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Brent are supplying a community skip this Saturday, September 26th for the residents of Queen’s Park Ward to dispose of bulky waste. It will be situated at the junction of Kingswood Avenue and Harvist Road from 10am to 12 noon

You can dispose of up to 5 items free, but you must bring some identification to prove you live in the area (your driving licence or council tax bill.) There will also be a caged lorry to take furniture or electricals away that have life left in them /are working. These will then be able […]

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Have your say on new traffic measures around the Queen’s Park area

QPARA has written to members asking for their views and feedback on Experimental Traffic Order TO/30/019 NP Queen’s Park Area.  We were dismayed to learn at September’s monthly meeting last Thursday that Brent planned to block certain streets in our area without prior consultation in pursuit of a TfL Healthy Streets initiative. QPARA supports initiatives […]

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Queen’s Park gets its first school street

From 14 September Kempe Road (from Peploe to Chamberlayne) will be designated a “School Street”. It will be one of 30 such Streets in Brent, brought in as a response to the opportunities for improving air quality and road safety as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic. TfL are behind the plan. The aim is […]

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How to report crime and get help – flyer from Brent Safer Neighbourhood Board

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Meet your local Queen’ Park and Brondesbury Met Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams at Queen’s Park Cafe on Wednesday 29th July between 12-1pm

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Closure of St Andrew’s United Reform Church and London Inter Faith Centre

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Keslake Pocket Park: Proposed improvements to the Chamberlayne Road end of Keslake Road

In July 2019 Brent Council led a consultation on the Kensal Corridor Improvements Scheme focussed on Chamberlayne Road. Following this process there has been much discussion on redesign of Keslake Pocket Park in response to some local crime and anti-social behaviour issues and as such alternative designs have been explored in a joint working group of Keslake residents, QPARA, senior council officers and […]

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QPARA Zooms ahead

Queen’s Park Councillors, Ellie Southwood and Neil Nerva, the Vicar of St Anne’s, Mother Christine Cargill, and Queen’s Park Manager, Richard Gentry, joined QPARA members on 11th June for our first monthly meeting since lockdown and first Zoom meeting. Discussions were particularly wide ranging and informative with updates on such diverse subjects as: the impact of […]

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Queen’s Park staff have installed QPARA funded swings in the children’s sandpit area

Although the sandpit is closed, the City of London Corporation hope that this play area can safely be reopened safely soon, subject to government guidance.

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Queen’s Park Open Gardens and Studios 2020 is happening on Instagram!

Our Virtual Open Gardens and Studios event is happening on Instagram on Sunday 14 June.  Use #qpopengardensandstudios2020 to look at photos and video posted by our gardeners and artists.

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