with the issue.” Read more…

Conservation Management Plan for Queens Park

March 28th, 2018

Last week’s AGM saw the presentation of the new Conservation Management Plan for Queens Park. 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…

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.