Blakers Park is a well-loved and well-used community space in the Fiveways area of Brighton. Although compact in size it has a large number of features including a small friendly café, tennis courts and a recently renovated playground. The park also contains a distinctive Victorian clocktower.
For more about Blakers Park, its history, and other information, go to the Friends of Blakers Park page.
- Every day (in good weather) 9:30am to 5:30pm
Blakers park can be reached from Preston Drove, Cleveland Road and Southdown Road
Brighton and Hove bus services 26 and 46, and The Big Lemon 52 service, all serve Ditchling Road at the Fiveways junction, a few minutes away from Blakers Park.
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 onstreet parking available on Cleveland Road, Southdown Road and The Drove
Points of Interest
This park is protected by Fields in Trust.
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.
Blakers Park tennis consultation
The consultation period, which ran from 23 January to 5 March 2023, has now closed.
Don't miss this.....
In the middle of the park is its most recognisable feature, the fifty foot high Clock Tower. Unveiled 15 September 1896 and donated by the park’s founder Mayor Alderman J.G. Blaker, it is made of steel, cast iron and finished in bronze.
Today it remains as a main focal point of the park, offering a unique area to enjoy some food and drink from the nearby cafe.
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