The Footpaths Group arranges a regular programme of walks throughout the year, in a variety of town and country locations, on weekdays and weekends, and with a selection lengths to suit all abilities. Details of the current programme are published in each quarterly newsletter and can be viewed on our calendar page.
- Council responds to the Enfield Society’s alternative proposal for Archive 23-Oct-2020
- LBE publish detailed proposals for Enfield Town 21-Oct-2020
- Dugdale Archive: The Enfield Society offers £20K for the Museum 21-Oct-2020
- Could you be a Trustee for the Charity School in Edmonton? 16-Oct-2020
- Palace Square Enfield: the Society’s view 16-Oct-2020
- Enfield and London go into COVID Tier 2 15-Oct-2020
- Latest national Heritage at Risk Register published 15-Oct-2020
- Palace Square: major redevelopment proposal for the centre of Enfield Town 13-Oct-2020
- The Enfield Chase Restoration Project: more details 12-Oct-2020
- New proposal for the Archive & Museum at the Dugdale Centre published by The Enfield Society 09-Oct-2020
Enfield Society Zoom talksOct27Tue10:30 am The Enfield Chase Restoration Pr... @ ZoomThe Enfield Chase Restoration Pr... @ ZoomOct 27 @ 10:30 amTalk by Graham Campbell (London Borough of Enfield). The Enfield Chase Restoration Project has an overall vision to create a long-term, multi-beneficial, publicly accessible woodland within the rural area of Enfield in order to benefit the local community and improve the environment of Enfield. Led by Enfield Council the woodland...Nov16Mon8:00 pm The New River @ ZoomThe New River @ ZoomNov 16 @ 8:00 pmTalk by Richard Thomas. Follow the building of this 400 year old 40 mile long wandering man-made waterway from Chadwell Spring in Hertfordshire to the Round Pond in Islington. It was created to supply Jacobean London with fresh drinking water when many of the population were having to consume untreated...Nov24Tue10:30 am Swinging London @ ZoomSwinging London @ ZoomNov 24 @ 10:30 amTalk by Nick Dobson. The Sixties saw London cast off the gloom of the post-war years and transform into the bright, swinging centre of style and culture. This illustrated timeline will provide a reminder of that groovy, swinging decade! Zoom meeting details will be made available to members via our...
Other Zoom talksNov10Tue8:00 pm The Cross-Channel Empire of the ... @ ZoomThe Cross-Channel Empire of the ... @ ZoomNov 10 @ 8:00 pmAn Historical Association talk by Professor David Bates (University of East Anglia), author of the leading modern biography of William the Conqueror. All welcome to join, including non-members. Zoom details available from Branch Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.orgNov23Mon8:00 pm Rupert of the Rhine, a Man of Ma... @ ZoomRupert of the Rhine, a Man of Ma... @ ZoomNov 23 @ 8:00 pmAn Historical Association talk by Councillor Michael Rye OBE (Branch Chairman) on Charles I’s nephew and leading figure on the cavalier side in the Civil War. All welcome to join, including non-members. Zoom details available from Branch Secretary on email@example.comJan12Tue8:00 pm Henry VII and the End of the Mid... @ ZoomHenry VII and the End of the Mid... @ ZoomJan 12 @ 8:00 pmTalk by Professor Steven Gunn (Merton College, Oxford). This is an Historical Association (North London) talk which is also open to non members. E-mail Robin Blades for the zoom meeting IDs.
Monday October 12th to Saturday November 7th 2020. Free admission.
The annual exhibition of the Enfield Camera Club is taking place in the Gallery of the Dugdale Centre, Enfield. This will feature mounted prints by the club membership, ranging from comparative enthusiastic beginners to highly technically advanced workers. There will be an opportunity to vote for favourite photographs, as well as general club and other literature being available. A wide variety of refreshments are also available within the centre. For more details on the club please visit our web site.