The current exhibition at the Southgate Art Gallery (at the front of the Southgate Club in Chase Side) features some unusual slit-scan panoramic photography by Gareth Davies. The exhibition runs until the end of August. Entry is free - just ring the doorbell during opening hours.

The Casey Review, set up in the wake of the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving police office, identified serious shortcomings in the standards of behaviour and internal culture of the Metropolitan Police Service. In response, the force's Commissioner, Sir Mark Rowley, has launched a two-year reform plan called A New Met for London. Enfield residents will have an opportunity to learn about the plan and provide feedback at a community engagement event on Friday 4th August.

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The Vicar of St John's outlines the many activities that take place on board the Ark, her church's response to widespread hunger and other social crises that afflict Palmers Green and the whole of the country.

Tennis coach James Mott is currently taking bookings for summer holiday tennis, multisport and activity camps in Broomfield Park, suitable for children aged 5 to 14.

Enfield Southgate MP Bambos Charalambous has written to the body responsible for NHS services in North Central London in response to a proposal to permanently close a Palmers Green GP surgery that he says provides a 'key service' for older members of the community living south of the North Circular Road.

A new self-guided walk booklet will take you around 21 of Palmers Green's architectural and heritage highlights and reveal fascinating snippets about our local history. For instance, did you know about the time when three crowned heads of European states got together around a PG table?

Journeys and Places are offering FREE summer holiday Learn to Ride and Basic Cycle Skills sessions for various age groups from Monday 31st July to Friday 25th August. Sessions will take place at Winchmore Secondary School.

Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was stabbed during a fight in Berkshire Gardens late on Tuesday evening (11th July).

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This Saturday evening a mile and a half stretch of Fore Street and Tottenham High Road plays host to an amazing range of entertaining and life-enhancing events: brass bands, Latin grooves, a makers market, a steel band, circus performers, comedy, a martial arts demo, a community growing garden, a photographic exhibition and much more (not forgetting, of course, the World of Gazza exhibition).

Enfield Council is inviting local people to help develop ideas for improving Broomfield Park and 'memorialising' Broomfield House ahead of submitting an application for lottery funding in August.

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Coming to the Dugdale on Saturday 22nd July: a one-woman play that's part autobiography, part myth, and digs into what happens to women when they become culturally and geographically dislocated for the 'greater purpose' of mothering. And on Friday the show's creator, Edith Tankus, invites fellow parents and carers to a free workshop using playful games and discussions to create an audio piece that gives voice to their experience.

When in Broomfield Park I often see people feeding bread to the water fowl, ignoring the signs asking them not to. On one occasion I pointed out the signs to someone who was in the process of throwing bread in one of the lakes, only to be told 'No, that's wrong.' But the notice is right - feeding ducks bread is bad for them.

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