Subject tag: Photography

21 October 2020

Making History is a Lottery-funded project designed to encourage young people to express their emotions and experiences relating to COVID-19 and the London lockdown. Platinum Performing Arts is inviting children aged 9-18 from the Enfield community to take part in free creative workshops at Millfield House - pottery, dance, poetry, spoken word, fitness & wellbeing and more!

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03 June 2020

During May Friends of Broomfield Park invited people to send them photographs for a Virtual Flower Show. For June the focus will be on trees, starting with this amazing shot by Tracey Kelly.

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18 May 2020

2020 is turning out to be the year when everything goes virtual/online. The latest to join the trend are the Friends of Broomfield Park. While you can still visit the actual, real, physical park (taking social distancing precautions, of course), the Friends this week launched their Virtual Flower Show, which you can take part in and enjoy without leaving home.

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10 March 2019

Inspired by the wonderful wetlands in Firs Farm, this is our second Firs Farm photography competition. If you've never entered a photographic competition before this is an ideal opportunity to start. The competition will take place as part of the Firs Farm Wetlands 'Get out & Get active' project on 12th May 2019. So come on, get out and capture your Wetlands inspiration!

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29 April 2018

The Lamb Festival 2018: Saturday 16th to Friday 22nd June. An arts Festival at All Saints, Edmonton, to celebrate the lives and legacies of Charles and Mary Lamb. You can find the wonderful 2017 Festival Diary here - save the dates and come and join us! (And don't forget - for the fourth year running, there's free admission to ALL Festival events, so why not come and try something new?) 2017 LAMB FESTIVAL DIARY As before, there will be poetry and photography competitions - three prizes.......

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18 October 2017

The results of the 2017 Friends of Broomfield Park photo competition have been announced.

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12 April 2017

The Lamb Festival: An Arts Festival at All Saints, Edmonton, to celebrate the lives and legacies of Charles and Mary Lamb. This year's Lamb Festival will take place from 17th to 23rd June at All Saints Church in Edmonton.  As before, there will be a photographic competition, but this year instead of an essay competition there will be prizes for the best poems There will be separate categories for schoolchildren (who must be at an Enfield school) and an open category (open to residents of.......

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12 October 2016

The Friends of Broomfield Park have announced the results of their 2016 Photo Competition. The winner in the Adult category was Munise Cebesi for entry No 47: The winner in the Under 16 category was Alize Akturk for a photograph entitled Perspective Runners up in the adult category were David Sumeray (entry No 13) and Sandra Roberts (entry No 29). The winners were selected using a two-stage process:  first the Friends' committee members selected a shortlist of photographs, which.......

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12 June 2016

Inspired by the wonderful wetlands in Firs Farm? If you’ve never entered a photographic competition before this is an ideal opportunity to start. The competition will take place as part of the Firs Farm Wetlands Launch Festival on 16th July 2016. So come on, get out and capture your Wetlands inspiration. Categories? Only Two: Age 15 and over / Under 15 Entry Date?  All entries must be submitted by Saturday 9th July 2016 Theme?  “Firs Farm Wetlands. Subject? The.......

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26 April 2016

For the third year running All Saints Church in Edmonton will be hosting the Lamb Festival, celebrating local literary celebrities Charles and Mary Lamb. The Festival will run from Saturday 18th June to Friday 24th June, starting with a Fair on the Saturday afternoon.  Other highlights will include the young performers from Iconic Arts, jewellery making with Zinfinity, a guided walk with Joe Studman, the Carers UK poetry evening, and music from the Tottenham Community Choir, and.......

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16 April 2016

The Friends of Arnos Park are running a photographic competition.  The best picture illustrating "The Joys of Arnos Park" will win an Amazon voucher worth £25. Entries should be sent by email to to arrive by 19th June.  The winner and runners up will be exhibited at the Friends' Summer Picnic on Sunday 17th July and on their Facebook page. And don't forget the Friends of Broomfield Park photo competition, which runs until 4th.......

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23 June 2015

Breaking with their tradition of running photographic competitions over the winter, the Friends of Broomfield Park have announced that this year the competition will take place during the summer. Prizes will be awarded in two categories:  Adults and Under 16s.  You can enter up to three pictures, which must be taken "of the Park or in the Park" between 1st June and the closing date for entries, which is 22nd August. All entries will be displayed on the Friends of Broomfield Park.......

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14 June 2015

"Inside Job"Southgate Photographic Society are currently holding their 73rd annual Prints and Projections exhibition.  This year the exhibition is different from usual in two respects:  there are no projections, only prints;  and instead of being hidden away in a hall, the pictures are out in the street for all to see.  And this year's exhibition is likely to be seen by many more people than usual, as, thanks to Transport for London, it adorns the elegant curved windows of an.......

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23 April 2015

"Rising Up" (Copyright Amelia Corton)A Palmers Green photographer has been featured as one of the top entries in National Accident Helpline's #FreshStartPhotos competition. 23-year old Amelia Corton, entered a photo entitled: "Rising up". She says, "It was a photo I took at the weekend on a charity walk.  I have recently come out of a horrible depression and the photo depicts how I feel and that there is light waiting even in the weirdest and darkest of times." The #FreshStartPhotos.......

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18 March 2015

For the second year running the Lamb Festival is running literary and photographic competitions with unusual themes.  There are three entry categories:  primary schools, secondary schools and open (ie adults). Charles and Mary LambThe festival itself, celebrating the lives and work of local literary figures Charles and Mary Lamb, will run from 6th to 12th June at All Saints Church in Edmonton.  Last year's Lamb Festival comprised music, poetry, puppetry, talks and walks, and this.......

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01 November 2014

Southgate District Civic Trust and Enfield Grammar School are combining to place a local blue plaque on the house where pioneer wildlife photographer Oliver Pike (1877-1963) lived with his family from 1882 to 1914, 96 Green Dragon Lane in Winchmore Hill, which was the location for his early natural history photographs and books. The plaque will be unveiled on 16 November 2014 at 2pm by two of Oliver Pike’s grandsons, Jonathan and Richard Dollimore. Oliver Pike was probably the first.......

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16 April 2014

The beautiful Broomfield Conservatory is at its best in this sunny weather.  Both visitors and the conservatory's collection of exotic plants are enjoying the light and warmth, and currently there's an extra treat for visitors - an exhibition of photographs submitted to the Friends of Broomfield Park's second annual photocompetition. The Friends' committee members have, with great difficulty, shortlisted eleven of the 85 entries to the competition, printed them out and put them on display.......

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12 May 2013

"Sunset" by Steve Harrison - winner of the Friends of Broomfield Park photographic competition Visitors to Broomfield Park this spring and summer will find the park rather less colourful than usual.  Funding cutbacks by Enfield Council have led to a two-thirds reduction in the number of bedding plants being planted out this year - across the Borough as a whole the budget allocation for flowers in parks has been reduced from £24,000 to £8,000.  The result will be many.......

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