We are Making Church End

A Place to Invest Cleaner Greener Safer

Experience the inspiring transformation of Church Road in our exclusive documentary. Take a journey with our local youth as they capture stories of resilience and triumph from our vibrant business community. Produced in collaboration with Brent Council, United Borders and 50 Frames Ltd, this film captures the power of community and the vision for a better Church Road. Join us in the heart of Church Road.

Church end

A Unique Blend of Heritage and Harmony

Church End is home to a multicultural community with a strong spirit rooted in its Somali, Afghanistan, Afro-Caribbean and Eastern-European heritage. It boasts a Victorian high street with a mix of independent food, drink and convenience stores. The local centre is surrounded by light industrial estates but TV and film studio spaces.


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Afghan Islamic Cultural Centre

210-214 Church Road NW10

TBN London Studios

226 Church Road NW10

London Dental Smiles

229-231 Church Road NW10 9EP

Tibidia Mall

213 Church Road NW10 9NP

Dunya AFG Bakery

187 Church Road NW10 9EE

Tops Pizza

140 Church Road NW10 9NH

Ghana Market

138 Church Road NW10 9HN

Adam Barber

219 Church Road London NW10 9NP

This documentary was commissioned by Brent Council in collaboration with the award-winning charity, United Borders, and produced by 50Frames Ltd. It takes us on an inspiring journey through the regeneration of the Church Road area through the eyes of local businesses. All the interviews were conducted by young people (ages 14-16) who are local to Church Road.   As we delve into the heart of Church Road, we encounter an array of vibrant businesses, each with its own tale to share. The young interviewers, armed with well-crafted questions, expertly navigate conversations with local entrepreneurs, unearthing the essence of their struggles, aspirations, and triumphs in the face of revitalization.  In the end, this film not only documents the physical transformation of Church Road but also showcases the potential of collaborative efforts and the positive impact of engaging young minds in shaping their communities. As the credits roll, viewers are left with a renewed sense of hope and a reminder that the path to a brighter future lies in empowering and investing in the potential of our youth.