Somewhere to rent need by a Ukrainian mother and son - 'perfect tenants, quiet and considerate'.

The not-for-profit Palmers Greenery Community Café in Broomfield Park is now in its tenth year and its unique business model not only provides visitors with healthy and ethically produced (but still affordable) food and drinks, but also brings a whole range of other benefits to the park and local community. Just quite how much social impact it has is the subject of a newly published report.

Arbeit Studios are inviting artists to celebrate Palmers Green's high street by applying for a free residency at their newest premises, situated just off Green Lanes.

Among the range of projects funded through the Untold Edmonton programme is the making of a film about Pymmes Park, the 'lungs of Edmonton'. Film maker João Giacchin describes what he aims to achieve.

Enfield Council's Journeys & Places team have launched the initial engagement phase for a proposed 'Bowes East' Quieter Neighbourhood in the southern part of Palmers Green, south of the A406 and east of Green Lanes. A much larger quieter neighbourhood is also proposed for Edmonton.

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Enfield Council has submitted a bid for heritage lottery funding for the development stage of its plans for Broomfield House and Park, which would see the remains of the derelict mansion dismantled and 'memorialised' and landscaping of parts of the park to reflect its history. Community involvement is envisaged throughout the project, which would take until 2028 to complete.

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The internationally renowned theatre company Complicité are coming to Palmers Green to run a series of theatrical storytelling workshops for women aged 65 or over, and are encouraging people with no previous experience in the performing arts to join. They're running a taster session at the Ruth Winston Centre on Tuesday 26th September ahead of the three workshops in October, also on Tuesday afternoons at Ruth Winston.

At the Ruth Winston Centre the re-fitted computer centre has been ceremonially opened by the Mayor of Enfield and is now up and running. New computer and smartphone courses start soon and are open to non-members.

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The body which commissions NHS services in five north London boroughs is seeking to recruit up to eight Community Participant volunteers.

NHS management in North Central London is proposing changes to how eye surgery is provided in the five boroughs that it is responsible for. Residents can respond to a survey which runs until mid-October and also attend a focus group meeting in Edmonton on Monday 25th September.

The wonderful charity Cooking Champions have launched a crowdfunder to enable them to continue to run their community meals every Thursday - a weekly event that is about much more than just providing food.

The campaign for a large new park to be created using currently unloved land surrounding the Banbury Reservoir is gathering pace. In addition to an ongoing survey seeking people's ideas, a 'community hub' meeting has been organised for Thursday 28th September.