Community Events

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.

The organisers of the Palmers Green Festival have announced that this year's event, scheduled for 6th September, has been cancelled.

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An online interview where you can find out about the history of the Palmers Green Festival - including its rather unusual origin - and what we can expect this year, with particular emphasis on the Speakers' Corner that was introduced last year and was highly successful.

David Williamson from Friends of Broomfield Park looks forward to a new community-led arts festival in Broomfield Park, running from 12th to 14th July.

Karl Brown, one of the team behind this year's Palmers Green Festival, updates readers on preparations for the big day on 1st September, but warns that there's a possibility that it may not be able to go ahead

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CHECK CHARACTERS IN DESCRIPTIONHello all! Thank you all again so much for all of your hard work and dedication which made our Spring Clean Event an amazing success! We’ve had some ideas about what’s next, but we’d also like to open it up to you to discuss.

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An innovation at this year's Palmers Green Festival will be Speakers Corner, held on the former bowling green.

Volunteer at the Palmers Green Festival on the 2nd September in Broomfield Park. An amazing opportunity to give back and contribute to your local community festival! We are looking for volunteers to help on the day.

Francis Sealey's interviews with local community activists continue with Karl Brown speaking about the Palmers Green Festival - how it started, how it's run and what innovations we can look forward to this year.

The organisers of the Palmers Green Festival have issued an appeal for help of a very practtcal kind. Palmers Green Festival seeks relief Festival organisers are worried that its ongoing success might cause some discomfort to visitors. Organising volunteer Angie Smith explained, “For a number of years our portaloos have been funded by a hugely generous £600 annual donation by a Palmer’s Green resident. Because the festival is developed, organised and funded entirely by.......
The organisers of the Palmers Green Festival have announced two innovations for this year's Festival on 2nd September:  an Arts & Crafts zone and a Speakers' Corner.  And they're seeking ideas and input into how to fill these new spaces. Arts & Crafts on the Bowling Green This year the festival will have a new special area dedicated to our local Arts and Crafts - the Bowling Green!  We are keen to support our local craftsmen so there are.......