Parks & Playgrounds in Brent

 
Barham Park Sudbury
11-May-14 to 11-May-16

Gently undulating park with pathways and many mature trees. Barham Park is located about two miles to the north-west of the A406 (North Circular Road) via the A404 (Harrow Road). ...

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Roundwood Park Harlesden
11-May-14 to 11-May-16

Roundwood Park is a formal Victorian Park that has English Heritage grade two listed status. This park is a current holder of the Green Flag Award. This award scheme is the bench...

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Kilburn Grange Park Kilburn
11-May-14 to 11-May-16
disabled access

8-acre park with children's play area, three tarmac tennis courts and a multi-use games area suitable for basketball or football. Floodlit games area with changing rooms, availabl...

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Gladstone Park Dollis Hill
13-May-14 to 13-May-16

Initially the park was to be called Dollis Hill Park, but its associations with Sir William Gladstone were so strong that it was decided to name the park after the former Liberal...

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Abbey estate open space Alperton
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
disabled access

A small field and fenced and gated playground.

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Heather park Alperton
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
disabled access

It's a large field and has a fenced and gated playground.

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Mount pleasent open space Alperton
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
disabled access

Grass area with fenced and gated playground.

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Sherrins farm Wembley
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
disabled access

Seven a side football pitch with a multi use games area

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Brent river park Brent wide
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
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Brent River Park is a large green space which is dissected by the River Brent. This natural landscape has recently been improved through the River Brent Project and further plans...

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King Edward vII park Wembley
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
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King Edward VII Park was opened to the public on 4 July 1914. The land which has become the park was purchased by the Council in memory of the late king and to replace the loss...

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One tree hill recreational area Alperton
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16

One Tree Hill is a favourite recreational area for local residents. Since its original naming, when it was a hill with a single tree, the park has been landscaped with numerous...

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Frying country park Kingsbury
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
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Fryent Country Park covers 103 hectares of traditional Middlesex countryside. The Park is surrounded by suburbia and bisected by Fryent Way and it lies about 15km north-west of...

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Queens park Queen's Park
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
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The site of the 1879 Royal Agricultural Exhibition, the 30-acre Queen's Park has been owned and managed by the City of London since 1886. It has been named a Green Flag Park for...

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Rainbow park Cricklewood
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
disabled access

Children's playground

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Chapter road Dollis Hill
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
disabled access

There is a dog control order for the whole of this area.

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Roe green park Kingsbury
8-Jun-14 to 8-Jun-16
disabled access

Roe Green Park has evolved from a former park and farmland of Roe Green House, the site of which is now occupied by Roe Green Village, built from 1918 to 1920 with assistance from...

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Mapesbury Dell Cricklewood
23-Jun-14 to 23-Jun-16
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The Dell is Northwest London's best kept secret. An award-winning park, it is the jewel in the heart of Mapesbury, a truly magical garden hidden behind a row of residential houses...

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