Queen’s Park Day is a success
- Credit: John M Fulton
Hundreds of people attended Queen’s Park Day on Sunday.
The annual event, which is organised by Queen’s Park Residents’ Association, included a funfair, food stall, dog shows and two stages that host a range of entertainment for all the family.
The Kilburn Cosmos, the only rugby club in Brent, held their weekly training session in Queen’s Park which was eagerly watched by visitors while Willesden Scouts and Brownies ran a stall with lots of home baked cakes.
Friends of Kensal Rise Library had a stall selling bric-a-brac, books and Christmas cards.
The Brent & Kilburn Times were one of the official sponsors of the event and a stall giving away copies of last week’s paper was hugely popular.
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Andrew Geehan from Willesden attended the event with his three children.
He said: “it was a really good day out with something for all the kids and plenty to see and do a great community event.”
For more information about Queen’s Park Residents’ Association visit qpark.org.uk.
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