If you’re interested in what’s happening in Cricklewood, Kilburn, Queens Park, Kensal Rise, Brondesbury Park or Mapesbury, take a look here. You’ll find out about local events and news, and all the facilities that you can use to make the most of the area. These include local places of worship, libraries, doctors’ surgeries, schools and sports clubs, and much more.
Visit the bustling Queen's Park Farmers' Market on a Sunday for delicious, fresh produce or for a more tranquil time, pop along to the Mapesbury Dell – a hidden gem located between the houses of the Mapesbury Estate, which was formed by the local community. If you’re a theatre lover, make your way to the Tricycle Theatre on Kilburn High Road, for outstanding original productions. Take time to explore Kilburn; it has a lot to offer.
Read about the history of the area, the people, the buildings and more in our local history of Brent pages.
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- Local residents get hands-on to make Brent's roads safer01/07/2016Road-safe residents donned high-vis jackets and learnt to use hand-held speed cameras as part of a scheme designed to deter drivers from speeding in Brent. On Thursday, a handful of safety-conscio…
- Changes to on-street parking in Brent agreed28/06/2016Changes to the way on-street parking permits in Controlled Parking Zones are managed in Brent have been agreed by Cabinet. In April and May of this year, a major public consultation took place to …
- It’s Time to Talk about hate crime27/06/2016Hate crime is the initial focus of a new series of public meetings which aim to tackle difficult issues in our community. Taking place on 21 July, the hate crime event is part of the Council's wid…
- By-election for Kilburn announced31/03/2016Residents of Kilburn Ward in Brent will elect a new Brent Council representative on Thursday 5 May 2016, following the death of Cllr Tayo Oladapo. The by-election will take place on the same day a…
- Brent Council, South Kilburn Trust and OK Club secure funding for future21/01/2016Brent Council, the South Kilburn Trust (the Trust ) and the Oxford Kilburn Youth Trust (OK Club) have won £1.8 million from the Greater London Authority (GLA) to go towards the creation of a long t…