There’s so much to do at your local park…
- Get your heart rate up at one of our outdoor gyms
- Make the most of park playgrounds (up to 16 years of age)
- Visit the birds at Roundwood Park Aviary
- Visit our meadow areas and see how many insects you can spot
- Go birdwatching with the kids or take part in the big butterfly count from July to August
- Enjoy the cafes at Roundwood Park and Gladstone Park
- Get involved with your local park volunteer group
- Enjoy a game of tennis, football, cricket or bowls at one of our bookable facilities
- Walk along the Brent section of the Capital Ring, for great hilltop views and a long, lakeside stretch along the way.
- Channel your inner David Bailey and snap pictures of the wildlife you come across. We’d love to see your photos @brentcouncil on Instagram.
- Hold an event or coaching session. If you’re organising an event or coaching session, you’ll need to apply for permission. These are reviewed on the first Thursday of every month. Prices may apply
- Visit one of our bmx tracks or skate park
- Apply for a Love Where You Live Grant. These £500 grants offer the chance to bring your community together and make a difference in your neighbourhood.
Widen your knowledge of all things related to biodiversity by visiting the organisations listed below:
- The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds - Find out information about birds and take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch each January.
- Butterfly Conservation -Discover information on butterflies and moths and take part in the annual Big Butterfly Count in July and August.
- Plantlife - Discover the wonder of wildflowers and see which ones you can find in Brent during the Great British Wildflower Hunt.
- Grow Wild - Find out how to sow wildflowers and start a wildflower growing project.
- RHS - Investigate the possibilities of brightening up your local community by making a pledge to join the Greening Grey Britain Campaign, or find out more about community gardening.. The possibilities are endless……
Visit this page regularly to take part in surveys and counts of wildlife across Brent.