In the Northwest of London and England, you will find a vibrant area named as Wembley. Together with Municipal Borough of Willesden, Wembley formed a part of Greater London back in 1965. Geographically it consists of six wards: Preston, North Wembley, Wembley Park, Sudbury, Tokyngton, partly Northwick Park and Alperton.
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People can enjoy different modes of transportation at Wembley. More than seven trains or tubes are available to serve people. They can also move through roads as A406 North Circular Road is the nearest road to Wembley. Also, Harrow-road crosses the area right from its centre. The good news is, three more transportations are proposed for the area including Orbital, Fast bus and Light Railways, which tells us that best is on its way!
The primary source of attraction is its Majestic Stadium. The Wembley stadium is a football stadium that hosts many prestigious national and international matches.
Then comes the Wembley Arena (renamed as SSE Arena) which is a large pool that hosts summer Olympics, concerts and a lot of ceremonies. In front of this Arena, Square of Fame is constructed which is built for the acknowledgement of the winners; thus it is another eye-catching factor for people.
Last but not the least, according to the recent research, multiple ethnicities there include 66.2% Asian 13.9% Black, 46.2% Indian, and 7.0% Other White making it a place of EVERYONE!
Fun Fact: In the early years of development, there were only six houses in Wembley!
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