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Primary children across Brent had the day put aside for some fun literary activities.

Rail users are calling on TfL to clear the “disgusting” carpets of chewing gum from the platforms at one of Brent’s busiest Tube stations.

The UK’s biggest pop-up mall opens in Wembley Park this weekend and the founder’s nerves are jangled.

Brent’s home-grown poet star switched on the Christmas lights in Wembley Park and read her specially written ode.

Wembley Park will be illuminated at the weekend with a free fireworks display and light parade festival.

A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.

The ramp that has led crowds up to Wembley Stadium for 44 years is to be demolished and replaced with steps.

Wembley Park’s regeneration giants are to build Europe’s first multi-million, multi-storey coach parking complex.

More of Wembley Stadium’s iconic arch is set to disappear from view after council chiefs agreed changes to surrounding developments.

A brand new theatre is set to open in Wembley Park this autumn, with a capacity of up to 2,000.

No decision will be made on the future of Wembley Stadium until the autumn, the head of the FA has said.

The controversial decision to hand over £17.8m of public money to a private developer to spruce up Wembley Park was “reviewed” and agreed in under five minutes on Monday afternoon.

A row has broken out over a decision by Brent Council to give away £17.8 million of public money to developers to spruce up Wembley Park.

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