Roe Green Park

A park in , Brent • Roe Green, London NW9 9PG, NW9 9PG

Play, rest and discover

  • Historic features
  • Bat box
  • Wildflower meadow

  • Always open
  • Dogs allowed in all greenspaces
  • Tennis court
  • Multi sports ball court
  • Green gym
  • Playground for younger kids

Local community park with children play area, sports facilities and some unique ecological features including resident pipistrelle bat population. John Logie Baird, the television pioneer, made history when the first international moving picture transmissions, from Berlin in Germany to England, were received here in May 1929. Kingsbury Manor, designed by W. West-Neve and built in 1899 was constructed as a country house for the Duchess of Sutherland and is a grade 2 listed building.

Who you will find in Roe Green Park

Roe Green Village Residents' Association


Barn Hill Conservation Group

Award winning Walled Garden and Conservation Centre


The organisation with legal responsibility for Roe Green Park is Brent Council. Their website for the park is

Roe Green Park is managed and maintained by Brent Council

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Roe Green Village Residents' Association

Formed 1968

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