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Franki & Salvi

A small clothing and accessories boutique on Pitshanger Lane. Holding a collection of casual and smart pieces, mainly from British and European designers. 

 

64 Pitshanger Lane
Ealing, W5 1QX

 

Other Pitshanger shops

Sisters Cafe Thai Eatery

'Sisters Cafe Thai Eatery offers a unique and chic, serving authentic Thai food, using fresh ingredients to create the best traditional taste of Thai food.'

 

Other Thai Restaurants

Cleveland Park

< Parks and Nature

Cleveland Park is a small rectangular park on a slope with good views north over Pitshanger Park and beyond.

 

Things to do

  • Large open space

 

Other parks

Pitshanger Playcentre

Kid Friendly

We are located in beautiful Pitshanger Park, with a large outside play area as well as an indoor playcentre.

The Playcentre has lots of indoor and outdoor toys including a large sand pit. We have lots of bikes and a slide and 2 swings. Inside we always have a craft activity, play dough, puzzles, a home corner, farm and lots more. We keep the Playcentre spotlessly clean. We run 2 very popular singing sessions on Monday and Friday morning that the children love.

Please come and visit us and make lots of friends in our very welcoming Playcentre. 

Pitshanger Park,
Meadvale Road,
Ealing, W5 1lU

 

Other babies and toddlers

Pitshanger Park

< Parks and Nature

Bordering the River Brent on one side, this large Ealing park has great facilities, including tennis courts, football pitches, a play centre and cafe.

It is also host to the yearly Pitshanger Party in the Park, a key event in the Pitshanger Community Association calendar.

 

Things to do

  • Playground

  • Large open space

  • Tennis courts

  • Football pitch

  • Bowls green

  • Play centre

  • Cafe

  • Allotments

 

Other parks

GrillVille

'Steakhouse Restaurant serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Juicy steaks, delicious burgers, smoked BBQ ribs and unforgettable FullVille breakfast...'

 

The Brentham Club

Image source - www.brenthamclub.co.uk

'The Brentham Club is a unique local venue, established in 1911 to be the community centre for the first garden suburb in The Bentham Estate, West London.

During the past 100 years it has grown to become a popular local destination with an impressive sporting history. Wimbledon winner Fred Perry, English footballer Peter Crouch and England cricket captain Mike Brearley started their careers here.

The 12 acres of conservation land beside the River Brent in Ealing, surrounded with woodland, hosts sport facilities including Lawn Tennis Courts, Cricket, Football and Bowls greens.'

 

38A Meadvale Rd,
Ealing,
W5 1NP

 
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