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enfield dispatch april 2021This month's news and features-filled Enfield Dispatch has several items directly concerning our bit of the borough..

Stitch! gets a big feature ahead of its reopening next week. Däna Burstow provides an update on Palmers Green Action Team's projects for trees in large planters along Green Lanes. There's an interview with Melanie Smith, the minister at Palmers Green United Reformed Church, about a new foodbank in Ponders End. The petition against Merkur Slots opening in PG gets some column inches, PG resident Joseph Wagland has a letter calling for a skatepark, and there's notice of music events run by Livestock which will be held in Broomfield Park during July.

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April's Enfield Dispatch

In this month's edition our top story is the chaotic situation within the Labour group at Enfield Council, with a fifth councillor defecting and a second quitting the civic centre altogether.

On Page 5 we talk to the founder of Enfield’s newest foodbank;

On Page 6 there’s anger over the decision to keep Whitewebbs Golf Course closed;

On Page 12 a popular music festival announces its summer comeback;

On Page 13 a police officer who works with local schoolchildren explains his motivation behind the role;

On Page 14 a local doctor hail’s the ‘success’ of the borough’s vaccine roll-out;

On Page 15 tributes pour in for Monty Meth, president of Enfield Over 50s Forum who has died age 95;

And on Page 18, Gary Boudier recounts the life and times of an Enfield legend, including his connection to the current royal family.

We hope you enjoy reading this month's Enfield Dispatch. If you have any feedback or suggestions, do get in touch!

 

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