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  • Attractions

    »Arena Square

    Arena Square is "the" place to go in Wembley City. Not only do the surrounding Wembley Arena and Wembley Stadium make it a hit spot to visit, but the featured Square of Fame (with bronze handprints of celebrities), evening light shows and interactive fountain delight crowds of all ages. For more information, check out the website.

    Arena Square

    »King Edward VII Park

    Wembley boasts many green areas where visitors can take a breath of fresh air away from the hustle and bustle of London, one of which is the King Edward VII Park located west of Wembley Stadium. Originally opened to the general public in 1914, many of the original sports facilities remain available and are used regularly by locals. For those who prefer scenic strolls, flower gardens and well-maintained pathways are in abundance at this enchanting park tucked away in Wembley.

    Park Lane and St. John's Road
    Wembley, HA9 7RX

    »Gladstone Park

    Gladstone Park is located in the borough of Brent and features a playground, cafe, art gallery, duck pond and more.

    Dollis Hill Lane
    London, NW2 6HU

    »Willesden Jewish Cemetery

    A cemetery created for Jewish burials, Willesden Jewish Cemetery was established in the year 1873. It is commonly known as Willesden United Synagogue Cemetery. Shell Oil Co's founder and noted banker Marcus Samuel is buried at the Willesden Jewish Cemetery. This cemetery has war graves from both the World Wars. From World War I, 33 war graves are found here and six of these occupy a tiny place close to assembly hall. On a different plot, 22 war graves from 78 burials from World War II form a separate place. 

    Off 9 Tower Road
    Brent, NW10 2HP

    »London Horsenden Hill

    The history of London Horsenden Hill dates back to 2500 years. The hill was said to be inhabited by the humans of the Iron Age, and is now open to public for exploring. Since there were a lot artifacts belonging to this era, the hill was testified as an Ancient Scheduled monument by English Heritage. Located in Ealing, the hill is used as a triangulation station, whereas the eastern land of the hill is used for conservation of ponds, woodlands and meadows. Entry is free.

    Horsenden Lane
    London, UB6 0RD

    »Roundwood Park

    You could spend a whole day at Roundwood Park and yet find many things remaining unexplored. The park is known for its flowering trees, plants, ponds, playgrounds, fountains and narrow pathways, but prominently as a venue for events. People can still recall the famous Willesden Junction Brass Band that performed here for many consecutive years. Many religious and political meetings and demonstrations were held here. For further details, check the website.

    Harlseden Road
    Brent, NW10 3UN

    »St Barnabas' Church

    St Barnabas' Church is situated at Pitshanger Lane in London. The church firmly believes in working towards the betterment of their people and connecting to the almighty through prayers and music. The church welcomes one and all sans any discrimination. They offer services like choir, Sunday school, Eucharistic servers, young church, cinema club and social events. They also conduct annual fests like Frost Fair and Summer Fete for everyone.

    Pitshanger Lane
    London, W5 1QG

    »St. John's Harrow

    St. John's Harrow stands grandly within the locality of Greenhill, acting as its principal parish church. Its origins date back to 1886. The Grade II listed building is reminiscent of an era gone by. The church houses two war memorials commemorating the martyrs of the two World Wars. The church hosts a number of Bible reading sessions and a range of concerts.

    Sheepcote Road
    Harrow , HA1 2JE

    »Harrow Trinity Church

    This ancient Church has its origins dating back to the 15th Century. In addition to sermons, Sunday service and community service, the church hall hosts a number of concerts, festivals and group walks. A bi-monthly magazine informs members of various church activities. It encourages child and youth development with a preschool, Sunday club and badminton club. It is worth a visit for its regal architecture.

    Hindes Road
    Harrow, HA1 1RX

    »St Benedict's Ealing Abbey

    St Benedict's Ealing Abbey is a Roman Catholic church working towards serving its community and spreading the message of God. It welcomes parishioners from all walks of life and guides them through their spiritual journey. The church comes under the Diocese of Westminster and has provisions for the disabled. Parishioners are encouraged to participate in social activities, sacramental preparations, prayer meets and other events conducted by the church.

    Charlbury Grove
    Ealing, W5 2DY

    »Kokani Mosque

    Kokani Mosque is a place of worship for Muslims. Many Muslims from UK drop by at this mosque to do so. Various religious events are also held inside the mosque.

    127 Hamilton Road
    Barnet, NW11 9EG

    »Dermot Boyle Wing

    Dermot Boyle Wing is part of the well known and historic Royal Air Force Museum. Spread across 2000 square feet, the room is used for several events. While at Doyle Wing, you can also take a tour of the museum. Conferences, local and cultural events music gigs are held here. Also known as the Locking Room, it is much sought after for receptions and dinners. The dining area is quite elaborate. Fitted with modern devices and WiFi enabled, it can be adapted for several events. Overall Dermot Boyle Room is a suitable and multipurpose room for all kinds of events.

    Grahame Park Way
    London, NW9 5LL
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