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This large recreation space is situated along the River Bent. This expansive open green space is ideal for those looking to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city and breathe some fresh air. Located on the premises is a playground, sports field, and wildlife area. The Stonebridge Park tube station is within a ten minute walking distance.
Located in the midst of the busy city, Preston park is one of Brent's most popular recreation grounds with its wide open green spaces and a variety of activities available for kids and adults. It mostly consists of mowed lawns and grassland with some impressive mature trees scattered all over. Sports facilities like a bowling club pavilion, cricket pitches, tennis courts and football grounds can be found here. A number of fairs, festivals and events are hosted here with the Gay and Lesbian Parade being the most popular one. A small cafe serving hot food and salads is also located here. A lovely place to catch up with friends and family while enjoying beautiful views of the park.
Fryent Country Park is a large open space park located in the London Borough of Brent, near Kingsbury. it covers a total of 103 acres (41 hectares) of ground along with the adjoining Barn Hill Open Space. Significant features of the Park include a wooded hill, a small fish pond, and other small hills such as Beanie Hill and Gotfords Hill popularly known as "Telly Tubby Hill" by local children. The wildlife found in the park includes a range of different species of butterflies, frogs, hedgehogs and birds. It is an ideal place to take young children for educational wildlife tours as well as a recreational area and picnic spot. It is also a great spot for pet walking and games.
Located just 30 minutes outside of Central London, Sudbury Golf Course has pristine greens and spectacular views. This popular golf club hosts various events, fundraisers, and society days throughout the year, and is open to non-members seven days a week with decent green fees. A professional's shop, clubhouse, locker rooms with showers, practice grounds, and two bars are just some of the many facilities available to guests.
Nestled between the Boroughs of Brent and Barnet, the Brent Reservoir resides on 170 hectares (420 acres) of land. This nature conservation area is home to many waterfowl and other bird species making it a perfect area for bird watching. The reservoir also has a fantastic view of Wembley Stadium.
Located in the leafy suburban of West Hendon, the West Hendon playing Fields is large public park spread over 25 hectares (62 acres). It mostly consists of well maintained lawns, open grasslands and woodlands covered in tall lush trees. Sports facilities like bowling greens, football and cricket grounds, tennis courts, multi-sports courts and basketball courts are available here. For children, two playgrounds and a toddlers play area with lots of fun rides can be found here as well, which makes it very popular among families with members of all ages. Beautiful views, cozy picnic spots and a network of footpaths and trails make it an ideal park for dog walking, nature strolls and family outings.
Roe Green park, located off Kingsbury road, is a large public park with walled gardens, playgrounds and sports recreation facilities. It was a privately owned parkland of the Roe Green House until 1938 when it was opened to the community by the local council. It is also the site of the world's first international televised picture transmission. Today the site is popular among local families as there are football grounds, tennis courts, multi-sports courts and an outdoor gym available for use along with children's play areas.
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.
A quiet woodland spreading over an area of 11.6 hectares (28.67 acres), Perivale Wood is a local nature reserve that houses a vast variety of flora and fauna for wildlife and nature admirers. This is the second oldest reserve of Britain and was opened in 1974. The woodland mainly consists of oaks and pastures of grass. It has three ponds and two streams with add a range of aquatic wildlife too. The park is currently managed by the Selbourne Society and is open to the public.
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.
Owned and administered by the Ealing Council, the Grove Farm is a local natural reserve. It houses ancient woodlands and some interesting wildlife. The wild service tree is quite dominant in this area and plants like hairy violet, pepper saxifrage and welded thistle are found here in abundance. There are cafes, restaurants and shops available in the vicinity. The Grove Farm is open for public visitation.
A complete health club, the David Lloyd at Sudbury Hill is one among the chain of David Lloyd fitness clubs. Awash with all the modern facilities like gymnasium, swimming pool, spa, sauna, tennis court, squash court and beauty salon, this fitness club is among the best in United Kingdom. The fine amenities that are on offer make sure that you stay at your fittest all the time.