Trick or treaters will flock to Kensal Rise on Tuesday night (October 31) as the community hosts its annual Halloween fundraiser.
Residents can enjoy spooky celebrations including fancy dress and trick or treating, with money raised going to local children's charity Milli On and On and Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Ghoulish decorations will transform homes in Dundonald Road, Crediton Road, Wrentham Avenue and Okehampton Road and up to 1,500 residents, including children in fancy dress, are expected to attend.
Last year Brent Council approved residents' request to close Dundonald Road to traffic during the event, but this year the road will remain open.
Community members have taken to social media to try and keep the event, which will be attended by lots of children, car-free.
Event organiser Giles Deards wrote on Sunday (October 29): "We need to flag up that Brent has not approved the closing of Dundonald Rd to traffic as they did last year (though not in 2015).
"We're still lobbying council officers so it's possible this could change but everyone please everyone be aware and it would be hugely appreciated if you can avoid Dundonald on Tuesday evening if you are in the car.
"It will mean a great deal to the hundreds of us enjoying the party."
The event is free to attend but donations are welcome and residents of Dundonald and Crediton road will match all donations received on the day.
Celebrations will run from 5.30pm to 7.30pm and take place in in Dundonald Road, Crediton Road, Wrentham Avenue and Okehampton Road.
You can donate online to the event here .
A Brent council spokesperson said: "Legally it takes a minimum of four weeks to close a road. When residents originally approached us about closing the road in September, it was too late for them to apply for via Play Streets scheme as they had wanted to.
"We advised them to apply for a street party permit instead, but they only got back to the council about it on Monday (October 30) and it is now too late to process that application before the event."
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