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07/07/17

Relax in Wembley

Living in Wembley is great. It takes 12 minutes to Central London on the Metropolitan or Jubilee line. There are gigs, matches, pop up shops and markets. The LDO is a shoppers delight, with restaurants and bars to suit an array of tastes. However with the hustle and bustle of the new week starting tomorrow, why not pop out, submerge yourself with the nature that is on your door step and relax. Here are some of Wembley’s must do chilled-out spaces

 

 

Park Life

There are a variety of parks all across the area both modern and historic. Many of the Victorian parks are intriguingly beautiful. The two largest parks in Wembley are:

 

King Edward VII Park

In 1913, the former farmland was laid out as a park in memory of the late King and as compensation for the loss of Wembley Park as public open space. There is a play area, outdoor gym and tennis courts. It is full of beautiful trees and perfect for a picnic.

 

Barham Park

In 1937 the park was left to the citizens of Wembley after the death of the owner Titus Barham. A great place to walk, jog or relax amongst the Victorian splendour of the formal gardens.

 

At one with nature

We all need to just take a break from the world from time to time. Fortunately, in Wembley, this is easy to do

 

Brent Reservoir-The Welsh Harp

Just a 15-minute walk from Wembley Park tube. The reservoir’s nickname comes from a pub that was near by until the 70’s. It is home to Wembley Sailing Club, who do taster sessions if you are feeling nautical. It is full of trees, flora and fauna and a variety of cheeky water birds that enjoy being fed.

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