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  • Crowdfunding appeal: Open Mind in Enfield's Friends' Café to the public

    A crowdfunding campaign has been started on Spacehive to raise the funds needed for Mind in Enfield to open its Friends' Cafe to the public instead of just to its clients. This project will make healthy food available to a wider range of people whilst at the same time help to break down the barriers between those with and without mental health issues, make potential clients aware of its services, and open up more volunteering opportunities.

  • Great Northern: 'A great deal of focus on reliability and punctuality'

    The managing director of Thameslink & Great Northern Railways has written to London Assembly Member Joanne McCartney apologising for poor service and disruption to her constituents and assuring her that 'there is a great deal of focus by our operations teams on reliability and punctuality'. Meanwhile, in the Twittersphere arguments have been raging about whether or not the new trains are better than the old units

  • NHS campaigners cry foul over moves to merge North London health service commissioning bodies

    NHS campaigners in North London are claiming that plans to create a single Clinical Commissioning Group covering five boroughs (Enfield, Barnet, Haringey, Islington and Camden) are in breach of the law.

  • Noah's Ark children's hospice is charity of the year

    At the Charity Today awards ceremony on 7th September Noah's Ark children's hospice was named Charity of the Year.

  • Council consulting on proposals to license private landlords

    Enfield Council has launched a consultation on its proposals for two Private Rented Property Licensing Schemes. The consultation, which runs until 29th November, is open to all residents, tenants, landlords, agents, businesses and any interested parties in Enfield and outside of the borough.

  • New bookshop to host launch of local author's paperback

    A new cooperatively run bookshop in Wood Green will be running a double celebration on 20th September, to mark its official opening and to launch the paperback edition of a local author's debut novel.

  • Volunteers required for research into effect of cycling infrastructure on older and disabled people

    Transport for London (TFL) are carrying out research into new cycling infrastructure in LB Camden, LB Enfield, and LB Waltham Forest and are seeking volunteers. They would like to understand the experiences of older and disabled people, particularly when getting on and off the buses where pedestrians and cyclists are having to share the same space.

  • Details of Autumn 2019 courses run by Enfield & Southgate WEA

    Autumn courses run by Enfield & Southgate WEA will cover the following subjects: Women artists and designers; Art on your doorstep; The restless earth; Social class in medieval England; Britain in the Age of Enlightenment; Why the history of music keeps changing; Prose and poetry from and about Birmingham, Dublin, Edinburgh and Manchester; Nordic cinema

  • Council leader loses appeal over bullying case

    On Wednesday Enfield Council's councillor conduct committee dismissed council leader Nesil Caliskan's appeal against a ruling that she broke the council's code of conduct.

  • Stay of execution for Bowes Southgate Green School

    Enfield Learning Trust has agreed to continue taking reception pupils at Bowes Southgate Green School for at least one more year.

  • Popping up in PG: a Parklet

    A group of Palmers Green residents who want to make the high street greener and attract more shoppers will be creating a 'pop-up parklet' in Green Lanes on Sunday 15th September.

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