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Enfield Now is a crowdfunding initiative where you can share your community ideas and offer friends, neighbours, local businesses and others the opportunity to pledge their support to make your idea a reality.

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Enfield RoadWatch, a group which campaigns against housebuilding on Green Belt land, has issued a reminder that the deadline for responding to the draft Enfield Local Plan is approaching - responses must be received by 5pm on Thursday 28th February.

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Catholic churches belonging to the Enfield Deanery are asking parishioners to write to MPs and councillors complaining about Enfield Council's decision to register St Monica's Large Hall/Intimate Theatre as an Asset of Community Value (ACV). The reaction of the Save the Intimate Theatre campaign has been to express hope that the letters to elected representatives might provide a 'longed for opportunity' for a meeting to take place with all interested parties present

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Thrive LND, the citywide movement to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners, has published a new report titled Londoners Said…

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Palmers Green Tales has published a three-part interview with award-winning children's author Jeanne Willis.

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Aspirations for new homes mirror many aspects of modern society thinking. This envisages more physically active and less isolated lives, reduced congestion on the roads, whilst at the same time promoting a low carbon future. But what are we really building? Which new developments live up to our expectations? Are there some places that have got it right?

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Enfield Chamber Orchestra's concert on 9th March features young horn soloist Alice Warburton and music written by Enfield composer Frank Bayford.

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Palmers Green police have issued warnings about robberies around cashpoints and bank branches.

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Ahead of the deadline for submitting responses to the draft Enfield Local Plan, three campaigning groups have come together to release a report which questions the need to build on Green Belt land in order to provide sufficient new housing in the borough.

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Complete beginners to poetry sought! Relative newcomers very welcome! Seasoned poets – come along too! This is a course for anyone who wants to liberate their creativity and immerse themselves in the joy of language. Playful, fun, entertaining, enlightening – explore your word power with Paul Lyalls. Write about your life, your dreams, your memories, your desires! Let the words show you the way... Sharpen your pencils, what you write will be colourful!

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Citizens Advice Enfield urgently needs volunteers to work in its shops in Palmers Green and to help build a social media profile.

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A new comic novel, by three local authors living in the same road in Palmers Green, is to be published this year by Unbound - a farcical story, told in emails, about an imaginary writers group.

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At its meeting on 13th February Enfield's Cabinet will be discussing proposed changes to waste collection services for households with 'wheelie bins'. If the Cabinet approves the recommended option, Enfield will join the growing list of UK local authorities (82 per cent of all LAs) that no longer collect refuse every week.

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The formal opening of the rebuilt Shaftesbury Hall in Bowes Park took place on Saturday 9th February. The building is owned by North London Samaritans and replaces a Victorian 'tin tabernacle' - a small chapel built predominantly of corrugated metal.

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In response to a petition from residents, Enfield Council is consulting on proposals for a controlled parking zone which would take in the whole of Osborne Road and Windsor Road, N13.

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This is an amended version of the article originally issued on 6th February reporting statements about the future of St Monica's Large Hall/The Intimate Theatre made by the leader of Enfield Council, the parish priest at St Monica's Church and the Save the Intimate Theatre campaign.

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MPS Enfield have had a report of a female knocking at an elderly person's door claiming to be a healthcare professional

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The two Citizen's Advice Bureau shops in Palmers Green - north and south of the North Circular - are both looking for more volunteers.

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