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Alperton Sports Ground

There are five public tennis courts available for hire at the Alperton Sports Ground in Wembley, North West London. 
Other sports facilities on offer at the Alperton Sports Ground include a football pitch and a mini soccer pitch designed for 5 a side games or junior football.  The nearest tube station is Hanger Lane which is approximately 15 mins walk away.

Gibbons Recreation Ground

Gibbons Recreation Ground occupies about four hectares in area. The irregular shape includes access via footpaths to several roads and to other local urban green spaces.

A canal feeder snakes along the southern perimeter and there are three local allotment sites nearby as well as the small, Brentfield Open Space.

Gladstone Park

Gladstone Park evolved from the Dollis Hill Estate and became a public park at the turn of the 20th Century.

Initially the park was to be called Dollis Hill Park, but its associations with Sir William Gladstone were so strong that it was decided to name the park after the former Liberal Prime Minister.

King Edward VII Park

King Edward VII Park was opened to the public on 4 July 1914.

The land which has become the park was purchased by the Council in memory of the late king and to replace the loss of Wembley Park as an open space.

The park was formally laid out for sport and leisure activities and many of the facilities still exist today.

Queens Park

Free Our Parks exercise classes at Queens Park. Classes include Bootcamp, Box Fit, Yoga and many more.

Roe Green Park

Free Our Parks exercise classes at Roe Green Park. Class include Bootcamp, Yoga and many more.

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Roundwood Park

Roundwood Park is a formal Victorian Park that has English Heritage grade two listed status.

This park is a current holder of the Green Flag Award. This award scheme is the benchmark national standard for parks and green spaces in the UK.

Tokyngton Recreation Ground (also known as Monks Park)

Tokyngton Recreation Ground is a large park with a pond and a meadow in the south, with the River Brent running through it.

The area's former name of Monks Park derives from the Neeld family who owned land in the Tokyngton area and lived in Monk's Park at Corsham, near Bath.