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About our parks

Our parks and open spaces remain open, but we are urging people to follow the latest public health advice while out and about. Please read our plea to stay indoors over Easteras medical experts warn the peak of the disease is close. Playgrounds, gyms (where they are fenced in) and games areas like tennis courts are now closed following concerns over crowds gathering. 

There are many parks in Brent from formal Victorian parks and more than 1,000 acres of public open space including Fryent Country Park.

We design, build, and maintain all the parks and their features and consult on nature conservation. 

We also manage outdoor sport facilities such as tennis courts in our parks.

Do you have a question about our parks?

Contact us on 020 8937 5619 or brent.parks.services@brent.gov.uk 

Dog Control

 

BBQs are not allowed

No bbq sign

We do not allow BBQs in our parks. This includes disposable or portable BBQs and open fires and there are no exceptions to this.

For any enquiries please contact Environmental Improvement Department on 0208 937 5619 or email brent.parks.services@brent.gov.uk. For all out of hours enquiries please call 020 8937 1234.

Things to Do

  • Kanna Explore - download this app to your smartphone or tablet to find over 28,000 public play areas, parks, swimming pools, museums and libraries across the UK.

Want to hire a facility in one of our parks?

Go to the outdoor sport facilities page to find out how to hire a sport facility and contact us on 020 8937 5619 to find out about halls and rooms for hire in our parks.

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  1. Abbey Estate Open Space
  2. Alperton Sports Ground
  3. Barham Park
  4. Basing Hill
  5. Brampton Grove
  6. Bramshill Road
  7. Brent River Park
  8. Brentfield Park
  9. Brondesbury Park
  10. Butlers Green
  11. Caffrey Gardens
  12. Cambridge Square and Gardens
  13. Canal Walk
  14. Chalkhill Linear Park
  15. Chalkhill Open Space
  16. Chalkhill Park
  17. Chapter Road
  18. Chelmsford Square
  19. Church End
  20. Church Lane Recreation Ground
  21. Crouch Road
  22. Crown Walk
  23. De Haviland Road
  24. Denzil Road
  25. Elmwood Park
  26. Eton Grove
  27. Franklyn Road
  28. Fryent Country Park
  29. Furness Road
  30. GEC Sports Ground (off Preston Road)
  31. Gibbons Recreation Ground
  32. Gladstone Park
  33. Goldsmith Lane
  34. Granville Road
  35. Grove Park
  36. Harlesden town gardens
  37. Hazel Road
  38. Heather Park
  39. John Billam Sports Ground
  40. Kensal Green
  41. Kenton Grange
  42. Kimberley Road
  43. King Edward VII Park, Wembley
  44. Kingsbury Green
  45. Leybourne Road
  46. Lindsay Park
  47. Longstone Avenue
  48. Mapesbury Dell
  49. Maybank
  50. Meadow Garth
  51. Milton Avenue
  52. Mount Pleasant
  53. Neasden Recreation Ground
  54. Northwick Park
  55. One Tree Hill Recreation Ground
  56. Pilgrims Way
  57. Preston Park
  58. Rainbow Park
  59. Retreat Close
  60. Roe End Shrubbery
  61. Roe Green Park
  62. Roe Green Village
  63. Roundwood Park
  64. Roundwood Road
  65. Sherrins Farm
  66. Shorts Croft Corner
  67. Silver Jubilee Park
  68. South Kilburn Open Space
  69. Springfield Park
  70. St Mary's Road
  71. Stonebridge Recreation Ground
  72. Streatley Road Pocket Park
  73. Sudbury Court
  74. Tenterden Recreation Ground
  75. The Compass
  76. The Shrine Open Space
  77. Tiverton Playing Field
  78. Tokyngton Recreation Ground
  79. Tubbs Road
  80. Vale Farm Sports Ground
  81. Village Way
  82. Villiers Road
  83. Welsh Harp Open Space
  84. Welsh Harp Reservoir
  85. Willesden Sports Ground (King Edward VII recreation ground)
  86. Wilson Drive
  87. Woodcock Park
  88. Woodhouse Urban Park
  89. Wyborne Way
About our parks

Our parks and open spaces remain open, but we are urging people to follow the latest public health advice while out and about. Please read our plea to stay indoors over Easteras medical experts warn the peak of the disease is close. Playgrounds, gyms (where they are fenced in) and games areas like tennis courts are now closed following concerns over crowds gathering. 

There are many parks in Brent from formal Victorian parks and more than 1,000 acres of public open space including Fryent Country Park.

We design, build, and maintain all the parks and their features and consult on nature conservation. 

We also manage outdoor sport facilities such as tennis courts in our parks.

Do you have a question about our parks?

Contact us on 020 8937 5619 or brent.parks.services@brent.gov.uk 

Dog Control

 

BBQs are not allowed

No bbq sign

We do not allow BBQs in our parks. This includes disposable or portable BBQs and open fires and there are no exceptions to this.

For any enquiries please contact Environmental Improvement Department on 0208 937 5619 or email brent.parks.services@brent.gov.uk. For all out of hours enquiries please call 020 8937 1234.

Things to Do

  • Kanna Explore - download this app to your smartphone or tablet to find over 28,000 public play areas, parks, swimming pools, museums and libraries across the UK.

Want to hire a facility in one of our parks?

Go to the outdoor sport facilities page to find out how to hire a sport facility and contact us on 020 8937 5619 to find out about halls and rooms for hire in our parks.