(Updated 20 December 2020) The safety and wellbeing of Wembley Park’s visitors, residents and workers is our number one priority. As well as following government advice and suggestions, measures have been put in place to guarantee the highest standards of hygiene and cleanliness across the neighbourhood. Wembley Park’s security service remains fully operable, and staff are still patrolling on foot and in vehicles 24/7, under the direction of our central Control Room.
As London moves into Tier 4 restrictions from midnight Saturday 19th December, many of Wembley Park’s restaurants, shops, cafes have closed or changed their opening hours, cancelled or postponed planned events. Please make sure you check the venue’s website or social media channels prior to your visit, for the latest information.
We encourage the Wembley Park community to continue to support one another and keep safe by following current government guidance.
WEMBLEY PARK CAR PARKS
Some of Wembley Park's parking areas are temporarily closed.
- Red Parking – Open
- Yellow Parking – Open
- Gold Parking – Closed
- Pink Parking – Closed
If you are planning a visit, please follow directions on our electronic parking signs to Red Parking for cars or Yellow Parking for larger vehicles.
WEMBLEY PARK MARKET
Wembley Park Market will be staying open as with previous lockdown, to provide a service for the local community from its new home in Market Square. You will be able to find store cupboard essentials, speciality foods, sweet treats and healthy frozen meals. Find more details on their opening hours and what is available at Wembley Park Market here.
BOXPARK Wembley will remain open for takeaway and delivery only. You can still get your favourite street food from participating traders via local pickup or have it delivered to your home from Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats. More information is available here
INDEPENDENT SHOPS AT MARKET SQUARE AND WEAVER WALK
Independent cycle shop and repairs workshop Twenty3C will remain open with the following Christmas hours during Tier 4: Tue 22nd and Wed 23rd, Tue 29th, Sat 30th 11-6pm. On Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve the store will open from 11am to 4pm. From Christmas Day until Monday 28th and on New Year's Day: closed. Sat 2nd January 2021: 10-6pm. Gender-neutral hairdressers Chop Chop will now remain closed until further guidance is given. Italian restaurant Pasta Remoli is open for local pick-up, click and collect or home delivery via Deliveroo. Bread Ahead bakery and cafe will also stay open for local pick up.
LONDON DESIGNER OUTLET
Following government guidelines London Designer Outlet is now closed until further guidance is given. Some restaurants may remain open for takeaway, please check back for updates here.
THE SSE ARENA, WEMBLEY
Following the most current advice from the UK Government in relation to non-essential social contact and travel, The SSE Arena, Wembley is temporarily closed. The SSE Arena is currently liaising with promoters and event organisers to reschedule its events calendar. Please check their website for a list of the confirmed status of events, and further postponements or cancellation updates will be added in due course. Ticket holders and guests of any events that are postponed or cancelled will be contacted directly. Find The SSE Arena, Wembley’s latest event updates here.
TROUBADOUR WEMBLEY PARK THEATRE
Performances of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, originally scheduled to run at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre this Christmas, have been postponed to 2021. The theatre hope to announce new dates for this production in the coming months. If you have tickets for this production, please click here for more information.
The Yellow is temporarily closed to the public for the benefit of public health and social distancing. The decision has been made with the best interests of attendees, class teachers, community champions and visitors in mind. The Yellow will make a decision on any further period of closure based on future guidance. Find The Yellow’s latest updates here.