Centenary Park (The Big Park)

The Award winning Centenary Park (also known as The Big park) was officially opened on 15th April 2015 by HRH The Duke of Gloucester. Boosting 11 Acres of green space situated within the South Downs National Park, it’s the perfect place to start a walk or ride, to stop and play or to take advantage of our Gateway Café.

The Park has two magical playgrounds that will keep your little ones entertained for hours. The toddler playground with its giant wood carved dragon, a peek a boo wall and the adventure playground for older children boasting a magnificent acorn tower and the biggest swing you’ve ever seen!

The Park also has the Zero Degrees state-of-the-art Skatepark which is suitable for scooters, bikes, or traditional skaters – children from 5-50 have great fun here. Features include a skateable sundial, deep bowls and ramps.

The Park has hosted many events since it opened in 2015 including Peacehaven Town Council’s Summer Fairs, music festivals, dog shows, skate jams, football tournaments, and charity bike rides to list but a few.

The Park has proved a popular destination for professional film crews and photography shoots as well.


  • Constructing Excellence Awards 2015 – Sustainability Category – Winner
  • Architect Journal Retrofit Awards 2015 – Leisure Category – Winner
  • RIBA South East Award 2016 – Winner
  • Sussex Heritage Trust – 2016 Public and Community Award – Highly Commended
  • Campaign to Protect Rural England – Sussex Countryside Awards – Full Award winner in the Making Places Design category.


For all booking and filming enquiries please email: info@peacehaventowncouncil.gov.uk

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