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 Empire Way  Wembley , London, EN, GB, HA9 0NH

  • Phone: (44) 20 87339000
  • Fax: (44) 20 87339001
3.5 out of 5 (27 reviews)
78% of guests recommend this hotel

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»The Fountain Studios

The Fountain Studios is one of the great studios that can host a number of events and shows. They will cater to all your needs and help you organize the best shows. So whether its live performances or private grand parties, this studio is definitely going to put up the best for you.

128 Wembley Park Drive
Brent, HA9 8HP

»Copland Community School

The Copland Community School is a local educational institution that caters to the students of surrounding neighborhoods. To enroll or to inquire about the admission procedure, please log on to their website or call ahead.

Cecil Avenue
London, HA9 7DU

»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

»JFS School

JFS School is one of the oldest Jewish schools; and was founded in the year 1732. It is listed among the top schools in Europe. The school syllabus includes subjects like English, Ivrit, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Astronomy and History among others. The school also has sixth form experience that help students prepare themselves for the future. To enroll or inquire about admissions, please log on to their website.

The Mall
Harrow, NW9 9JR

»St Matthew's Church, Willesden

St Matthew's Church at Willesden was constructed between 1900 and 1906. The church building was built to the designs of William Douglas Caroe. St Matthew's Church building was built in sections. The first section was completed in the year 1901 and its northeast end and the vestries were completed in 1904. On January 27th, 1906, its organ was completed. Grade II listed St Matthew's Church served as a temporary hospital during World War I and contained 40 beds. However, it was damaged by severe bombing during World War II, on September 28th, 1940. 

45 St. Mary's Road
Brent, NW104AU

»Sudbury

Sudbury is a suburb in Brent, London. It is a beautiful place of historical importance. The suburb has amazing landscapes; the Barham Park is one of the most beautiful parks in town. There are several historical buildings, dating back to the older times. The Sudbury Methodist Church, the St. Andrew's Church of England (COE), St. George's Catholic and the Church of St. John the Evangelist are some of the most beautiful churches in Sudbury. It is a well developed suburb with good amenities. 

105 Central Road
Brent, HA0 2LJ

»Hendon Mosque & Islamic Centre

Hendon Mosque & Islamic Centre is a place, where Muslim worship and other services takes place. Many Muslims drop by here from UK.

Brent View Road
London, NW9 7EL

»Sickle Cell Society

The Sickle Cell Society aids those suffering from sickle-cell diseases. It regularly arranges fundraising campaigns and offers training programs to support patients. It runs an inexpensive shop, proceeds from which are donated towards the cause. One can also get tested for sickle-cell anemia at the charity. It especially holds programs to support afflicted children.

54 Station Road
London, NW10 4UA

»The Brentham Club

Over a 100 years old, The Brentham Club is an ideal events venue in the heart of the picturesque Ealing. Spread of 16 acres, this club is flanked by natural beauty, River Brent on one side and deciduous woods on the other. The club houses various facilities like grass and hard courts for cricket, tennis, football fields, bowls club, restaurant, coffee shop and conference rooms. For membership or booking, call ahead.

38a Meadvale Road
London, W5 1NP

»St. Mary's Church

Construction of St. Mary's Church at Harrow on the Hill began in 1086, however it was not consecrated until 1094. Although very little remains of the original church structure, the later additions have only added to its inherent beauty. Home to an impressive collection of brasses, the church is of significant architectural and historic importance. As a place of worship, the church boasts an open and accepting congregation where all are welcome.

Church Hill
Harrow, HA1 3HL

»Cricklewood Baptist Church

Built in 1907, Cricklewood Baptist Church is a recognizable landmark of London. Fashioned upon a Byzantine style architectural design, the church forms a lovely sight in red and yellow brick. Featuring Art Deco stained glass work and exceptional architectural finesse, the church continues to be utilized as a place of worship even after over 100 years of existence. The congregation is warm and welcoming, and visitors may join it the services if they wish to. The church aims to uphold and encourage an attitude of acceptance within its walls and within the hearts of its congregation.

2 Sneyd Road
London, NW2 6AN

»Arena Flowers

Special occasions require special treats and there is no better way to make it beautiful than with flowers. Catering to all your floral needs, Arena Flowers provides floral services for all kinds of occasion. Experts in floral decoration, they cater to birthday parties, condolences, anniversaries, and other celebrations. So whether you need delightful decorations for a romantic wedding or need a wreath for funerals, the experts at Arena Flowers will handle your needs. They provide delivery service, so your fresh bouquet of floral joy is just a call away! For more, call +44 800 035 0581 (toll free). 

Concord Road
Ealing, W3 0TJ
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