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Issue 11 of the Enfield Dispatch is now available from hundreds of locations across the borough, so go and pick up your copy. You can also get it delivered to your door by becoming a member.

This month the Dispatch has launched a special new advertising deal for small businesses. For just £90 you can buy a box advert on a dedicated page for local traders – and they'll even design it for you! Just send them your business logo, up to 50 words of text, and your contact details. Email our advertising salesperson Klaudia on to buy your advert for the September edition.

Our local community newspaper has also just launched a readers' survey, which is your chance to tell what you think about the Dispatch and whether there's anything you think they could do better. You can find the survey at enfielddispatch.co.uk/survey.

The deadline for the next edition is Tuesday 20th August. If you'd like to suggest an article idea please email .

What's in the August Enfield Dispatch?

enfield dispatch august 2019The top story is the government minister being quizzed by MPs over Enfield's "unfair" public health funding allocation - and admitting that it's based on out-of-date information.

On Page 2 following protests by Extinction Rebellion, the council has declared a 'climate emergency'.

On Page 5 the boss of Enfield Carers Centre explains what help is available for local carers.

On Page 6 TfL's proposals to build on station car parks get slammed.

On Page 8 an Enfield resident argues why the government should change its spouse visa laws.

On Page 13 there's a look ahead to this month's 'Broomfield Blues' series of Sunday concerts.

And on Page 15 local rugby club Enfield Ignatians previews the new season.

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