Greenford

Greenford is a small town centre with a strong community feel and a diverse population. 

The Good for Greenford multi-million pound regeneration project has transformed the town centre making it a better place to live, work and shop.  Full details are available on the Greenford regeneration page.

Local attractions in Greenford

Ravenor Park
A large managed park with a large areas of open green space, it also features a playground and a wooded conservation area.

Find out about other parks and open spaces in Greenford.

Horsenden Hill
The summit of the hill is the highest point in the borough and on a clear day has stunning views.

Greenford Community Centre
A number of adult and children's leisure activities take place here as well as a parent and toddler group, luncheon club, pottery for the partially sighted, Mahila Sabha Asian Women’s Club and much more.

Greenford Library
Next door to Ravenor Park and easily accessible from Greenford Broadway shopping area.

Wood End Library
The library has a large print collection, a jigsaw swapping service, talking books and a quick reference section.

London Motorcycle Museum
This is London's only motorcycle museum, housing over 60 exhibits. For more information go to the London Motorcycle Museum website

Greenford Sports Centre
Classes and a gym available.

History of Greenford
Find out more about the town that was first recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086.