Waterhall View

Waterhall Conservation Area is about 15 hectares (38 acres) of chalk downland and scrub. With its extensive views of the downs and woodland walks it is an important recreational resource for the local population. Find out more about the Waterhall Conservation Area Management Plan 2011-2016 [4.1MB] 
It is in the South Downs National Park and there is a large dew pond which is used by local wildlife. 
Grazing is also an important part of life at waterhall and we are always looking for more volunteer shepards.

Waterhall is also the home of Brighton Blues Rugby club.

Getting there

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                                                             Click the map above to find the park's location.

The 5, 5A and 56 bus routes serve Patcham Village, Waterhall is a short walk from here. Further information and timetables available from the Brighton & Hove Bus company.

There is limited parking available at Waterhall.

Opening Times -

Park: Always open.

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