Brighton. (see map on right for location).
Café located outside of the park
Kiosk inside the park, with ice cream, chips, sandwiches and more
Swings, slides, climbing frames, bridges and sand pit
How to get there:
It’s between the bottom of Ditching Road and Lewes Road, Not far from London Road and St. Peter’s Church.
This has been a popular area for leisure and public events since Regency times. Originally it included the area now covered by Park Crescent, which was laid out as a cricket ground for the Prince of Wales in 1791, and is commemorated by the Bat and Ball public house in Ditchling Road.
Brighton & Hove City Council and the Brighton Public Skate Park Project Team has seen proposals for a new, concrete park at the Level. On this page you will find details including visualisations for this project. The site has amazing potential for developing skating and other wheeled sports within Brighton & Hove, and also could hold major national and international demonstrations and competitions. Significant funding is already secured for full redevelopment of the Level.