Willesden Library Parking
Information about Parking in Willesden Library
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The Willesden Library, also known as the Library at Willesden Green, is located on High Road in the Willesden Green area just north of London. It is open 7 days a week and offers the following services:
- Fiction and non-fiction books in many different languages, including Tamil, Gujurati, Polish, Arabic, Urdu, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
- Public computers and iPads
- A photocopier and printer (with colour printing, black and white printing, and scanning available)
- A reading area for children and families
- Over 120 study spaces
- Online resources
- DVDs and audiobooks
- Newspapers and magazines
- Self-service kiosks
The free self-service kiosks will help you get information about council services such as council tax, rubbish collections, and housing benefits. There is a free telephone for you to use if you cannot find the information you need online. You will also be able to apply for benefits, pay your council tax, or order a special waste collection.
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Parking at the Willesden Library
The library doesn’t have its own car park, however, you will find plenty of other Willesden Library parking options in the area nearby.
The Neasden car park is a 20-minute walk from the library. It is open 24 hours a day, and charging hours are from Monday to Saturday from 8am to 6:30pm. On Wembley Stadium event days, charging hours are from 8am to midnight. There are 38 parking bays, and you can pay for parking with cash or using the RingGo app and the reference number 5004. The cost of this car park is £1 for one hour, £3 for two hours, £4.50 for three hours, and £7.50 for all day. On Wembley Stadium event days, parking here will cost £1 for one hour, and £3 for two hours maximum stay.
The Wendover Road car park is about 25 minutes’ walk from the library. It is open 24 hours a day, and charging hours are from Monday to Saturday from 8am to 6:30pm. There are 27 parking bays, including two electric charging points. You can pay for parking here with cash or using the RingGo app and the reference number 5008. The cost of this car park is £1 for one hour, £3 for two hours, £4.50 for three hours, and £7.50 for all day.
If you have a Brent residents parking permit, you can park for free and without a time limit in all council car parks.
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Gladstone Park is about 20 minutes’ walk from the library. It opened in 1901 and has been awarded a Green Flag Award. There is parking for around 40 cars here, and you’ll find a playground, art gallery, café, flower garden, arboretum, duck pond, and an outdoor gym. There is also a cricket pitch, football pitches, netball courts, a rugby pitch, and tennis courts.
Wembley Stadium is the biggest stadium in the UK with 90,000 seats. In Europe, it is second only to Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona. The current Stadium was built on the site of the original stadium after it was demolished in the early 2000s. Wembley Stadium is the home stadium of the England national football team and offers three types of tours: the Wembley Stadium tour, the exclusive VIP tour, and the VIP matchday tour experience.
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By Train: The Cricklewood train station is a 25-minute walk from the Willesden Library and services the Thameslink line.
By Bus: Several bus lines run by the library, including 52, 98, 260, 266, 302, 460, N98 and N266.
By Car: The Willesden Library is located on the High Road in Willesden Green, about 10 minutes’ drive from Wembley and 20 minutes’ drive from central London.
By Underground: The Willesden Green underground station is an 8-minute walk from the library and services the Jubilee line. This will take you past the Regent’s Park, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and Canary Wharf.
Disabled Parking at the Willesden Library
There isn’t any disabled parking at the Willesden Library. However, blue badge holders can park for free without a time limit at all Brent council car parks in the area.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to the Willesden Library, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There is an electric charging station available on St Paul’s Avenue, about 8 minutes’ walk from the library.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Where is the Willesden Library located?
The Willesden Library, also known as the Library at Willesden Green, is located on High Road in the area of Willesden Green. It’s about 10 minutes’ drive from Wembley and 20 minutes’ drive from central London.
What facilities are there at the Willesden Library library?
There are fiction and non-fiction books in a range of languages, as well as online resources and learning courses, DVDs, audio books, and self-service help kiosks with information about council services. There is also CCTV installed for extra security.
How far away is London from Willesden Green?
On the underground, you can be at Regent’s Park in 12 minutes, Buckingham Palace in 18 minutes, the Shard in 25 minutes, Canary Wharf in 30 minutes, and then out to Stratford in 40 minutes.
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