A Fun Summer at Brent Cross Town
July 4, 2023
Brent Cross Town has launched its summer programme and it’s full of fun events and activities, including free sports, games, art workshops and wellbeing activities for the local and wider community.
The summer programme will start on Saturday 22 July and run throughout the holidays until Saturday 3 September; with events and activities happening from Thursday to Sunday each week.
Events have been designed with feedback from residents at our monthly drop-ins and via an online survey. We asked residents about the type of activities they would like to see at Brent Cross Town and will all be delivered by local organisations and groups, creating a real community feel to this year’s summer programme.
44 sessions in total are planned to be as inclusive as possible, with family friendly events and a programme of health and wellbeing activities for adults too.
Take a look at the summer events planned:
Pump Track and Table Tennis
Every day from 7am to 7pm in the Exploratory Park. Collect a set of bats and balls from the Visitor Pavilion or to Cricklewood Coffee Roasters
Every Thursday 12pm to 5pm in the Claremont Park Cabin hosted by local community artist Anna van der Poorten.
Every Thursday 2pm to 4pm at Claremont Park hosted by Brent Bulls.
Every Friday from 12pm to 5pm at Claremont Park with community-based sports group The Little Foxes Club.
Yoga and Pilates sessions (for adults)
Every Saturday from 10am -12pm hosted by BeLifted in the Visitor Pavilion.
Tots Tunes (baby and toddlers)
Saturday 29 July and 5 August 11am and 2pm with the Sound Creative Projects held in the Brent Cross Town Workshop (next to Karma Bread Bakery).
Sports and social games
Three Saturdays in August (12 ,19 and 26) from 12pm to 5pm with F.U.S.E Youth Project at Claremont Park.
Saturday 22 and 29 July, 5 August and 2 September from 12pm to 3pm with Keep Rolling Project at Claremont Park.
Beat the goalie
Every Sunday 1 to 4pm hosted by Brent Cross Football Academy at Claremont Park.
Save the date: Summer in the Park on Saturday 15 July
To kick off the summer events and celebrate the five-year anniversary of the Brent Cross Town Community Fund, Brent Cross Town will also be hosting a community event which will have activities and entertainment for all ages, live music, arts and crafts, face painting, social games and food vendors. More details on this event will be shared soon.
Leader of Barnet Council, Councillor Barry Rawlings said: “Brent Cross Town’s summer programme is back and better than ever. It’s great to see the activities on offer guided by resident feedback and run by local groups and individuals. A real summer of fun is promised!”
Morwenna Hall, Partner at Related Argent, added: “We’ve been engaging with local residents and businesses and working with a number of groups supported by our Community Fund to pull together this fantastic range of activities hosted by local people for the community to enjoy during the summer at Brent Cross Town. We hope that the variety of different opportunities available throughout the summer will be enjoyed by many and will encourage people to find time to be active and creative and have fun.”
If you’re visiting the area, please remember that we encourage all our visitors to walk, cycle or use public transport where possible.
If you have to drive, please visit bxt.uk/parking before you visit to find out more.
All information about Brent Cross Town summer events programme can be found here.
The Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration programme is the biggest redevelopment and growth programme Barnet Council has ever undertaken. It is one of the Mayor of London’s key growth projects, and amongst one of the most ambitious across Europe.
Find out more about the Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration programme here.