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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.
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30 October 2023
The Enfield Society have put up for auction a painting depicting a stretch of the New River where it flows through Town Park in Enfield.
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?
Ruth Winston Community Centre is looking for a front office manager.
22 August 2023
Enfield in Song are looking for new members. This friendly choir sings show tunes and popular melodies, and puts on concerts locally.
19 August 2023
The already hugely impressive Friends of Broomfield Park have ambitions to 'move up to the next level'. They're looking for new people to help them do so. Might you, or anyone you know, help shape the Friends' future?
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.
19 April 2023
After three bad harvests in a row, caused by disease and poor weather, the award-winning and previously successful Forty Hall Vineyard is in trouble and has launched a fundraising appeal. It 'cannot survive another year without monetary support' and needs to raise £85,000 to pay for equipment and resources to protect its vines from disease.
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17 April 2023
Friends of Broomfield Park invite you to celebrate the coronation by joining their Family Volunteer Day on Monday 8th May.
16 April 2023
It's nearly ten years since an abandoned toilet building in Broomfield Park reopened as a community cafe. Ahead of anniversary celebrations, the Palmers Greenery team are asking people to fill out a survey to reveal what impact their community cafe has had on People, the Park and Palmers Green..
04 April 2023
Enfield People's Theatre invite you to join their community play Home, which is set in Edmonton in 1915 and the present day.
27 March 2023
Following the success of the winter market, the Palmers Green Action Team have announced dates for three more markets in Devonshire Square, starting with a Spring Market on 22nd April.
15 March 2023
It was a day for celebrations in Southgate on Sunday, as people got together to mark the 90th anniversary of the first day of operation of the Piccadilly Line extension from Arnos Grove to Oakwood, and in particular the opening of Southgate Station. Naturally, there was a birthday cake, created by local shop Wiltons.
06 February 2023
Following a two-day journey on a low-loader along the M6 and M1, on the last day of January the two halves of a modular building were lowered into position on a disused car park just off Firs Lane. The Friends of Firs Farm's dream, going back to 2015, was finally coming true: a community hub offering a cafe, toilets and meeting rooms in the borderlands between Winchmore Hill, Edmonton and Palmers Green.
01 February 2023
Have you ever wondered what exactly Chase Side in Southgate was the side of, or indeed what Southgate was the South Gate of? The Enfield Society is making available free of charge two books that tell the fascinating stories behind these two local names, and many more.
24 January 2023
Imagine you've been forced to flee your home, your country, your culture, your way of life, and set off on a journey to a new and strange country, where you suddenly realise how vulnerable you are. Fortunately, there are some kind and welcoming people ready and willing to assist. Here in Enfield, at the North London Ukrainian Hub.
A volunteers group's ambitious plans to build a new community hub are coming closer to fruition as contractors start work at a construction site just off Firs Lane, on a disused car park close to Firs Farm Wetlands.
30 December 2022
On the Tuesday after Christmas eighty plus people, young and not so young, responded to an invitation to 'work off the Christmas pud' by taking part in a community bike ride around traffic calmed streets in Bounds Green and Bowes.
30 November 2022
Keith Weller from Friends of Conway Rec reports on last week's ceremony inaugurating the park's Learning Circle.
23 November 2022
On the afternoon and evening of Thursday 1st December Upper Edmonton's streets will be filled with joyous and fun activities. Visitors will be invited into brilliant spaces and shops on Fore Street for some creative, entertaining and thought-provoking experiences. There will be live music, performances, exhibitions, crafts, food and drink, silent discos, reindeers, a town crier, and more.
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