Future of our parks - share your views
We need to change the way we manage and maintain our open spaces as council budgets are reduced. Share your views and help us understand what's important to you.
Active, outdoor play is an important part of children's development and health , which is shown in the range of equipment in the city's 45 playgrounds.
The largest play areas in Brighton and Hove are at Hove Park, St Ann's Well Gardens, Preston Park and Queens Park. There are also play areas along the seafront, all with water play, at Hove Lagoon, West Pier and Madeira Drive. Use this link for public transport information.
We manage and maintain the play areas to ensure they are clean and safe to use, whilst still challenging for those who use them. All playgrounds are inspected on a regular basis.
- Look out for the new play area at The Level we've created as part of the park's restoration
- Interested in training as a playworker? It's one of a number of volunteering opportunities in The Level activity plan. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to know more, or call us on 01273 292929
The council undertook a two year development programme to improve the quality of the city's play spaces, making them more challenging and innovative for children and teenagers in Brighton and Hove. For more information on this fantastic project go to the my play space pages.
We can only act promptly if incidents and problems are reported to us. Please use our online form to tell us of any accidents or "near misses" that occur to help prevent any further incidents.
The Brighton & Hove Playbus provides exciting and safe mobile play and welcomes children from across the city. We aim to strengthen communities by providing an opportunity for children and adults to interact and make new friends.