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St Mary, Neasden Lane

St Mary, Neasden Lane, Willesden, London NW10 2TS View on map

Medieval building founded in 938 AD. Norman font and early Norman window. The south arcade dates from 13th century and the chancel was re built in 1400. 16th century south chapel and 19th century north aisle. Church houses the ancient shrine of Our Lady of Willesden and a Holy Well where water still flows and a focus for pilgrims.


Opening Arrangements

Please note that repair work is due to take place from 1 February 2016 for up to twelve weeks. During this time there will be access to the chancel only and by appointment. Visitors are advised to contact the church in advance. Normal opening times: Monday & Thursday 9am - 7pm, Wednesday & Sunday 9am - 5pm.


Located at the junction of Neasden Lane, High Road and Church Road NW10. Underground: Neasden (approximately 8 minute’s walk). Bus: routes 297, 260 and 266.

Parking Spaces


Meter parking in Neasden Lane, limited parking along Church Path at front of church

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes