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Half Term at Brent Cross Town

October 21, 2022

Two young children drawing

It’s half term and there is plenty to do to keep the kids entertained with a new programme of events and activities happening in the area between Saturday 22 October and Sunday 30 October.

Back by popular demand the team at Brent Cross Town is hosting afternoon screenings at the Visitor Pavilion, while arts and crafts activities and board games are available at Claremont Park Cabin.

Here’s a list of free daily events taking place throughout the week:

Art and Craft with The Amazing Art Cart or Jenny McKenzie
Claremont Park Cabin, Claremont Park
Every day 12pm to 4pm

Suitable for all ages, no booking just drop in.

Board Games
Claremont Park Cabin, Claremont Park
Every day 12pm to 4pm

Suitable for all ages, no booking just drop in.

Kid’s Spooky Food Decoration

Spruce and Larch, The Visitor Pavilion, Claremont Road
Monday 24 October and Tuesday 25 October 11am and 3pm

Suitable for ages 1 to 5, please book ahead here

Lunchtime Cinema (in partnership with Phoenix Cinema)
The Visitor Pavilion, Claremont Road
Wednesday 26 October – Encanto
Thursday 27 October – Coco
Friday 28 October – Coraline

Suitable for all ages. Starts at 1pm – just drop in.

Enjoy a bite to eat or award-winning coffee

While the kids work up an appetite don’t forget there is an exciting mix of shops and restaurants for you to enjoy. Why not visit award-winning brews Cricklewood Coffee Roasters which has recently opened on Claremont Way, try mouth-watering woodfired pizza from Happy Face Pizza, a delicious pastry from Karma Bread Bakehouse or a hot panini or ice cream from Gussy’s Ice Cream Parlour.

Read more about this fantastic range of retailers here. 

Explore Claremont Part or Exploratory Park 

Don’t forget Claremont Park is also on our doorstep with its nature inspired play park, a sports zone and the arts and crafts cabin, while Exploratory Park with its climbing pyramid, seesaw, swings, monkey bars, and a long, snaking yellow slide for kids to enjoy.

Getting here

If you’re visiting the area, please remember that we encourage all of our visitors to walk, cycle or use public transport where possible. Limited, new parking has been provided near Claremont Way and Tilling Road and visitors should not park on Brent Terrace, Claremont Road, Clitterhouse Crescent or the surrounding area.

If you have to drive please visit bxt.uk/parking before you visit to find out more.