Brooklands Park and Lake
Brooklands Park is currently undergoing restoration to return it to the jewel in the crown destination of Adur and Worthing open spaces.
Among the new features for Brooklands Park will be:
- a sustainable cafe close to the lake
- an adventure play area to house 30 pieces of equipment, two of which are climbing frames more than 4 metres high
- an outdoor space for multi use events such as frisbee, football or other activities surrounded by seating
- a contemplative garden bordering the Teville Stream with new sensory planting
- a new accessible pathway circumnavigating the lake with seating areas and shelters
- a 1.55 miles (2.5km) fitness trail around the park
- a number of glades on the old golf course, including Community Garden, Play and Build, Nature, Wind and Winter, discrete areas sheltered by planting allowing for different community activities including food growing, seed sowing, play dens, bug hotels and bird boxes
This is the second stage of the Brooklands Park project. Two years ago the lake and stream were the subject of extensive restoration work with silt removed, free flowing water channels created and windmill oxygenators installed so that the fish, wildlife and plant life could thrive.
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Where is the park?
Brooklands Park just north of the coast road (A259 Brighton Road, junction with Western Road) in Worthing, facing the beach. It is about 1.7 miles (2.7km) east of Worthing Pier.
There are car parks:
- on the southern side of the park, off Brighton Road
- and the eastern side of the park, off Western Road
- see: Parking at Brooklands
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Page last updated: 24 May 2022