• New Proposal for the Dugdale Centre

    The Enfield Society has published an alternative plan for LBE's Children and Youth Services which would accomplish the Council's aims yet keep the Archive and Museum on level 1 at the Dugdale Centre.

    The Society has also offered £20,000 to the Council for the Museum which would be used to enhance the displays.

    On Friday 23rd October we received a reply from Mark Bradbury, Director of Property and Economy.

Could you be a Trustee for the Charity School in Edmonton?

A charitable foundation was established in 1778 and moved into a newly constructed school building in 1784. The school was rebuilt on its current site in 1793. The adjoining cottage was also purchased at and converted into a house for the school mistress. The Foundation provided education to girls from the local area through to 1904, when it was closed as a Public Elementary School following the 1902 Education Act.

Three volunteers are sought to act as trustees of two charities associated with the Charity School Buildings in Edmonton, to support the next steps in securing a future and new use for these buildings. The appointments are intended to be temporary (for a period up to approximately 12 months) and will be crucial in making key decisions about the site including a transfer of ownership.

More details can be found in the two-page Prospectus [PDF] and anyone wishing to apply, or receive more information, can e-mail gssfedmonton@gmail.com

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