Dudley Eve Park

Dudley Eve Park is a public space named after distinguished Bermudian sports administrator Alfred ‘Dudley’ Tucker Eve Sr. (1916-1978) who lived on this property with his family from 1942 to 1962, during which time it functioned as an informal community playground. Dudley Eve was a Bermuda Sports Hall of Fame inductee who facilitated the sporting careers of some of Bermuda’s top athletes and was instrumental in organizing the amalgamation of Bermuda’s black and white football leagues into one body.