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VIDEO WALK with the Mayor of Brent Cllr Ernest Ezeajughi

to be given in April 2021 under the 'rule of six' regulations and professionally videoed.

Enjoy a peaceful stroll along the Grand Union canal from the Grand Junction Arms to the Beresford Avenue Bridge.

A charity guided walk by Camden Tour Guides in aid of the Mayor of Brent's charities, the Sickle Cell Society & the Jason Roberts Foundation.

Access the video to share stories of people, buildings and events as well as enjoying the springtime tranquility of the canal towpath through the backwaters of Harlesden, Stonebridge and the North Circular Road.

some highlights
  • Jubilee Clock history by Harry Brown of WLHS
  • Landmarks of Acton Lane, Court, Schools, Churches
  • Harlesden Station - the first mainline railway out of London
  • Early electric power in Willesden
  • the Largest biscuit factory in Europe
  • the Grand Union canal from Paddington to Limehouse opened in 1820
  • Willesden manufacturing & World War 2
  • the River Brent
  • New St George's Grand Union, development at Stonebridge Park
  • the world famous Ace Cafe, home to classic motorcycling, cars and Juke box music of the 50s & 60s
This will be a private walk given in April 2021 for The Mayor and guests under the 'rule of six' regulations. It will be videoed by Anna Bowman of Cotleigh Studios and the video will be available from late April by Eventbrite booking. A £5 ticket gives you and your household access to the Vimeo film. A £10 ticket gives you in addition
  • a colour poster of the event
  • list of stops and stories
  • Thank you from the Mayor
To book, visit the Eventbrite page
For more details contact us via email or webform