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25 October 2023
Just down the line, in Bowes Park, people are clubbing together to line their high street with shade-creating and pollution-absorbing trees. They're taking advantage of a government-sponsored scheme. Could we do the same?
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05 July 2023
A 'grand launch party' this Friday, Saturday and Sunday featuring live Irish music will celebrate the reopening of one of Palmers Green's few pubs, now renamed in memory of a much missed local tree.
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29 March 2023
Yasar Halim Supermarket and its owner have been fined a total of £74,000 for breaching hygiene, pest control and contamination regulations.
05 September 2022
Broomfield Park's resident gardener, Vic Black, shares her tips on how to plan ahead this autumn to ensure your garden will be thriving, not surviving, next spring and all through the summer.
03 August 2022
Philanthropy London, a recent addition to Palmers Green's high street, has an unusual name and a novel business model.
19 January 2022
TV cameras were in PG last week, filming one of the free weekly Knit & Natter sessions at Stitch! and talking to the people behind the local craft emporium and some of their regular customers.
08 December 2021
A Palmers Green-based artist has used contemporary IT tools to pay homage to four north London tube stations that are outstanding examples of 1930s Modernist architecture, plus an example of an older style of station building at the heart of PG.
25 October 2021
It's not difficult to live in Palmers Green while remaining unaware of the existence of one of its most interesting and unusual businesses, but this week a feature in a London-wide online news website has drawn the curtain aside and revealed some fascinating facts about the antiques dealer that is hidden away behind 90 Aldermans Hill.
14 March 2021
For many chronic pain sufferers, the national lockdown has meant limited access to pain-relieving treatments. However, according to Palmers Green-based clinical massage therapist and chronic pain specialist Steven Murdoch, there are many things we can do ourselves to self-manage pain.
02 July 2020
At the start of August Enterprise Enfield will be moving from the Enfield Business Centre in Enfield Wash and setting up a new North London Business Hub on the Southgate College campus. Facilities will include a large co-working area with super-fast broadband, meeting rooms and event space - which, when the pandemic restrictions are eased, will be open to businesses for hot-desking, networking events and workshops
05 May 2020
Fox Lane & District Residents Association has updated and expanded its list of local shops,restaurants and other businesses that are providing services during lockdown.
02 May 2020
Janet Camela from Yoga Rocks is joining the massagetherapiststogether scheme and will be offering free massage sessions to NHS front-line workers.
29 April 2020
Vicky and Stacie at the Woodman on Bourne Hill have launched a crowdfunding appeal to help their pub survive.
06 April 2020
Enterprise Enfield have suspended their advice and business advice and support service for the time-being. Businesses seeking advice and support should follow the links below.
23 April 2017
Riffat Harris runs the Palmers Green Business Network, the latest addition to the PGC Business Directory
It’s a given that anyone who wants to grow their business needs to network with others. Developing an online presence and making connections via LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter is important. Meeting face to face can be even more powerful, it’s a great way of building long lasting connections.
One of the best ways to expand your brand and contacts beyond.......
16 August 2023
Ruth Winston Community Centre is looking for French and Italian language teachers to run weekly beginners' courses for its members.