Shop local

Brent is buzzing with small business who enrich our high streets and provide local jobs. When you shop locally, more of the money that you spend is kept within your local community, and this has a beneficial effect on your local neighbourhood.

We’re working with our local businesses to get more Brent residents to shop locally. We’re inviting you to get involved and explore what your local high streets have to offer.

We've teamed up with dozens of local businesses across Brent on the new Shop Local Voucher which rewards shoppers for shopping local. 

The rewards range from a discount off a bill through to freebie offers, and vary from business to business. 

  • Simply Download the Voucher and present it to your local participating business
  • The voucher can be used at any of the participating businesses. See your local area below for a list of the current offers
  • There are no limits on the number of times you can download the voucher
  • You can either print it or show it on your phone as long as you have downloaded it first.  


Wembley is a welcoming and vibrant area on the doorstep of two of London’s biggest venues. It’s the perfect option for a more authentic place to eat and drink before or after an event. People come for well-priced, hearty meals as well as quick bites and drinks — from Indian, Caribbean and Chinese food to pub grub, kebabs, burgers and more. 

Check out the list of participating business and their special offers!

Download your Wembley Shop local voucher

Cars and a bus along Wembley High Road




Ealing Road

Ealing Road is the place in north London to go for South Asian clothing, jewellery, groceries and restaurants.

Download Ealing Road guide

People come for the buzzing atmosphere and colourful, animated shopping experience.  You can buy everything from everyday Indian spices and groceries to boutique clothing and jewellery for a special occasion.

Visit Ealing Road to experience the very best of South Asia, without leaving London. Wembley Central (London Overground), Alperton (Piccadilly line) and a number of buses serve the area.

Check out the list of participating business and their special offers!

Download your Ealing Road Shop local voucher

Hindu temple on Ealing Road







Kilburn is the lively, diverse and animated night time destination with an informal, unpretentious atmosphere.

 Kilburn is home to The Kiln, our fantastic and internationally renowned independent theatre and cinema, always producing entertaining works guaranteed to provoke debate and emotionally engage you.

 And whether you’re looking for a pre-theatre bite or want to make a whole evening of it, Kilburn has plenty to offer you. There’s an eclectic mix of over 50 great restaurants, pubs, bars and live music venues serving quality food and drink to suit all tastes and budgets. Come and find out why we’re home to award-winning chicken wings, kebabs, south Indian food and one of England’s best pizzerias!

Located in travel zone two, Kilburn is extremely well connected with two Underground and two Overground stations including 24-hour Jubilee line night tube services all weekend. We’re also served by 11 bus routes including the 16, 98 and 189 all direct from central London.

Check out the list of participating business and their special offers!

Download your Kilburn Shop local voucher

People on the street standing outside Kilburn Market





Great independent Afro-Caribbean, Brazilian and Portuguese shops, restaurants, cafés and salons.  It is one of the most diverse centres in London and this is reflected through the area’s food, fashion and vibe.

 A great place to go for hair and beauty treatments, clothes and speciality groceries — and to eat and drink with friends.

 Harlesden is London’s unofficial reggae capital, with a strong music heritage, independent record stores and its own community radio station. Record shops such as Hawkeye and Starlight give a glimpse into the rich and pioneering legacy of UK reggae in Harlesden.

 Harlesden is a lively, creative and vibrant town centre with a strong community spirit at its heart.

 The Town Centre is well connected and you can arrive in Harlesden on the Bakerloo line or the overground via Willesden Junction station. The town centre is also well served by the 5 bus routes including the 18, 187, 206, 220, 226  


Download your Harlesden Shop local voucher

Sweet Jamrock Caribbean restaurant on Harlesden High Road





Neasden is a traditional 1930s shopping parade located at the heart of Brent and close to the Welsh Harp.

 In Neasden you’ll find a wide variety of independent grocery shops ranging from Turkish to Asian and Polish. Get your delicious Greek olives, your fresh mangos and your wholesome sourdough bread here.

Neasden is also home to a fantastic Romanian butcher that uses 100% British meat for their sausages and cured meats prepared and smoked in the shop’s own smoke room.

And the parade is a great place for down to earth cafes and restaurants serving Eastern European, Middle Eastern and traditional English dishes.

Several excellent hair and beauty salons offer everything you need to get perfectly groomed and a number of independent furniture, hardware and DIY stores are on hand to provide you with the means to improve your local pad.

Travel to Neasden Station on the Jubilee Line or use one of the seven bus routes: 182, 232, 245, 297, 302, 332 and N98.

Download your Neasden Shop local voucher

Shops in Neasden Town Centre





Willesden Green is an attractive, well connected town centre with a wealth of great shops and restaurants. The town centre is lively and thriving with a wide selection of independents, including boutique cafés, Portuguese delis, craft beer bars as well as its Italian, Japanese, Mexican and Turkish restaurants.

Check out the list of participating business and their special offers!

Download your Willesden Shop local voucher

Willesden Green Library and the High Road in Willesden