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Hoover Building
This spectacular Grade 1 listed Art Deco building is situated on the A40 and is Perivale's most well known landmark - now owned by Tescos and extended as a superstore at the rear in Art Deco style. more.....

Hoover Building
Horsenden Hill
An unexpected swathe of countryside in West London suburbia complete with fields, hedges and woodlands. On a clear day, the top of Horsenden Hill provides a stunning   panorama of the surrounding areas. more....
Horsenden Hill
Grand Union Canal
The canal acts as a wildlife corridor through Perivale linking open spaces such as Perivale Wood and Horsenden Hill. There are canal trips from Horsenden Hill Moorings. more....
Grand Union Canal
Starvin Marvin's
This is the American diner just off the A40. This authentic all American chrome and neon 50's style diner was shipped all the way from Atlanta Georgia USA to its present location in Perivale. more....
Starvin' Marvin's diner
St. Mary the Virgin Church
Just south of the A40 tucked away off a path leading from Perivale Lane is the Grade I listed 12th century Church of St. Mary the Virgin one of the smallest and oldest churches in Middlesex . more....
Church of St. Mary the Virgin
River Brent
Join the cycle/foot path close to St. Mary the Virgin Church.
Walkers can enjoy the riverside with mallards, moorhens, kingfishers and grey wagtails. . more....
   
   
SERVICES & PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Lloyds TSB Bank
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NatWest Bank
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Perivale Library
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Hanwell Town FC
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Perivale Allotments
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Perivale Park Athletics Track
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Perivale Park Golf Course
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Horsenden Hill Golf Course
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Perivale Churches
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