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The February issue of Enfield Dispatchenfield dispatch feb 2019 has been published and is now being distributed to more than 250 locations across the borough. You can also get it delivered to your door by becoming a member.

In this month's edition the top story is the concern over the future of major railway upgrades that affect where new homes can be built in the borough.

On Page 3 campaigners against the 'Mini Holland' cycling programme submit a petition to 10 Downing Street.

On Page 4 an Enfield school has introduced its own 'micro economy' to help teach children how to manage their finances.

On Page 7 read abaout a not-for-profit developer that's aiming to build custom homes at affordable prices for local people.

On Page 9 German citizen Christine Ancker describes how she's feeling as the UK gets set to exit the European Union.

On Page 10 the president of Enfield Over 50s Forum invites older people to seek advice on staying warm and well.

And on Page 12 find out why a venue's eclectic monthly gigs and summer festival make it one of the best places for live music in Enfield.

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