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Nomadic Gardens

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Londonewcastle and Brent council have teamed up to bring Queen’s Park the Nomadic Gardens. Located where the old Keniston Press Building once stood, the garden is open to the South Kilburn community to get involved and take under their wing. Although the space is important for biodiversity, it is also an important space for the social and cultural diversity of the community. The Garden has a bee house, butterfly house and there are grow boxes for residents to get involved and grow their own fruit and veg. Queen’s Park’s Nomadic Garden offers a ‘third space’ alongside work and home, for the local community to enjoy.

The Nomadic Garden will be running for the duration of the pre-construction stage of the Queen’s Park/Cullen House redevelopment project and is open from Tuesday-Sunday, 9am-7pm.



Poetry at Queens Park

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Queens Park Bookstore is the only independent bookstore, within the area, which offers a personalised service as well as tracking down second-hand and out-of-print titles. First opened in 2004, the bookstore holds a range of poetry, travel guides, books on music, gardening, cookery, art and photography literature. Even though you see people everywhere reading from their Tablets, Phones and Kindles. There’s nothing like visiting a small independent bookstore where you can have a coffee and read your favourites. And if you love poetry, Queens Park Bookstore is holding an event where Grey Hen Press will be launching their latest poetry anthology; Extraordinary Forms: Some Wonders of the Natural World. 10th November at 7pm.

Queen’s Park Open Gardens 2016

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Summer is fast approaching in Queens Park. As the irksome dreariness of the winter months wears off, the frost thaws and as the days become longer we look ahead to what is on, in and around Queens Park this coming summer season.

Queens Park Open Gardens takes place a couple of days prior to the summer equinox, on June 19th. A celebration of all things horticultural, the event, organised by Queens Park Area Residents Association offers guests the multisensory opportunity to peruse an array of inspiring gardens and local artwork. Tickets cost £5 and can be purchased from Queens Park Flowers on Salusbury Road. Included within the price is a delicious slice of cake of your choosing.

Lexi Cinema, Kensal Rise

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“We like to think we’re improving the quality of life for everyone in our little corner of northwest London and at the same time making a difference to the quality of life for a very different community on the other side of the world.” – Lexi Cinema

The Lexi Cinema is the UK’s first cinema where all staff are volunteers and 100% of their profit is donated to charity. With all of the latest blockbusters available to watch as well as Theatre and Opera events, the Lexi Cinema has something for everyone.

For more information on Lexi events and film screenings, click here.


Queen’s Park Farmers Market

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Queens Park Farmer’s Market has become a favourite weekend outing amongst locals and recently celebrated it’s 10th anniversary in September.

Held every Sunday between 10am-2pm at Salusbury Road Primary School, the market offers a wide range of produce available to buy such as poultry, free range meat and eggs, bakery goods and home grown fruit and vegetables.

It’s a great place to visit with children and is a fun day out for all.


For more information and for future market events please click here.

QPDD – Round 2

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“Design and creativity are embedded within our city’s DNA and critical to the future prosperity. The London Design Festival provides a snapshot of where we are now, but more importantly, it offers an insight into where we are going”

Boris Johnson Mayor of London

Creativity, or creative design is integral to the future of London.

That’s why the Queens Park Design District is preparing for two launches for the London Design Festival 2015



Create a unique canopy over the road providing protection from the weather and giving local creatives a huge canvas on which to express their creativity



Create a fox trail with 30 individually created expressions


To be part of the design festival…

24th September, Late Night Open Studios and Drinks, 5pm – 9pm

27th September, Daytime event and Open Studios, 11am-6pm

For more information, please visit…

Queen’s Park Summer Festival

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If you’re on the lookout for places to chill, don’t miss out on the Queen’s Park Summer Festival! The event will host diverse and professional talent on the main stage, this will include sports, games from Westminster Sports Unit (including Queens Park Rangers football club), global food, local stalls and entertainment mapped throughout the park including a chill out area with information and activities on healthy living.

The festival usually hosts over 2000 people which has been growing annually. Queen’s Park Community Council has helped bring together a range of resident volunteers to deliver the event, helping to bring the community together. It’s catered to all age ranges from younger children entertainment play areas and towards older residents where a tea party, line dancing and live salsa entertainment will be on show.

Other notable events at Queens Park include the Queens Park Book Festival and Queens Park Open Garden.

Hopefully the weather will hold up for Saturday!

Work in Progress

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Construction activities have progressed significantly on-site at Queen’s Park Place over the last few months.  The structural concrete frame has now been completed and our builder, Bouygues, is currently placing brickwork and installing windows to help seal the buildings from the weather. Once this has been completed, the installation of internal services and walls will commence over the next several weeks.

A show flat will be available to view on-site by prior appointment from Autumn this year.

Queens Park Place to sponsor Fork to Fork Festival

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ARK Franklin are to host the Fork to Fork Food Festival at their academy in Kensal Rise, West London.

The project aims to create an environment for pupils and the local community, as well as other schools across the UK by becoming a flagship for teaching. It will be a place where both pupils and locals can develop confidence, be creative and solve problems. This should also encourage teamwork and responsibility whilst improving classroom focus and concentration levels.

There will be raised beds for the children to grow their own produce, a conservation area and a solar powered oven along with wildflowers and butterflies, an amphitheatre, weather station and compass clock.

The festival will be raising money for an open-air classroom and will bring together chefs, restaurateurs and producers and will feature food and produce stalls, craft beer, a secret picnic garden, live music and children’s activities.

The Franklin Fork to Fork Committee rely on sponsorships to make the classroom a reality, so for more information and to get involved please visit

Tech at Queen’s Park Place

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We previously wrote about Hyperoptic’s super-fast broadband that will be available to all residents at Queen’s Park Place. By the looks of it we’re in good company…

Also amongst Hyperoptic’s client base is One Hyde Park, and if it’s fit for One Hyde Park it’s fit for Queen’s Park Place. With speeds up to 1GB per second and the ability to download a full high definition film in just 43 seconds, the growing popularity of Hyperoptic in high-end London development comes as no surprise.