The attraction of Easthill park is the feeling of open space - the wide open expanses of grass really give you an air of freedom.
Easthill Park has a large number of attractive features that include a beautiful walled garden full of mature shrubs and herbaceous borders. Use of the walled garden is prioritised daily for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities between 10am and 12pm.
The War Memorial provides a focal point for the well-attended annual Remembrance Sunday Parade, and a 'wild gym' will help you stay fit while enjoying the park!
At the south end of the park is the wildflower area, which provides a home to native species of plants and grasses that park users can enjoy.
Easthill Park is one of seven parks in the city recognised by the Green Flag award scheme.
Thanks to funding by Sussex Police and work by local volunteers, Fresh Start was able to renovate the venue and now uses it to host community events, training courses and a cafe.
The Park Cafe trains young people in basic work and catering skills whilst serving snacks, drinks, and meals several days a week. 7000 customers were served and 12 young people trained in the cafe's first year of operation (2015.)
Children's Playground. Find out more about city playgrounds
Half basketball court
Cafe - see above for more information and link
Points of Interest
Wildflower and picnic areas
These natural fitness stations were hand-made by a local carpenter, using Sweet Chestnut cut sustainably from Stanmer Park woods by Park Rangers, as part of the council’s woodland management project. The metal bars were sourced from scrap, then sanded and painted.
The gym features a Hop/Balance Beam, a Sit-up Bench, Parallel Bars and Chin-up Bars. We hope you enjoy this exciting and bespoke feature.
Report a problem in the park
Have you found a problem at the park? If so, contact us using our online City Parks problem report form.
Click the map above to find the park's location.
The 1 and 1A buses run near the park every few minutes during the day. Further information and timetables available from the Brighton & Hove Bus company.
There are cycle lanes leading to the park from the city centre and various places to secure your bicycle to around the park. For more information on cycling around the city check the Journey On site.
There is limited free parking available along Easthill Way.Opening Times -
Don't miss this.....
The War Memorial originally stood outside the Royal British Legion Hall in Trafalgar Road, Portslade. Due to an increase in usage of the highway it was moved to Easthill Park in 1954, where it was felt that a respectful service would be able to be carried out. The remembrance service attracts some 200 people every year and is one of the best-attended memorial services within the city.
In 2018 the Memorial was designated a ‘Centenary Field’ as part of a national initiative, led by the Royal British Legion and Fields in Trust (www.fieldsintrust.org), marking the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1. The project aimed to secure permanent public spaces to honour the memory of the millions who lost their lives in this conflict.
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