The Level: Enjoy the park and get involved
Latest news and information
- Fountains at The Level - extended service begins! The Level fountains will now open between 11am-5.30pm during the school summer holidays. Seven sessions of watery fun will take place every day, each followed by a 30-minute interval. Each session will start and end as follows:
- 12 noon-12.30pm
- 5.30pm: Close
Green Flag award for The Level! We've just heard The Level has been awarded a prestigious Green Flag for the first time! Environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy's Green Flag Award scheme recognises and rewards the best parks and green spaces across the country. The award brings the number of Green Flags in the city's parks to seven. Find out about other Green Flag parks in the city.
The Level Communities Forum (LCF) - all welcome! The newly-constituted LCF is organising its first open meeting on Tuesday 29 July, 6pm at The Velo Cafe, The Level. Come along and join us to share your ideas and help shape the park's community future. Download the meeting agenda [PDF 16.9kb]. Enquiries: contact email@example.com
The 'ROC' chaplaincy scheme starts at The Level Saturday 2 August. The pilot service, offering a visible chaplaincy presence from 4-8pm on Saturdays, starts on Saturday 2 August (until Saturday 6 September initially), and is being delivered in partnership with Brighton churches and Sussex Police.
Gardening at The Level - volunteer gardening clubs at The Level are on their way! If you missed our first introductory information session on 22 July, and are interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be in touch. We're starting the first club in early August. Further introductory sessions will be announced shortly.
Butterfly counting at The Level! The park's flowers and plants were carefully chosen to attract insects including butterflies. Join the Big Butterfly Hunt and post any butterfly sightings at The Level online during August to help the this nationwide survey. Keep a particular look-out for the White-Letter Hairstreak butterfly, which relies on the elm trees for its lifecycle, and which has been spotted recently at the park. Download a poster here [pdf 777kb].
Historic and cultural guided tour of The Level - listen in with our newly-produced VisitBrighton podcast.
Garden glory: Noticed the eye-catching wildflower display on The Level's north-west bank alongside Ditchling Road? See a picture, and more, on The Level Communities Forum's Facebook page.
Play on The Level - Regular sessions run on Saturdays, 11am-1pm.
Communities and volunteering opportunities
Community rooms - To hire one of the community spaces (MacLaren or Elm) in the restored pavilions, contact email@example.com or on (01273) 292704. We regret we cannot currently hire the rooms at weekends or after 3.30pm weekdays. View the room layouts (PDF 736kb).
Explore the park and its facilities
Play Pétanque - Bring your boules (bowls), or borrow a set from The Level gardener onsite (weekdays), and have a game on the pétanque area in the south of the park
Watch “A Day in the Life of The Level” - Produced and shot by City College Brighton and Hove students.
History and heritage
History of The Level - Have a look at the historic timeline and find out about MacLaren's 1929 design.
People's History of The Level - Find out more about our A4 colour booklet, which you can buy.
Other news and information
The last restoration project newsletter (PDF 2.2MB) - From February 2014
Contact Us - Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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