Perivale is a residential suburb of West London with an Industrial estate comprising of numerous buildings built in the 1930s and the spectacular Art Deco Hoover Building (now Tescos) a prominent landmark on the Western Avenue. The Grand Union Canal flows through Perivale with parks and open spaces alongside to be enjoyed by nature enthusiasts and walkers.
Local attractions in Perivale
Church of St. Mary the Virgin is one of the smallest and oldest churches in Middlesex dating from the 12th Century.
The summit of the hill is the highest point in the borough and on a clear day has stunning views. There is nature conservation interest such as ancient woodland and hedgerows, water bodies, and wildflower meadows.
Perivale Park and Meadows/ Ruislip Road East Conservation Area
Part of Brent River Park this site is devoted to sport with football and cricket pitches, Perivale Park Athletics Track and Gym, Ealing and Southall Athletics Club and Perivale Golf Course. Walkers can enjoy the river by taking the Ruislip Road riverside walk.
The library keeps a collection of information covering local areas of interest such as the Selbourne Society Nature Reserve and holds the keys to admit members.
Perivale Park Golf Club
A nine hole course situated amongst the meadows of Brent River Park.
Perivale Athletics Track
Facilities include 400 metre athletics track (floodlit), pavilion with changing facilities, gym, netball court.
History of Perivale
The art deco Hoover factory building has been preserved and is now the home of Tesco supermarket.