Out of hours emergencies
Brent Parks Standby Team: 0208 937 1234
Wardens Service: 07795 561 140
07884 187 401
Mapesbury Dell Trust
This is the voluntary local community trust which runs the Dell in partnership with Brent Parks Department.
The Trust works hard to improve and look after the Dell, as well as organising events and activities. It will always try to deal with your queries about the Dell, your ideas for its improvement and
NB This is the home telephone of one of your trustees (Matilda Velevitch) and so it may not always be manned.
Brent Parks Services
On behalf of Brent Council, the legal owners of the Dell, Brent Parks Service deals with safety and general maintenance.
Telephone: 020 8937 5619
Principal Contact (day-to-day manager of the Dell): Andy Atkins – email@example.com
EVENTS: Please note that
while we want everyone to enjoy our lovely park, it is not permitted to hold an ‘event’ (gathering/party/picnic/etc.) of more than a few people, or where structures such as
tables, chairs, gazebos, balloons are used or music/entertainment is involved. If you want to hold an ‘event’ in the Dell, you must get permission from Brent Council firstname.lastname@example.org and obtain the
correct licenses that comply with health and safety laws. Please respect that the Dell is only a small pocket park, and gatherings of any sort can make regular park users feel excluded. You may wish
to consider bigger parks in the area (Kilburn Grange Park, Queens Park, Gladstone Park, Roundwood Park) as a more suitable alternative.
ALCOHOL: Mapesbury Dell is a
family park, whose visitors are mainly children and their carers, so we kindly request that you do not consume alcohol, unless it is a public event organised
by the Mapesbury Dell Trust, when the correct permissions have been obtained from Brent Council.
FOOTBALL: as the Dell is a
small park, it is not always appropriate to kick a ball around. It can be dangerous for young children and it ruins the beautiful gardens and lawns, which our volunteers work so hard to look after.
Please can parents encourage their children to respect the park and other park users and refrain from playing football at busy times, or when asked to. We trust our park users to use their
DOGS: We love dogs, but they must be kept on a
lead at all times and their poop disposed of.