Meet 10.35 Angel Station (Northern Line) for about 6 mile linear walk that links buildings, squares, gardens and outstanding examples of urban architecture with sections of the New River, green spaces and parks. Bring lunch or food available. Full route ends at Stoke Newington Station (London Overground line to Enfield... Continue reading →
Our heritage walks are an opportunity to explore parts of our Borough’s heritage on foot. A walk along the conservation area of Church Street Edmonton with visits to All Saints Church and Lamb’s Cottage. The vicar of All Saints will provide a guided tour and there will be an opportunity... Continue reading →
An evening of poetry and sound in the 15th century candlelit church. Hosted by Cheryl Moskowitz (poet) and Alastair Gavin (Keyboard, electronics), with guests Dorothea Smartt (poet) and Carol Grimes (singer/songwriter). Entrance £5 per person, free to residents of N9 & N18.
Talk by Lady Aurelia Young. Oscar Nemon (1906 – 1985) is one of the twentieth century’s greatest sculptors, responsible for iconic portraits of elder statesmen and major figures displayed all over the world. He was a flamboyant personality who charmed those who came into contact with him, including towering figures... Continue reading →
Talk by Joe Studman. Florence has an Enfield Cultural Hub named after her. She had visions of becoming a great writer but had to settle for being the second wife of Thomas Hardy. Edna however was a true artist. £3 per person.
Meet 10.50 Limehouse DLR Station. Either by London Overground from Highbury & Islington, changing onto DLR for one stop at Shadwell, or by DLR from Bank Station. About 6 mile linear walk that includes various waterways and parks north of Limehouse Basin and then sections of the River Lea and... Continue reading →
Following our huge collection on the 23rd March, when 90 bags were picked up, The Enfield Society’s Eastern Enfield & Edmonton Group are returning the the area to complete the task. All welcome. Please e-mail Dave Cockle if you wish to join-in, so that the appropriate amount of equipment can... Continue reading →
The Society will be performing Will Todd’s Mass in Blue and a new jazz piece by their Musical Director, Mark Sproson. They will be accompanied by the Hot Orange Big Band who will also be playing some of their own numbers. It should be a fun evening. Tickets are £12... Continue reading →
Flappers, prohibition, Richmal Crompton, the charleston, Wembley, Mickey Mouse, General Strike, Winnie the Pooh, Lindbergh & more. Each show bristling with music, laughter, songs & facts. 2.00 for 2.30: St Peter’s Church Hall, Vera Ave, Grange Park, N21 1DN W9 Bus or Grange Park Station. £5 on entry; just turn... Continue reading →
Meet 10.38 Watford Metropolitan Line Station (Met Line train at 09.58 from Baker Street—note: all Watford trains start from Baker Street at weekends). About 7½ mile circular walk in the attractive area where the Rivers Gade, Chess and Colne merge and through which the Grand Union Canal runs. The route... Continue reading →
For tea/coffee and a chat before the start, meet 10.00 onwards in Morrisons supermarket café in Alderman’s Hill, Palmers Green (opposite station). If not, be at Palmers Green Station for 11.00 start. About 2 mile walk in Broomfield Park with commentary on the geology, landscape and history of the park,... Continue reading →