Politics and democracy

The draft minutes of the Winchmore Hill ward forum on 11th February are now available online. Topics discussed included the Fox Lane LTN and the new care home at Reardon Court.

The February 2021 edition of Enfield Dispatch has been published and can be downloaded.

The Mayor of London has issued a message to all Londoners on the first anniversary of the UK's leaving the European Union in which he assures EU citizens living in the city that they are valued, respected and loved and that London will continue to be a beacon for progressive ideas, for decency and diversity, continuing to value everyone, regardless of the colour of their skin, passport or national flag. The Mayor has set up an online European Londoners Hub with information and advice about Brexit, obtaining settled status, rights and entitlements, UK citizenship and much more.

A video with a step-by-step guide to proving your Settled or Pre-Settle status in the UK.

Community journalism, now well established in Enfield, is coming to our neighbouring borough, Barnet. In February Social Spider, the community interest company behind the Enfield Dispatch and four more local community newspapers, will be launching Barnet Post.

The December issue of Enfield Dispatch is now available online or can be picked up from distribution points throughout the borough, including outside Southgate tube station and the Ruth Winston Centre in Palmers Green. You can also get it delivered to your door by becoming a member.

The November issue of Enfield Dispatch is now available

The latest webinar published in the GlobalNet21 YouTube channel is an interview with Councillors Dinah Barry (Winchmore Hill) and Derek Levy (Southgate), two of four councillors who have this year left the Labour Party because they disapprove of the way the Labour Party Group in Enfield is being run.

Thanks for more support from local advertisers, the October Enfield Dispatch has 20 pages instead of 16.

Southgate Green councillor Daniel Anderson's appeal against a finding that he bullied council officers has been dismissed by Enfield Council's Conduct Committee, which met on 23rd September.

The September issue of Enfield Dispatch has been published. You can read it online or pick it up at one of the many distribution points in the borough.

The top story in August's Enfield Dispatch is the indefinite postponement of long-awaiting upgrades to the Tube and rail services.