A report on Alperton

Shree Sanatan Hindu Mandir on Ealing Road
Ealing Road, the main commercial road of Alperton
Shops on Ealing Road, Alperton
The Pleasure Boat public house, taking its name from the canal that runs by it

Area of north west London, England, within the London Borough of Brent.

- Alperton
Shree Sanatan Hindu Mandir on Ealing Road

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Moon in 1975

Keith Moon

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English drummer for the rock band the Who.

English drummer for the rock band the Who.

Moon in 1975
Central Middlesex Hospital, Moon's place of birth
Moon backstage in Ludwigshafen, Germany, 1967
Moon singing at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, 21 October 1976; he enjoyed singing whenever possible.
Premier's replica of the "Pictures of Lily" drum kit, which Moon used from 1967 to 1969
Advertisement for "Don't Worry Baby", 1974
Site of the former Holiday Inn in Flint, Michigan, where Moon's 21st birthday party was a notorious event (since this picture was taken, most of the building has been demolished).
Moon at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, 21 October 1976. By this point in his career, it was uncertain whether he could finish a show without incident. Except for two informal shows filmed for The Kids are Alright, this was the drummer's last public performance with the Who.
Moon onstage in Toronto, 21 October 1976
9 Curzon Square in 2012; Moon lived on the fourth floor (top left) in 1978.
Moon's plaque at Golders Green Crematorium
Moon's blue plaque at the site of the former Marquee Club

Moon grew up in Alperton, a suburb of Wembley, in Middlesex, and took up the drums during the early 1960s.

St John the Evangelist church was built in 1846

Wembley

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Large suburb in north-west London, England, 8 miles northwest of Charing Cross.

Large suburb in north-west London, England, 8 miles northwest of Charing Cross.

St John the Evangelist church was built in 1846
Harrow Road, c. 1910, showing Sudbury Park Farm on the left and Crabs House on the right (now buildings of Barham Park)
Wembley Fire Station
British Empire Exhibition postage stamps
Chesterfield House, demolished in 2017
Brent Town Hall was the headquarters of the Borough of Wembley (1940-1965) and Brent (1965-2013)
A house at King Edward VII Park, Wembley
A pie chart showing the ethnic makeup of central Wembley in 2001
The former Sunday Market traded at the stadium car park for 41 years
Wembley IKEA store, Brent Park retail area
The famous Ace Cafe is on the North Circular near Wembley
A short Chiltern Railways train leaves Wembley Stadium station
View of High Road near Park Lane; on the right is the town's former post office, now a public house
High Road, looking west towards the junction with Park Lane
Building built as Marks and Spencer outlet, mainly divided in four vertically
Western section of High Road, looking east
Shops near the High Road/Wembley Hill Road junction
Mannions Free House, Irish pub, on High Road
Wembley Point skyscraper, next to the North Circular Road
York House and London Designer Outlet
Bland's, a small department store on High Road that traded from 1911 to 2017
Wembley Way connects, for pedestrians, Wembley Park Station and Wembley Stadium
Grand Union Canal Towpath, by Sudbury Golf Course
Shree Sanatan Hindu Mandir
Central Mosque, Wembley
King Edward VII Park
Barn Hill public open space

It includes the neighbourhoods of Alperton, North Wembley, Preston, Sudbury, Tokyngton and Wembley Park.

Alperton Hall (c.1921)

Alperton Community School

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Coeducational secondary school and sixth form with academy status.

Coeducational secondary school and sixth form with academy status.

Alperton Hall (c.1921)

It has a specialism in maths, computing and arts and it is located in the Alperton area of the London Borough of Brent, England.

Waddock in 2011

Gary Waddock

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Former professional footballer.

Former professional footballer.

Waddock in 2011

He grew up in Alperton, a suburb of Wembley, and attended Alperton High School.

Den Watts

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Fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by actor Leslie Grantham.

Fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by actor Leslie Grantham.

On Christmas Day 1986, 30.1 million viewers watched as Den served Angie with divorce papers.
Den was shot by a man carrying a gun, hidden in a bunch of daffodils.
Chrissie kneeling over Den's corpse during the 20th anniversary episode. Consolidated figures reveal the episode was seen by over 17 million viewers (nearly 1/3 of the British population).

After being abducted by a group of gangsters who ambushed the taxi taking him to court, Den escaped from his captors and returned to the famous canal (in Alperton) for one last rendezvous with Michelle.