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Park Royal is a vibrant area in North London with plenty to offer. The area was name was originated in the early 19th Century, when the Royal Agricultural Society opened showgrounds and exhibition site for the society’s annual show. There have also been two grounds for Queen Park Rangers FC between 1907 and 1915, as well as being a location for a Guinness Brewery.

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Sports and Leisure

Within Park Royal in terms of leisure there is the local PureGym. This gym is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week offering free parking, no contract, 220 + equipment, access to 50+ classes and members benefits for £19.99 per month. There is also PureGym located in Wembley and Acton. Along with the gym there is the popular Tenpin Bowling Alley and the equally popular Trampolining Park. Park Royal is close to some very famous sports stadiums which include Wembley Stadium, which plays host to a selection of sports events such as the FA cup and other football matches. Close to Wembley Stadium is Wembley Arena which plays host to some excellent music and comedy performances such as Disney on Ice, Mcfly and other famous faces.

Shopping and Culture

Park Royal has a lot of local and affordable shops, restaurants and café’s within the area. It is home to the Asda Park Royal Superstore which does not only supply food but a range of other supplies such as clothes, crockery and technology. There is an Ikea which is relatively close to Park Royal located in Wembley for those wishing to purchase furniture and other home supplies. Park Royal is also close to Westfield Shopping Centre in Shepard’s Bush and is close to Brent Cross Shopping Centre based in North London. Both are filled with a range of retail stores, restaurant areas and cafés. As Park Royal is close to Hanger Lane Station there is the option of travelling down to Oxford Street to do some shopping there which is accessible via the Central line.

Outdoor Area

This area’s does not just have commercial elements, there is a lot of Green area available. Two iconic pieces of greenery in Park Royal area are Hanger Hill Park and Ealing Common. Hanger Hill Park came as a result of the negotiation between Ealing Borough Council and the land owner whose main purpose was to build houses. The area had a reservoir filled with water. The water eventually got drained and now it is used as a public area.

Ealing Common is a large open space. The Ealing Common area is bounded by Ealing Town Centre, North Ealing and Hanger Hill. It is also bounded by Gunnersbury Avenue to the east and the Uxbridge Road to the north. The preservation is filled with fine avenues of horse chestnut trees, majority of which were planted in the late Victorian times. The northern part of the common has a large oak tree at its centre.

Primary and Secondary Education

1. Kindervine Day Nursery for children 8 months to 5 years of age has received a good rating by Ofsted. Providing day or half day care.

2. West Twyford Primary who have the vision to develop happy, inquisitive and resilient life-long learning who strive for excellence in all they do: learning who are respectful, polite and who take pride in belonging to their school.

3. Vicar’s Green Primary a highly successful state school for boys and girls aged 3-11 rated outstanding by Ofsted reports.


Park Royal has accessibility to two main underground stations which include Park Royal Underground providing access to the Piccadilly Line, and Hanger Lane Underground Station which can allow you to go take the Central Line. Park Royal is also close to Acton and Ealing for the Central Line. There are a range of day and night buses which pass through Park Royal, from other areas of London such as, White City and North Acton.

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