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PGC cannot guarantee that all What's On information is 100% accurate. If in doubt, we recommend you contact the organisers or visit their website using the More Details button.

Events marked with an asterisk (*) are repeated frequently, usually weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Only the next occurrence is shown in this list

Sunday 17 February 9.00am - 2.00pm

* The Sidings N21 Farmers Market

Sidings Market, 62 Station Road, N21 3ng  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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The Sidings N21 is a bespoke farmers’ market that is open every Sunday 9am – 2pm.

The Sidings N21 hosts a variety of traders supplying quality produce that you can’t find in your average supermarket. Our traders offer the freshest local food. Come and meet the farmers, fishermen, bakers, butchers, chefs, restaurateurs, growers and enthusiastic local cooks who share a passion for locally sourced and sustainable produce.The market site is one of the best sites for a farmers market in London. The Sidings N21 is situated in the middle of the village, next to Winchmore Hill railway station and is surrounded by interesting shops, coffee bars, restaurants and pubs.

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Sunday 17 February 10.00am - 3.30pm

* Palmers Greenery Community Café open

Palmers Greenery Community Café, Broomfield Park, Aldermans Hill, N13 4PL  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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The Palmers Greenery Community Cafe is open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, serving homemade cakes, tea, coffee and refreshments.

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Sunday 17 February 11.00am - 3.30pm

* Tottenham Green Market

Tottenham Green, N15 4RY  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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STREET FOOD | ARTISAN | ORGANIC | VEGAN | LOCAL PRODUCE | BAKERS | LOCAL CRAFT BEER | COFFEE | NATURAL WINE | MAKERS | PLANTS | EVENTS | MUSIC | KIDS | COMMUNITY | EVERY SUNDAY

Approx 5 minutes walk from Seven Sisters Station
Buses to Tottenham Town Hall 243, W4, 76, 341, 230

 

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Sunday 17 February 12.00pm - 4.00pm

* Wolves Lane Palm House open

Wolves Lane Centre & Palm House, Wolves Lane, N22 5JD  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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Every Sunday

  • Visit the campus
  • Say hello to the fish and terrapins
  • Tour the Palm House

...and learn what's on at Wolves Lane

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Sunday 17 February 2.00pm - 4.00pm

* Broomfield Conservatory open

The Conservatory, Broomfield Park, N13 4HE  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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Broomfield Conservatory was built in 1934, but looks older. It has been planted with a variety of exotics and is maintained by a team of volunteers from the Friends of Broomfield Park, who open it to the public on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons

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Sunday 17 February 2.00pm - 4.00pm

* Broomfield Community Orchard open

Community Orchard, Broomfield Park, N13 4HE  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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The Broomfield Community Orchard is a new orchard created by local people working in partnership with the LB Enfield in Broomfield Park. Located next to the bowling green off Aldermans Hill, the orchard is on a level area that had been unused for over 15 years and has many wild flowers. It had previously been a bowling green.

The Orchard also has beehives.

It is open to the public every Sunday from 2pm to 4pm.

For more information about the orchard and its trees, visit friendsofbroomfieldpark.org/orchard

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Sunday 17 February 3.00pm - 5.00pm

Live music: Louie & Abdoullah

My Time Coffee & Tea House, 375 Green Lanes, N13 4JG  

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Monday 18 February 12.30pm - 1.30pm

* Monday Mindful Arts Café

Dugdale Centre, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS  

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Presented by the Museum of Enfield

Come and take part in a regular arts class in the cafe foyer with Art Stop. There will be amazing easy to follow and therapeutic art activities allowing you to spend an hour immersed in your thoughts and the process of making in a relaxed and non-threatening environment. All materials will be provided, different themes every week!

Suitable for adults, delivered by local artist Lisa Howes

Find us in the Dugdale Centre Cafe Foyer. Ticket includes a voucher for 10% discount in the café for the duration of the workshop, 12.30pm-1.30pm

Monday 7 & 21 January
Monday 4 & 18 February
Monday 4 & 18 March
Monday 1 & 15 April

TICKETS: £6.00 PER PERSON
Limited tickets, online booking recommended.

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Monday 18 February 7.00pm

Meeting: Modern Slavery is Closer than you Think

Winchmore Hill United Reformed Church, 77 Compton Road, N21 3NU  

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Find out what modern slavery is and how to spot the signs on our doorstep, as well as what to do about it. 

With Dan Pratt, Antislavery Co-ordinator for the Eastern Baptist Association togetherfree.org.uk

Modern slavery can include sexual exploitation, forced labour, debt bondage, domestic servitude, forced marriage, forced crime, and drug crime.  In Enfield, this could include those employed in car washes, nail bars, construction, catering as well as in the sex trade. 

Victims of modern slavery are by definition extremely vulnerable as they might have very basic or little English, not have access to a mobile phone, their ID documents are kept by the traffickers, they will have no money or very little money, threats of violence are made against them or their family, they will not know how to ask for help or who to turn to for help, they may suffer from mental ill health, and they may even be children.

This evening is our chance to find out more about what modern slavery is and how to spot the signs on our doorstep, as well as what to do about it.  The evening will be facilitated by the Revd Dr Dan Pratt, a Baptist Minister working for Together Free, a Baptist based network working with local communities and churches.  

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Monday 18 February 7.45pm - 10.00pm

* Edmonton Camera Club

Millfield Arts Centre, Silver Street, N18 1PJ  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

Edmonton Camera Club is a dynamic and friendly club where like minded photographers of all abilities gather to share ideas and expertise, to compete, improve their skills and have fun enjoying their hobby.

We meet at Millfield Arts Centre on most Monday evenings between 7:45 pm and 10:00 pm from September to mid-June. We do not meet on Bank Holidays.

Be sure to check our website for any changes to our programme before setting out to come to any of our meetings.

Potential members, of all ages and abilities, are welcome to attend up to four meetings,free of charge, before deciding if we are the Club for them.

2018/19 Programme

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Tuesday 19 February 10.00am - 12.00pm

* Winchmore Folk Dance Club: English Country Dancing

The Village Hall, St Peter’s Church, Vera Avenue, N21 1RJ  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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For  more information phone: Gillian: 020 8360 6226

Plus we have a Facebook page: Winchmore Folk Dance Club.

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Tuesday 19 February 11.30am - 2.30pm

Local plan consultation drop-in session

Palmers Green Library, Broomfield Lane, N13 4EY  

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A new Local Plan for Enfield 2018 - 2036

We are working on a new Local Plan to shape how Enfield is developed in the future. The key challenges we need to address are:

  • ensuring there is enough housing to meet everyone’s needs
  • creating better employment opportunities and promoting economic growth
  • reviewing infrastructure and community facilities
  • the future role of our town centres
  • creating places that promote health and wellbeing
  • ensuring development is high quality and protects the environment

New consultation

We are now revisiting the issues and options stage carried out in 2015. The draft new Local Plan 2036 (PDF) (LP2036) is the first of two formal stages of consultation before it is submitted for independent examination in 2020. A summary draft new Local Plan 2036 (PDF) is also available.

This draft plan sets out options for development over the next 15 years through ‘good growth’ principles, as endorsed by the Mayor of London. These principles aim to ensure that growth delivers:

  • appropriate new social and community infrastructure
  • a range of housing types
  • new schools
  • improved health facilities
  • higher standard of wellbeing and quality of life
  • improvements to open spaces
  • employment opportunities
  • benefits of regeneration and investment for all residents

We are also consulting on a new Heritage Strategy 'Making Enfield'. This strategy embraces the growth agenda and celebrates Enfield’s heritage in realising its ambitions and securing quality places.

Have your say

The consultation will run from 5 December 2018 to 28 February 2019. This is your chance to help us develop a vision for Enfield in 2036 by telling us what you think the borough should be like in the future.

The quickest way of giving your comments is by completing the online questionnaire.

Alternatively, you can email  with your response. When responding by email, set out clearly the page number, paragraph, draft policy approach number, figure or image your comment relates to.

For more information, or for help with the consultation, email .

The deadline for responses is 5pm on Thursday 28 February 2019.

Local Plan consultation events

If you would like to talk about the draft Local Plan in more detail, come to one of our drop-in sessions:

  • Wednesday 16 January, 12pm to 2pm at Edmonton Green Library
  • Tuesday 29 January, 11.30am to 2.30pm at Ordnance Road Library
  • Tuesday 29 January, 3pm to 6.30pm at Vincent House, 2e Nags Head Road Ponders End
  • Thursday 7 February, 10.30am to 7pm at Enfield Council, Civic Centre, Place Shaping Room
  • Tuesday 12 February, 3pm to 6.30pm at Edmonton Green Library
  • Tuesday 19 February, 11.30am to 2.30pm at Palmers Green Library
  • Thursday 21 February, 10.30am to 7pm at Enfield Council, Civic Centre, Place Shaping Room

More dates to follow.

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Tuesday 19 February 7.00pm - 9.00pm

New Southgate Millennium Green AGM

The Christian Centre, Grove Road, N11 1LX  

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The Annual General Meeting of the New Southgate Millennium Green is the formal meeting of the Charitable Trust that governs the Green. The public are invited to attend, ask questions and give their thoughts.

Door open at 6:30 Meeting officially starts around 7pm . Must be out of hall by 9pm.

 

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Tuesday 19 February 7.30pm

Muswell Hill Sustainability Group: Film - What Are We Waiting For?

Muswell Hill Methodist Church, 28 Pages Lane, N10 1PP  

MHSG presents Qu’est-ce qu’on attend? (‘What are we waiting for?’) .

The star of this  film is a Ungersheim, and agricultural and former mining village in the Alsace in north-eastern France. It’s home to a remarkable Mayor, some extraordinary people doing extraordinary things, and to an experiment in what transition to a low carbon economy can achieve, one that is increasingly attracting attention from around the world.

Since 2009 the local council has led an ambitious move away from fossil fuels and industrial farming towards an economy based on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and local chemical-free food production through small locally-based enterprises. A large solar farm, with industrial units for small businesses beneath, has been developed on old slag heaps. A local currency – the Radish – is in circulation. School meals come from local organic sources. In What are we waiting for? councillors, farmers, builders and traders show what has been achieved, and talk about how it has been done.

All are welcome to watch this inspirational film by Marie-Monique Robin. Admission free, refreshments.

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Wednesday 20 February 10.00am - 3.30pm

* Palmers Greenery Community Café open

Palmers Greenery Community Café, Broomfield Park, Aldermans Hill, N13 4PL  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

The Palmers Greenery Community Cafe is open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, serving homemade cakes, tea, coffee and refreshments.

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Wednesday 20 February 2.00pm

* Enfield National Trust Association afternoon meeting

Holtwhites Sports and Social Club, 1 Kirkland Drive, EN2 0RN  

No need to be a member of the National Trust to attend these meetings

MONTHLY MEETINGS at The Grammar School, Market Place, entrance via Little Park Gardens and Wilford Close. Park in school playground. Meetings start at 7.45 pm.

Thurs.10th Jan. Beatles, Iris and a Sprinkle of Stardust – Iris Fenton

Thurs.14th Feb. Street Furniture in London – Rob Kayne

Thurs.14th Mar. The London Air Ambulance – Speaker unknown at present due to shift patterns!

Thurs.11th Apr. Dreamflight – Patricia Pearce MBE

Thurs. 9th May The Life of Amy Johnson – David Keen

AFTERNOON MEETINGS at Holtwhites Sports and Social Club, Kirkland Drive, Holtwhites Hill, Enfield. Park in Kirkland Drive. Meetings start at 2.00 pm.

Wed. 16th Jan. The History of McMullens – Fergus McMullen

Wed. 20th Feb. Life in the House of Lords – Reverend Baroness Kathleen Richardson OBE

Wed. 20th Mar. The History of The Royal Ballet – Georgina Perrot

Wed. 17th Apr. Looking at Art (the hidden stories) – Pam Wrigh

Wed. 15th May Bolivia, the Altiplano and beyond – Ann Fereday

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Wednesday 20 February 2.00pm - 4.00pm

* Broomfield Conservatory open

The Conservatory, Broomfield Park, N13 4HE  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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Broomfield Conservatory was built in 1934, but looks older. It has been planted with a variety of exotics and is maintained by a team of volunteers from the Friends of Broomfield Park, who open it to the public on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons

For information about the Conservatory visit www.friendsofbroomfieldpark.org/conservatory

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Wednesday 20 February 8.00pm - 10.00pm

Talk: Evacuees in World War 2 (Part 2)

Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane, Enfield, EN2 0AJ  

A talk by Mike Brown, with period artefacts to bring back memories for those who were there and intrigue those who weren’t.

Edmonton Hundred Historical Society event

An Edmonton Hundred Historical Society (EHHS) event.

Talks are free to members; there is a charge of £1 per head for visitors.

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Thursday 21 February until Saturday 23 February 7.30pm

Southgate Opera presents La Traviata

Wyllyotts Theatre, Darkes Lane, Potters Bar, EN6 2HN  

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Mingling love and tragedy... Southgate Opera presents La Traviata

BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT

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Thursday 21 February 10.30am - 7.00pm

Local plan consultation drop-in session

Civic Centre, Silver Street, Enfield EN1 3XA  

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A new Local Plan for Enfield 2018 - 2036

We are working on a new Local Plan to shape how Enfield is developed in the future. The key challenges we need to address are:

  • ensuring there is enough housing to meet everyone’s needs
  • creating better employment opportunities and promoting economic growth
  • reviewing infrastructure and community facilities
  • the future role of our town centres
  • creating places that promote health and wellbeing
  • ensuring development is high quality and protects the environment

New consultation

We are now revisiting the issues and options stage carried out in 2015. The draft new Local Plan 2036 (PDF) (LP2036) is the first of two formal stages of consultation before it is submitted for independent examination in 2020. A summary draft new Local Plan 2036 (PDF) is also available.

This draft plan sets out options for development over the next 15 years through ‘good growth’ principles, as endorsed by the Mayor of London. These principles aim to ensure that growth delivers:

  • appropriate new social and community infrastructure
  • a range of housing types
  • new schools
  • improved health facilities
  • higher standard of wellbeing and quality of life
  • improvements to open spaces
  • employment opportunities
  • benefits of regeneration and investment for all residents

We are also consulting on a new Heritage Strategy 'Making Enfield'. This strategy embraces the growth agenda and celebrates Enfield’s heritage in realising its ambitions and securing quality places.

Have your say

The consultation will run from 5 December 2018 to 28 February 2019. This is your chance to help us develop a vision for Enfield in 2036 by telling us what you think the borough should be like in the future.

The quickest way of giving your comments is by completing the online questionnaire.

Alternatively, you can email  with your response. When responding by email, set out clearly the page number, paragraph, draft policy approach number, figure or image your comment relates to.

For more information, or for help with the consultation, email .

The deadline for responses is 5pm on Thursday 28 February 2019.

Local Plan consultation events

If you would like to talk about the draft Local Plan in more detail, come to one of our drop-in sessions:

  • Wednesday 16 January, 12pm to 2pm at Edmonton Green Library
  • Tuesday 29 January, 11.30am to 2.30pm at Ordnance Road Library
  • Tuesday 29 January, 3pm to 6.30pm at Vincent House, 2e Nags Head Road Ponders End
  • Thursday 7 February, 10.30am to 7pm at Enfield Council, Civic Centre, Place Shaping Room
  • Tuesday 12 February, 3pm to 6.30pm at Edmonton Green Library
  • Tuesday 19 February, 11.30am to 2.30pm at Palmers Green Library
  • Thursday 21 February, 10.30am to 7pm at Enfield Council, Civic Centre, Place Shaping Room

More dates to follow.

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Thursday 21 February 12.00pm - 1.00pm

Cuppa with a Copper (Winchmore Hill ward)

Grovelands Park cafe

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Please come along and have a chat about crime or any other issues concerning policing in Winchmore Hill ward.

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Thursday 21 February 4.00pm - 7.00pm

* Dr Bike bike checks

Palmers Green Library, Broomfield Lane, N13 4EY  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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How it works

Find our professional cycle mechanics at Enfield Town Library on the 1st & 3rd Saturdays of every month, Palmers Green Triangle on the first four Thursday afternoons of every month and Edmonton Green shopping centre on the first four Tuesdays of every month.

Please note that if your bike requires repairs that can’t be fixed on the day, you will be advised to take it to a local bike shop.

When & Where

Enfield Town Library on the 1st & 3rd Saturdays of every month 10am – 4pm

Palmers Green Library on the first four Thursday afternoons of every month 4pm – 7pm

Edmonton Green Cycle Hub (Edmonton green train station) on the first four Tuesdays of every month 10am – 3:30pm

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Thursday 21 February 6.30pm - 7.45pm

* Mental Health Carers Evening Drop-In

Enfield Carers' Centre, Britannia House, 137-143 Baker Street, EN1 3JL  

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Mental Health Carers Evening Drop-In with the Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team and Enfield Carers Centre

Gain information, support and advice as a carer for someone who is undergoing treatment for a mental health condition

23rd January
21st February
21st March

6.30pm - 7.45pm

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Thursday 21 February 6.30pm - 7.45pm

* Mental Health Carers Evening Drop-In

Enfield Carers' Centre, Britannia House, 137-143 Baker Street, EN1 3JL  

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Mental Health Carers Evening Drop-In with the Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team and Enfield Carers Centre

Gain information, support and advice as a carer for someone who is undergoing treatment for a mental health condition

23rd January
21st February
21st March

6.30pm - 7.45pm

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Thursday 21 February 6.30pm - 7.45pm

* Pregnancy Yoga

Palmers Green Library, Broomfield Lane, N13 4EY  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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I am excited to be offering a Pregnancy Yoga class in collaboration with Yoga4mums. Together, we’re offering a FREE pre and post natal DVD home practice box set, worth £15.99, along with a course of 4 real life classes for only £40!

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Thursday 21 February 7.30pm

The All Saints Sessions: Candlelit music and poetry

All Saints Church, Church Street, Edmonton, N9 9PE  

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This session's very special guests
ABIGAIL PARRY poet
KATIE WILKINSON viola

Your regular 'house band'
CHERYL MOSKOWITZ poet
ALASTAIR GAVIN electric piano, electronics

£5 admission
Free to residents of N9 and N18

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Friday 22 February 10.00am - 11.00am

Treasure of the Archives Tour

Dugdale Centre, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS  

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Monthly popular tours of Enfield’s Local Studies and Archive Centre. Tours led by Local Studies Officer, John Clark.

During this tour, you will get a chance to see rare items in the collections that are usually kept away from public view dating from a variety of different periods of Enfield’s History.

Local Studies and Archive Centre, 1st Floor Dugdale Centre, 39 London Road, Enfield, EN2 6DS

TICKETS: £3.00

Limited tickets, online booking recommended.

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Friday 22 February 11.00am - 12.00pm

Cuppa with a Copper (Palmers Green ward)

Kiva Cafe, Green Lanes, N13 5TW  

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Please come along and have a chat about crime or any other issues concerning policing in Palmers Green ward.

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Friday 22 February 12.00pm - 2.00pm

Bringing the Murals to Life: Meet the artist

Dugdale Centre, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS  

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Artist Maker Alex McHallam remembers being fascinated by the Lanscroon Murals as a small child growing up in Palmers Green. This is her personal response to them and to Broomfield House and Park. Her work is a playful take on what the Murals meant to a small child with an active imagination - did they move around when no one was looking? Alex's professional work focuses on the importance of history in the present day and causes the viewer to look again at things they often thought they were familiar with. She is particularly interested in drawing attention to places that are in danger of being lost for ever and questions what Society values from the past and how it chooses to look after it. In this exhibition she has taken archived images of the Murals, along with some of her own and combined them into an interactive artwork that she invites the viewer to become part of.

Come and be part of the exhibit!

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Friday 22 February 1.30pm - 2.30pm

Broomfield Exhibition Talk: The Owners of Broomfield House

Community Room, Palmers Green Library, Broomfield Lane, N13 4EY  

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Join us every month for a talk inspired by the current exhibition at Broomfield House, led by the Broomfield House Trust and Friends of Broomfield Park.

Held at Palmers Green Library Community Room, FREE, 1.30pm – 2.30pm 

Friday 25 January:  Broomfield Museum by Stacey Bagdi, Museum of Enfield Officer
Friday 22 February: The Owners of Broomfield House, Ivor Evans, Friends of Broomfield House Trust
Friday 29 March: The Lanscroon Murals, by Dr Mark Banting
Friday 26 April: Trees of Broomfield Park, by David March, Friends of Broomfield House Trust

THIS EVENT IS HELD IN THE COMMUNITY ROOM AT PALMERS GREEN LIBRARY

Free

Limited tickets, online free ticket reservation recommended.

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Friday 22 February 8.30pm - 11.30pm

* St Harmonica's Blues Club at the Southgate Club

The Southgate Club, 17 Chase Side, N14 5BP  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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St Harmonica's at the Southgate Club

St Harmonica's will be at the Southgate Club on Fridays - apart from the first Friday of the month. Instead of the first Friday of the month, St Harmonica's will be at the Southgate Club on the Sunday after the first Friday (which in some months will be the second Sunday of the month).

We’ve spent a bit of time up at the new venue and we hope that you will all like the place and feel at home straight away. To allay one or two concerns that came our way; there is loads of seating, around 120 seats around tables with good sightlines and acoustics, and there is a very well stocked bar with pumped beer, a few varieties, available in the members bar which St Harmonica’s members will be able to use on blues nights.

We are able to keep the conditions the same: purchase an annual membership card for just £5 (cheapest membership anywhere?) and thereafter admission is free on Friday blues nights and Sunday blues jams. As we’ve always done, we will take ‘the hat’ around for donations, which is how the bands get paid. The Southgate Club will take the bar takings, which is how they are able to give us the venue at no cost. We’re delighted to be able to keep St Harmonica’s as a community club and hope to bring you the best in blues throughout 2019 and into the next decade.

So you know where your membership fee goes, we’ve had to buy some new PA equipment this year and get a mixer repaired, which cost us over £1k, and we need a reserve to top up the bands’ fees when the evening’s hat doesn’t quite make it. 

Doors open at 8.00pm, the entrance is at the back in Crown Lane, and 2019 membership cards will be available on the door. Parking is fine after 6.30 in local streets and there is always 3 hour free parking in the Asda car park, public transport is a doddle!

Coming up in the next few weeks

Dates shown in red are Sunday night jam sessions.  Others are Friday nights.  There is no St Harmonica's on the first Friday of the month, when the Comedy Club is held in the hall.

DATE

ACT 

February 15

House Red

February 22

Julien D’Imperio & The Electrotones

March 3

The Vintage Blues Jam

March 8

Hitman Blues Band

March 15

Out to Lunch

March 22

Doc Ks Blues Band

March 29

Guy Tortora Band

April 7

The Vintage Blues Jam

April 12

Minnie & The Moochers

April 19

Spikedrivers

April 26

Jimmy C & The Blues Dragons

May 5

The Vintage Blues Jam

 
 
 
 
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Saturday 23 February

* Saturday Arts Club (for children)

Sessions are: 10.30am-11am, 11am-11.30am, 11.30am-12 noon
Dugdale Centre, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS  

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Pop in to the Museum on the 1st Saturday of the Month and make a simple and quick craft to take home. Themes are based on the current exhibition - HIDDEN TREASURES: REVEALING BROOMFIELD HOUSE AND PARK

  • Saturday 26th January 2019: Inspired by the Bees of Broomfield Park
  • Saturday 23 February 2019: Inspired by the running track
  • Saturday 30 March 2019: Inspired by old postcards
  • Saturday 27 April 2019: Inspired by spring flowers

Sessions are: 10.30am-11am, 11am-11.30am, 11.30am-12 noon.

Location: Museum of Enfield at the Dugdale Centre, 39 London Road, Enfield EN2 6DS

Pop in to the Dugdale Cafe after the workshop and purchase refreshments and lunch and don't forget to visit the exhibition.

TICKETS: £1 PER CHILD

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Saturday 23 February 10.00am - 3.30pm

* Palmers Greenery Community Café open

Palmers Greenery Community Café, Broomfield Park, Aldermans Hill, N13 4PL  

This is a recurring event - usually weekly. Not all repeats are shown in this list.

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The Palmers Greenery Community Cafe is open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, serving homemade cakes, tea, coffee and refreshments.

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Saturday 23 February 1.00pm - 3.00pm

Colour therapy workshop with artist Patrick Samuel

Dugdale Centre, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS  

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Join local artist Patrick Samuel to paint using colourful pastels the way he does as part of his own art therapy. In these sessions, we’ll be using Broomfield Park as inspiration for your colourful masterpieces, all materials provided.

Saturday January 26
Saturday February 23
Saturday March 30

When you arrive at the Dugdale Centre, please check the room number for this event.

TICKETS: £10.00 PER PERSON

Limited tickets, online booking recommended.

Patrick's story: Art therapy as a coping mechanism

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Saturday 23 February 2.30pm

Southgate Opera: The Mikado - Come and Sing!

Wyllyotts Theatre, Darkes Lane, Potters Bar, EN6 2HN  

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Sunday 24 February 2.00pm

Jaywalks: Bounds Green

Meet Bowes Park Station 2pm (by Herbert Road)
On the borders of Enfield & Haringey we discover a forgotten hospital and swimming pool,a bluebell wood and an array of gardens, and a WW2 disaster. We’ll also show you the real Bounds Green.

£5.00 per person £4.00 concessions
No need to book, just turn up if you have the time and interest.

Please feel free to phone, text or email me:

  • 0787 553 7295   
  • www.jaywalks.co.uk
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Sunday 24 February 3.00pm - 5.00pm

Live music: BlackDogHat

My Time Coffee & Tea House, 375 Green Lanes, N13 4JG  

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Tuesday 26 February 10.30am - 12.30pm

Talk: The History of Quilling

Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane, Enfield, EN2 0AJ  

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Talk by Judith and Christine Hughes. Quilling is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. Judith and Christine will describe the history of quilling from when paper was first invented through to the modern day. They will talk about some of the famous people who have been involved in this art form and show examples of quilling that they have produced. There will be an opportunity to buy items they have made.

 

A regular programme of talks is arranged by the Enfield Society. These are free to members and non-members are welcome to attend for a modest charge (typically £1 per meeting). Refreshments will be available and our sales counter will be open. Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane, is near the junction with Chase Side and there is an access ramp for wheelchairs.

For details of future talks and walks visit enfieldsociety.org.uk/calendar

 

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Tuesday 26 February 1.30pm - 3.30pm

* Diabetes Support Group

Green Towers Community Centre, 7 Plevna Road, Edmonton N9 0BU  

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Come and gain support on how to manage your diabetes

Last Tuesday of the month 1.30pm - 3pm

The group is open to adults aged 18 and over.  It focuses on giving support, information and advice on how to live well with diabetes

For more information please call 020 8375 4120, email or visit ageuk.org.uk/enfield

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Tuesday 26 February 5.00pm - 6.00pm

Cuppa with a Copper (Palmers Green ward)

Morrisons Cafe, 19 Aldermans Hill, N13 4EU  

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Please come along and have a chat about crime or any other issues concerning policing in Palmers Green ward.

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Tuesday 26 February 7.30pm

Play: Together We Are Enfield

Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, N18 1PJ  

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Written and produced by Cllr Saray Karakus, Mayor of Enfield

Edited & Directed by Nina Lewis-Hart & Erina Lewis

Choreography by Platinum Team

Technical Director Volkan Davulcu

This unique event introduces many aspects of Enfield that sometimes get forgotten and many people who live here need to be acknowledged for the wonderful work and voluntary services that they provide the people of Enfield and protect beauties of the borough, providing positive outcomes for the community. It's hope is to encourage integration and community spirit which often gets lost in daily life.

It incorporates elements of dance, music, laughter, love and sadness.

£10 PER TICKET
All proceeds to go to local charities, Together We Are Enfield (charity number 283320)

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Wednesday 27 February 10.00am - 12.30pm

Introduction to Volunteering Workshop

Community House, 311 Fore Street, N9 0PZ  

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The workshop provides you with the chance to recognise your own skills and talents, the work of the local voluntary and community sector, and how to plan the next step in your volunteering. 

This session DOES NOT give details about specific volunteering opportunities, though you will be signposted to relevant sources of information.

Free event

Click here to book a place

Dates
Tuesday 8th January
Wednesday 23rd January
Tuesday 5th February
Wednesday 27th February
Thursday 14th March

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Wednesday 27 February 10.00am - 1.00pm

Free event: Win More Business in Enfield - How to Tender Successfully

Enfield Business Centre, 201 Hertford Rd, Enfield EN3 5jH  

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NLCCE Event funded by Enfield Council

Enfield Council is fully committed to supporting and developing local businesses to grow and win more work. As part of this commitment, they are funding this tendering event to ensure businesses have the skills and knowledge they need to maximise opportunities. Many local Enfield based companies do not bid for public sector contracts as often they think they are too small or lack the skills, policies and procedures to do so. Find out how you can win more business with Peter Alekkou, Head of Service at Enfield Council who will speak about the Council’s procurement processes. Plus hear about current opportunities from contractors in the construction sector for the following sectors of business: Construction, Electricians, Plumbers, Scaffolders, Builders, Architects, Surveyors, Engineers.

Don’t Miss this Opportunity to:

  • Get practical tendering tips and skills
  • Learn how to become a Council supplier and understand the tendering system
  • Find out about tender portals
  • Hear from contractors in the construction sector – and learn about opportunities to work in their supply chain
  • Find out about Enfield Local Plan
  • Network with other businesses

Please note only businesses located in the borough of Enfield are eligible to attend as the seminar.

Agenda*:

  • 09.30–10.00: Registration, refreshments and networking
  • 10.00-10.05: Welcome and Introductions
  • 10.05-10.35: Procuring Business with Enfield Council – Peter Alekkou, Head of Service – Place, Enfield Council (includes Q&A) Confirmed
  • 10.35-10.55: Tackling late and unfavourable payment practises in the private sector – Jacqueline Moore, Casework Manager, Small Business Commissioner 
  • 10.55-11.15: Countryside and local SME procurement Alexander Cook, Senior Development Manager, Countryside Properties 
  • 11.15-11.30: The Power of Networking in the Construction Sector - Christine Hall and Lara Ayris, Construction Circle Connections
  • 11.30-11.55: Panel Q&A facilitated by Bradley Rood with Jacqueline Moore, Alexander Cook, Christine Hall, Lara Ayris
  • 11.55-12.15: Enfield Local Plan, May Hope, Local Plan Lead, Enfield Council 
  • 12.15-13.00: Closing remarks, networking and sandwich lunch

*Subject to change

This free seminar/event is part of a NLCCE Business Support Programme, funded by Enfield Council which aims to assist businesses in Enfield primarily in two areas: 1. to enhance their online presence through social media and other platforms and 2. to increase their knowledge of local procurement and tendering. Following this seminar/event, all attendees will receive a one to one Business Growth Advice Session with one of our Business Advisers. By registering for this session you agree to complete a programme registration form at the registration desk on the day.

You may also be interested in attending Maximise Your Online Presence - Which is held under this free programme.

FREE Business Growth Advice Session!

Following this event, all attendees are eligible to receive a FREE one to one Business Growth Advice Session with one of our expert Advisers. The session can cover topics such as boosting sales and marketing, business planning, and managing finances or help with tendering and registering on online Tender Portals. All the support is FREE as it is funded by Enfield Council.

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Wednesday 27 February 2.30pm - 4.00pm

Talk: Charles Lamb in Enfield and Edmonton

Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane, Enfield, EN2 0AJ  

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Talk by Joe Studman. The most genial of the local literati and his love/hate relationship with this area.
£3 per person.

 

A regular programme of talks is arranged by the Enfield Society. These are free to members and non-members are welcome to attend for a modest charge (typically £1 per meeting). Refreshments will be available and our sales counter will be open. Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane, is near the junction with Chase Side and there is an access ramp for wheelchairs.

For details of future talks and walks visit enfieldsociety.org.uk/calendar

 

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Thursday 28 February 10.30am

* The Arts Society Enfield: Monthly Lecture

St Paul's Centre, 102a Church St, EN2 6AR  

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DateLecture
25 October 2018 AGM followed by a full Arts Socety lecture and then cheese and wine. Lecture title: A Journey through the Imperial Wardrobe
29 November 2018 The Borgias. The most famous family in history?
13 December 2018 Christmas at Covent Garden
31 January 2019 The Secret Language of Sacred Spaces: Religious Architecture of the World.
28 February 2019 The Silver Thread: Silver Filigree and traditional Arts in Kosovo
28 March 2019 1930's Glamour and Grime
25 April 2019 Giles: his life, times and cartoons.
30 May 2019 Norman Wilkinson: a dazzling artistic career.
27 June 2019 The Treasures of Livery Company Halls
25 July 2019 Phrases and Sayings: The Etymology of the City of London.
26 September 2019 Food and Art though the Ages
31 October 2019 AGM with shorter lecture from Andrew Spira
28 November 2019 The Two Gustav's: Mahler and Klimt
12 December 2019 Is Christmas in Good Taste?

Lectures are held at the St Paul’s Community Centre Church Street Enfield EN2 6AR on the last Thursday morning of each month except December when it is earlier (No meeting in August).

  • Coffee 10am – 10:30am
  • Notices 10:35 am
  • Lecture 10:40 am

Guests are welcome at £6.00 per head

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Thursday 28 February 12.00pm - 1.00pm

Cuppa with a Copper (Winchmore Hill ward)

La Rocca, 751 Green Lanes, N21 3SA  

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Please come along and have a chat about crime or any other issues concerning policing in Winchmore Hill ward.

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Thursday 28 February 6.00pm

Brexit briefing session for European nationals

Dugdale Centre, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS  

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Citizens Advice Enfield will be holding an information event for European nationals about Brexit, explaining what they will need to do to acquire settled status once the UK has left the European Union. 

All European nationals are welcome, just come along. Tea and coffee will be provided and information will be given in English, Polish, Russian, Lithuanian and Albanian.

Funded by the Greater London Authority.

For more information about this event contact .

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Friday 1 March until Sunday 3 March

Bounds Green Window Show

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In the last weekend of February 2018, over 50 homes took part in the first ever Bounds Green Window Show. These amazing displays lit up our area over a dark and freezing winter weekend.

See the gallery of last year's window shows

This year's Window Show runs from 1st to 3rd March

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Friday 1 March 8.00pm - 10.00pm

* Enfield Writers Workshop

Salisbury House Art Centre, Bury Street West, N9 9LA

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Meetings are held in the downstairs lecture room at Salisbury House from 8-10pm on Friday evenings, usually every fortnight.

Free for newcomers, then £3 a session. We look forward to seeing you!

For any questions, please contact the co-chair of EWW, Lawrence Reeve-Jones, at .

2019 dates
4th and 18th January
1st and 15th February
1st, 15th and 29th March

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Saturday 2 March 10.00am - 3.00pm

Open day at New Southgate Millennium Green

New Southgate Millennium Green, Station Road, N11 1QD (opposite Homebase)  

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Both a volunteer work-day and a chance for the public to meet the Team and the Trustees. Drop in and give us your thoughts, your biscuits and your time, please!

1. Safety Walk
2. Bin Empty
3. Mowing, edgecutting and weeding
4. Tea and Bonfire
5. Put out fire properly, put everything away
6. Tool Walk

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Saturday 2 March 10.30am

Saturday lecture: The Summer of Love - cinema engaging with the events of 1968 and 1969

Enfield Baptist Church, Cecil Road, EN2 6TG  

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Film and Media: Saturday Lecture:with Ruth Mulandi

Course fee: £9.00

To enrol please quote the course reference C2419897 either online at wea.org.uk or by ringing 0300 303 3464

Or you can just turn up on the day!

Enquiries: Norma Chapman or Shirley Sandford

 

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Saturday 2 March 11.00am - 2.00pm

Enfield Repair Café

St Paul's Centre, 102a Church St, EN2 6AR  

Come along and learn repair skills to give new life to items that you would normally throw away and make them useable again.

Do you have a bike sitting in your garage that you’ve been meaning to get repaired? Perhaps your favourite trousers are in need of a new waistband? Want to give that blouse you love a new lease of life? Or maybe you have an old item of furniture that you can’t bear to part with but is in need of a spruce up?

North London Waste Authority is excited to be delivering some more Repair Café events in early 2019, to help you repair your damaged belongings and fix your broken household items for FREE. Take a look at our Events Pages for more details of the event that is nearest to you.

The information below provides further details about what to expect and how to book, or take a look at the video from our launch in Camden.

By repairing items we already own, it stops us having to buy new stuff. This has a positive impact on the environment (and our wallets) as raw materials can be preserved and items are prevented from becoming waste.

What are Repair Cafés?

Repair Cafés are events where you can book a 30 minute repair slot online and then bring along old or damaged belongings such as clothes, small household furniture items, and bicycles to be potentially fixed by repair specialists, for free. In addition to fixing an item, the repair specialists will train you one-on-one throughout the repair process, so that you can repair your item yourself in the future. A Repair Café is not a place for people to simply drop off broken items, but you will get to interact with the repair specialists, learn skills and build a relationship with the processes and materials that go into the manufacturing of products.

To find out more about our repair specialists, click on their profile pages linked from the left of this page.

The Repair Cafés will be taking place in Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Haringey, Islington and Waltham Forest on different weekends from the end of September. North London residents are only able to attend the Repair Cafés taking place in the borough where they live and proof of address may be requested on entry.

How to book

If you have items that you would like to be repaired at one of these events it is strongly advised that you book a repair slot by clicking on your local Repair Café and then filling in the online booking form that you will be taken to.

Each Repair Café will last three hours, and at each event there will be six 30 minute slots available in each of the three repair categories (textiles, furniture and bicycles). You are permitted to book one repair slot per event in the category that your item falls under. Repair slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Before attending an event, please refer to the Terms and Conditions of Participation, which includes what to expect on the day along with health and safety and data protection requirements.

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Saturday 2 March 11.00am - 1.00pm

* Togetherness brings Happiness

The Winchmore, 235 Winchmore Hill Rd, N21 1QA  

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Eliminating loneliness and making it LoneliLESS.  Every other Saturday at the Winchmore

No-one should be left to feel lonely and isolated.  Independently, we have been hosting a non-profit social tea and cake event every other Saturday.

Everyone is welcome, of all ages, to drop in and socialise and find comfort in making new friends.

FREE hot beverages, biscuits and cakes donated with multiple activities.

Cold drinks, alcohol and and pub food for sale as normal.

Contact Krissie or Alex for more info:
FB: @lonelilessevents
lonelilessevents@hotmailcom

We have multiple sponsors who help us to continue your event, as it is a non-profit which relies on donations.  If you wish to sponsor this event or donate, please email us.

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Saturday 2 March 2.00pm - 3.30pm

* Lego Club for children aged 5 to 12

Community Room, Palmers Green Library, Broomfield Lane, N13 4EY  

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LEGO Club is a monthly event held at Palmers Green Library for children aged 5-12 on the first Saturday of every month.

Limited to 10 places per month so sign up quickly.

To sign up speak to a member of staff at the pod or phone 020 8379 2711

If anyone has old sets they can donate, please drop them off at the library. They will be much appreciated.

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Saturday 2 March 7.00pm

St Mary Magdalene’s Church presents Handel’s Messiah sung by the Enfield Choral Society

St Mary Magdalene Church, Windmill Hill, EN2 7AJ  

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St Mary Magdalene Church, in association with the Worshipful Company of Cordwainers, is pleased to announce a very special charity performance of Handel’s Messiah with professional soloists, the Enfield Choral Society and an orchestra of period instruments conducted by Mark Sproson.

Alzheimers’ Society

This very special charity performance is being performed in aid of the Alzheimers’ Society.

Tickets

Tickets cost £13 or £5 for students and children and are available from members of St Mary Magdalene, choir members or through Eventbrite, which can be accessed by scanning the QR Code above or by clicking here. There is a small handling charge by Eventbrite.

Spaces are limited for this very special occasion and not to be missed so make sure you book your ticket(s)!

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Sunday 3 March 11.00am - 4.00pm

* Myddleton Road Market

Myddleton Road, Bowes Park, London N22 8LZ  

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First Sunday of every month.  Fresh produce, crafts, vintage, beer and wine, hot food

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Later events

At a Glance - Future Events

Click on the name of an event for more details

Thursday 21 February until Saturday 23 February

7.30pm

Southgate Opera presents La Traviata

Friday 1 March until Sunday 3 March

Bounds Green Window Show

Friday 1 March

8.00pm - 10.00pm

*Enfield Writers Workshop

Sunday 3 March

11.00am - 4.00pm

*Myddleton Road Market

Monday 4 March

6.00pm - 7.00pm

Cuppa with a Copper (Palmers Green ward)

Sunday 17 March until Saturday 23 March

Incognito Theatre present The Old Country by Alan Bennett

Sunday 24 March

1.30pm - 5.30pm

Winchmore Hill Creative Writing Group

Tuesday 9 April

8.00pm - 10.00pm

Historical Association Talk

Saturday 27 April

7.15pm

Poetry in Palmers Green

Saturday 4 May

7.30pm

Live music: The Afrocentrics

Saturday 27 July

Livestock 2019

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