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29 November 2023
Cara McDonald from Palmers Green Action Team invites us to four opportunities for Christmas shopping this Saturday.
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The Palmers Green Community Hub was held on 28th November and attracted around 120 different organisations and individual attendees. Francis Sealey celebrates a successful afternoon.
22 November 2023
More than 100 people from PG and nearby came together last Saturday to spend the afternoon discussing their common challenges and ways of meeting them at the first Palmers Green Local Community Hub.
09 November 2023
In the run-up to the first Palmers Green local community hub, Enfield Climate Action Forum has published a list of the issues that most concern people. The full timetable for the hub has now been published, along with details of the discussion leaders and the topics.
01 November 2023
The agenda has been published for the Palmers Green local community hub on 18th November. It will provide an opportunity for local people to discuss a range of topics - a place where those who attend have a voice and feel free to tell us how we can improve our locality and the lives of people there.
23 October 2023
If you thought that the ceremony of the Palmers Scream in 2015 had finally taken away all the spookiness from Broomfield Park after dark... think again!
06 September 2023
Palmers Green Action Team have announced the dates of two more markets in Devonshire Square, one of them a replacement for the cancelled Summer Market.
04 September 2023
On 16th September a fully marshalled bike ride at a leisurely pace will take participants around some of the more interesting architectural sites in Enfield and Haringey.
Congratulations to David Williamson (Friends of Broomfield Park), Clare Donovan (Cooking Champions), Cara McDonald (Tatty Bits) and the very many more people who worked hard to make the 2023 Palmers Green Festival such a success.
02 September 2023
Francis Sealey, chair of Enfield Climate Action Forum (EnCAF), explains the background to the first Palmers Green 'Local Community Hub' - an afternoon and evening event in November bringing communities together to discuss the things that concern them, such as air pollution, social isolation, food insecurity and other issues both big and small.
30 August 2023
What delights can we look forward to at the first Palmers Green Festival since 2019, which will be held on Sunday coming, when the forecast is warm but not too hot, sunny but with some cloud, and not too windy?
As always, there will be live music and a DJ at the Bandstand during Sunday's Palmers Green Festival. This year the music stage is being organised by Clare Donovan of the wonderful food charity Cooking Champions that is doing so much to feed hungry residents and to revive the once widespread art of home cooking.
24 August 2023
Today, between 10am and 8pm, there will be fun for the whole family in the borough's 'hinterlands' - along the Lea Navigation towpath. Explore an area that was once an important part of London's industry and a transport artery. It's still both of these to an extent, but it's also taken on a vital role in providing a cooling and calming strip bisecting the capital's ever hotter 'heat island'. All free, courtesy of the Canal and Rivers Trust and Enfield Climate Action Forum.
07 August 2023
The Family Bike Club are off to market on Sunday - join them on a leafy ride to Forty Hall. And find out about their ambitious plans for electrification and how you can help.
12 July 2023
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).
10 May 2023
As has been the case on second Sundays for a good few years, on 14th May the Food Gatherer will be running a farmers' market at Forty Hall Farm. But a novelty this month will be a new climate-friendly and family-friendly way of getting there. The Family Bike Club is organising a ride up to Forty Hall from their base next to Enfield Chase Station, using a quiet low-traffic route and led by a highly experienced cycling instructor and cycle ride marshal.
03 May 2023
One month until the festivals season starts in Broomfield Park. This year's Summer Festival follows the same successful formula as last year's - something for all ages and tastes: a mixture of live music, open-air theatre and musicals and fine dining under the apple trees. Then on 3rd September - the return of the Big One - the Palmers Green Festival itself!
26 April 2023
Visitors to last weekend's Palmers Green Spring Market, which saw the recently created Devonshire Square filled with traders, shoppers and musicians, were treated to an unscheduled appearance and impromptu performance by singer, multi-instrumentalist and former PG resident Freya Riding when she dropped by at the market.
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19 April 2023
A fully marshalled community bike ride on 30th April will be a chance to explore cycle lanes in eastern Enfield and the new wetlands in Albany Park - and an opportunity to try out an e-bike for free! And if you live in PG you can join a feeder ride outside the Fox to get you to the start of the main ride in Edmonton.
17 April 2023
Friends of Broomfield Park invite you to celebrate the coronation by joining their Family Volunteer Day on Monday 8th May.
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