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Gladstone Park

Family homes and impressive views from Gladstone Park

"Footpaths, trails and woodland surround peaceful Brent Reservoir."

Nick Mayhead

"I can't think of a place with better transport links - you can be at Bond Street in only 13 minutes!"

Danielle Toland

"Grade II listed The Crown, Cricklewood is a reminder of Kilburn's history."

Victoria Wellburn

What is your favourite place?

Where do Gladstone Park locals go?

Karmarama Café

Situated in Gladstone Park, this café serves amazing breakfasts, great coffee and baked treats straight from the oven, including mouth-watering cakes. It's open from Friday to Sunday.

Gladstone Park

My favourite park to jog around, as the hills can be very challenging!

Willesden Salvage

Everything from fireplaces to vintage travel trunks, amazing antiques to helping you tell the time...


The best butchers in North West London. All the meat is free range and they sell the best steak you'll ever taste!


Great food and atmosphere. I love this cute little Italian restaurant.


Amazing gourmet burgers from tame lemon and herb to those that like the heat on full blast! All meals are super reasonable in price, with fries and a drink included.

Sparkle O'Hara

A fabulous vintage and new clothes store run by a lovely lady, selling beautiful jewellery too. Everything is sold at an amazing price!

The Queensbury

Situated right by Willesden Green Underground Station, a handily located local for a casual drink or a good meal. A great place to watch sports events, although it does fill up easily. It also hosts weekly jazz sessions.

The Queensbury

This quirky restaurant serves American-style food. On Tuesdays, you can get a burger and a beer for £12 and every other Sunday they have a live jazz night.

Mapesbury Dell

A hidden gem located in between the houses of the Mapesbury Estate, which was formed by the local community. It's a great place to take the kids or just enjoy the tranquillity. Even some of the locals don't know about it!

Oxbridge Tuition

A constant source of highly intelligent Oxford and Cambridge graduates willing to tutor for far less than the going rate.

The Lexi Cinema

A great Indie cinema run by volunteers showing mainstream films and live opera. All their proceeds go to charity too.

Hendon Park Café

Fantastic smoothies, milkshakes and sushi. It's Kosher too!

Small & Beautiful

Cheap and cheerful. Delicious continental menu that barely dents the wallet. Great mussels and pizza. Bonus points for also doing takeaway!

Carmelli Bakeries

A kosher bakery selling a range of products, including traditional bagels and cakes.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Willesden, Willesden Green, Cricklewood, Harlesden, Kilburn, Brondesbury, Child's Hill, Hendon, Golders Green and Queen's Park

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"Between 1943 and 1944 The Colossus Computer was built in the Dollis Hill Post Office Research Station. It was famously used to crack the codes of the German built Enigma machine in World War II."

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Child-friendly activities near Gladstone Park

St Mary & St Andrew's Catholic Church Toddler Club

St Mary & Andrews Catholic Church
The emphasis is on informality, with a good selection of toys and equipment for the children, and refreshments for everybody. An average of 12 - 20 people turn up each week. Despite the name, the group is not limited to mothers and indeed over the years has welcomed dads, aunties, grandparents, childminders and big sisters, to name a few. New faces are always welcome - just turn up. Website

Baby Sensory Saturday classes at Busy Rascals at The Queensbury

The Queensbury Pub
Baby Sensory's award winning classes provide hundreds of activities that are fun for babies from birth to 13 months. Our baby classes include baby activities ranging from signing to fibre optic light shows, amazing light balls, bubbles, scarves and bells Classes are every second Saturday of the month Website

NCT Bumps and Babies NW2

Busy Rascals
Relaxed and popular local meet-up, for pregnant women (great for mat leave) and parents with babies. The group is run by volunteers from North West London NCT, all are welcome (members/non-member alike). Website

Busy Rascals at The Queensbury

The Queensbury Pub
Busy Rascals provide a baby and child friendly environment where parents in NW2, NW10 and in local areas can meet, socialise and participate in various activities with their little ones. Monday to Friday and one Saturday per month between 9.30am-11.30am Website

NCT Bumps and Babies NW2

Busy Rascals
Relaxed and popular local meet-up, for pregnant women (great for mat leave) and parents with babies. The group is run by volunteers from North West London NCT, all are welcome (members/non-member alike). Website

Daniel's Den Toddler and Parent Group-Dollis Hill

Gladstone Park Primary School,
In each session, activities are set up for children to play, do crafts, singing and other fun activities. Parents are able to share parenting skills with one another and build friendships. There is a genuine family feeling to the groups where everyone is welcome whatever your background, race or postcode! Website

Chelsea FC Foundation Soccer School - Regents Park

Chelsea's Soccer Schools are a fantastic introduction to the game, our club and our unique coaching philosophies for boys and girls of all abilities aged between four and 13 years old. Website
  1. About Gladstone Park

    Gladstone Park is situated in the Dollis Hill area of north-west London. It is about 35 hectares (86 acres) in area. Dollis Hill House is an early Nineteenth-Century farmhouse, located within the northern boundary of the park. Gladstone Park provides a diverse environment, comprising of a formal garden, duck pond, varied terrain, woodland, hedgerows and open ground, all of which constantly change with the seasons. On clear days it offers fantastic views from the top of the hill (65 metres above sea level) of London and the surrounding area, including a fine view of Wembley Stadium.

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