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Alperton is a district in the London Borough of Brent in northwest London. It is situated west north-west of Charing Cross. There is a high incidence of Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin living in Alperton. There is also a sizable Sri Lankan Tamil community in Alperton. Because of this Hinduism is the dominant religion in the area. Ealing Road is the main road of Alperton, occupied by many Indian restaurants as well as general goods and Indian clothing stores. Exotic fruits and vegetables can be purchased from traditional outlets, despite not being carried by major supermarkets year-round. One particular event which takes place on Ealing Road is the Divali parade, a festival for people who follow the Hinduism and Sikhism faiths. The area is known to be home to a few gangs with names like "A-Town", "Alperton Tamils" and "Wembley ForniaDons".

Transport

Road
Ealing Road (A4089) and Bridgewater Road (A4005) are major roads that run though Alperton. Alperton Lane (B456) is another useful thoroughfare.
The Grand Union Canal runs through Alperton, and the Grand Union Walk is its old towpath which was originally used by horses drawing the canal barges, and is now a recreational facility that serves Alperton.

Tube
Stations in the area are:

* Alperton tube station (Piccadilly Line) Alperton is a district in the London Borough of Brent in northwest London. It is situated west north-west of Charing Cross. There is a high incidence of Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin living in Alperton. There is also a sizable Sri Lankan Tamil community in Alperton. Because of this Hinduism is the dominant religion in the area. Ealing Road is the main road of Alperton, occupied by many Indian restaurants as well as general goods and Indian clothing stores. Exotic fruits and vegetables can be purchased from traditional outlets, despite not being carried by major supermarkets year-round. One particular event which takes place on Ealing Road is the Divali parade, a festival for people who follow the Hinduism and Sikhism faiths. The area is known to be home to a few gangs with names like "A-Town", "Alperton Tamils" and "Wembley ForniaDons".

Notable people

* Chess endgame study composer and author John Roycroft was born in Alperton
* Gary Waddock, former footballer and now manager of Wycombe Wanderers F.C., grew up in Alperton
* Footballer Joe Wiggins (1909–1982) was born in Alperton Alperton is a district in the London Borough of Brent in northwest London. It is situated west north-west of Charing Cross. There is a high incidence of Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin living in Alperton. There is also a sizable Sri Lankan Tamil community in Alperton. Because of this Hinduism is the dominant religion in the area. Ealing Road is the main road of Alperton, occupied by many Indian restaurants as well as general goods and Indian clothing stores. Exotic fruits and vegetables can be purchased from traditional outlets, despite not being carried by major supermarkets year-round. One particular event which takes place on Ealing Road is the Divali parade, a festival for people who follow the Hinduism and Sikhism faiths. The area is known to be home to a few gangs with names like "A-Town", "Alperton Tamils" and "Wembley ForniaDons".

In popular culture

The towpath of the Grand Union Canal in Alperton has been used for various scenes in the BBC TV soap EastEnders. It was first used in an episode which aired on 3 October 1985, when the character Den Watts (played by Leslie Grantham) meets with Michelle Fowler (played by Susan Tully) and it is revealed Den is the father of Michelle's baby. It was used again on numerous occasions, most famously on 23 February 1989, when Den Watts was shot before falling into the canal and supposedly dying. Den returned to the canal with daughter Sharon Watts on 3 October 2003, when he returned to Albert Square alive. Alperton is a district in the London Borough of Brent in northwest London. It is situated west north-west of Charing Cross. There is a high incidence of Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin living in Alperton. There is also a sizable Sri Lankan Tamil community in Alperton. Because of this Hinduism is the dominant religion in the area. Ealing Road is the main road of Alperton, occupied by many Indian restaurants as well as general goods and Indian clothing stores. Exotic fruits and vegetables can be purchased from traditional outlets, despite not being carried by major supermarkets year-round. One particular event which takes place on Ealing Road is the Divali parade, a festival for people who follow the Hinduism and Sikhism faiths. The area is known to be home to a few gangs with names like "A-Town", "Alperton Tamils" and "Wembley ForniaDons".

Locale
Neighbouring areas
{{Geographic Location
|title = Neighbouring areas of Alperton
|Northwest = Sudbury, London
|North = Wembley
|Northeast = Tokyngton
|West = Perivale
|Centre = Alperton
|East = Stonebridge, London
|Southwest = Perivale
|South = Ealing
|Southeast = Park Royal
}} Alperton is a district in the London Borough of Brent in northwest London. It is situated west north-west of Charing Cross. There is a high incidence of Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin living in Alperton. There is also a sizable Sri Lankan Tamil community in Alperton. Because of this Hinduism is the dominant religion in the area. Ealing Road is the main road of Alperton, occupied by many Indian restaurants as well as general goods and Indian clothing stores. Exotic fruits and vegetables can be purchased from traditional outlets, despite not being carried by major supermarkets year-round. One particular event which takes place on Ealing Road is the Divali parade, a festival for people who follow the Hinduism and Sikhism faiths. The area is known to be home to a few gangs with names like "A-Town", "Alperton Tamils" and "Wembley ForniaDons".

External links

 [History of Alperton at Brent Heritage] Alperton is a district in the London Borough of Brent in northwest London. It is situated west north-west of Charing Cross. There is a high incidence of Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin living in Alperton. There is also a sizable Sri Lankan Tamil community in Alperton. Because of this Hinduism is the dominant religion in the area. Ealing Road is the main road of Alperton, occupied by many Indian restaurants as well as general goods and Indian clothing stores. Exotic fruits and vegetables can be purchased from traditional outlets, despite not being carried by major supermarkets year-round. One particular event which takes place on Ealing Road is the Divali parade, a festival for people who follow the Hinduism and Sikhism faiths. The area is known to be home to a few gangs with names like "A-Town", "Alperton Tamils" and "Wembley ForniaDons".

References
Category: Areas of London
Category: Districts of Brent