It’s that time of year where we celebrate the British summer and all things the Level. For the Level Best Festival 2018, we have a market, kids play, Brighton & Hove Arts Orchestra, Cascade Choir, KLAE, Deirdre Faegre, LEC and … Read More
Welcome to Brighton’s Central Park!
The Level Brighton is a Green Flag unique award winning open space in the heart of the awesome City of Brighton. Part of the Valley Gardens corridor, the Level has a rich history and it is a one of Brighton’s busiest parks, serving as a cross roads for the diverse communities that use and surround it.
There's something for everyone on the Level. Everything from having fun in the awesome new kids play area and fountains to bee watching to riding the skate park! You can take it easy and relax on the North lawns, taste the yummy delights of the the Tomato Cafe or even try your hand at boules in our very own Pétanque!
The Level Communities Forum
This site is run by The Level Communities Forum (LCF). We are an independent, volunteer run, open community group and aim to create and support a positive and enriching environment on the Level Brighton. Bringing together park users, local residents, and community groups to engage, discuss and celebrate all matters involving the Level. Helping to build stronger communities with a vibrant and diverse program of activities and events on the Level.
We're always pleased to welcome new members. More volunteers will help us do even more in the way of events, activities and community support to benefit the Level for all those who visit and enjoy the park.
Things to do
Update: Unfortunately the Santa Paws competition is cancelled….sorry This year we’ve decided to do something a little different for Christmas on the Level 2017. We’ve invited Santa Claus to join us for a few hours in our special Santa’s … Read More
Steve Peters, our very own garden manager has won the first ever Gardener of the Year in the South and South East in Bloom awards! What a fantastic accolade and a massive achievement for Steve. The Level Communities Forum would … Read More