More than 100 young people and their families enjoyed a fun day out at Stonebridge Recreational Park.
The Shine Funday event, which took place on Saturday, July 26 and was organised by Brent Youth Service,was a free day out for children and their families.
Its aim was to raise awareness of the PAYP (Positive Activities for Young People) scheme as well as other free organisations and services available for families and children living in Brent.
Terrianne Magloire, the event's organiser,said: "Everyone enjoyed the day. The reason for the Shine Funday was to make parents, as well as young people, aware of who is out there to contact and how to contact them."
Councillor Bob Wharton, lead member for children and families, described the day as a chance 'for local people from all backgrounds to come together and celebrate Brent's great community'.
Activities included football and netball games, as well as various stalls.
Among the organisations present was Connexions, the youth-run MAMA Youth Project.
Young people also took away free silk-screen painted T-shirts.
Ms Magloire said: "The girls were happy. They could take away T-shirts with butterflies, princesses or even designs which they had stencilled themselves."
There were also three DJs from local radio station Life FM, who provided the entertainment for the day.
Ms Magloire added: "Next time we do it, there needs to be more commitment from other services."