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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.

You can let the Dispatch team know what you think about their paper by completing an online survey.

The deadline for the next edition is Tuesday 17th September. If you'd like to suggest an article idea please email .

What's in the September Enfield Dispatch?

enfield dispatch sept 2019The top story is the preparations being made by Enfield Council ahead of Brexit, with a no-deal departure now looking more and more likely.

On Page 3 there's good news for Meridian Water, the huge Edmonton housing project which has just been awarded £156m by the government.

On Page 4 find out how a neighbourhood in Edmonton has maintained a healthy community spirit.

On Page 5 a new book charts the history of the Royal Small Arms Factory and its transformation into Enfield Island Village

On Page 8 a student striker argues why we must act now to stop climate change.

On Page 12 Louise Tully from Nightingale Cancer Support Centre invites residents to the charity's big night of entertainment.

And on Page 15 amateur football club Winchmore Hill FC is marking 100 years at Ford's Grove.

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