Exhibition: Hidden Treasures of Enfield: Revealing Broomfield House and Park @ Dugdale Centre
Nov 1 2018 – Apr 22 2019 all-day

Now open and running until 22nd April 2019.  Opening Hours are Monday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm, Sunday: 10am – 6pm. Free entrance.  A special feature on Broomfield House appeared in the Autumn 2018 newsletter.

Exhibition: Children of Forty Hall @ Forty Hall
Jan 19 – Mar 31 all-day

An exhibition portraying the experiences of children at Forty Hall through subtle displays set in the period rooms to give a fascinating glimpse into the Hall’s past.

Throughout the centuries there have been children at Forty Hall; wealthy children have lived here and poorer children have worked here. In more recent years, children have come to enjoy events and activities, explore the house and play in the park.


Litter clean-up in Ponders End @ former Boundary House pub
Mar 23 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Our next scheduled event will take place at 10am on Saturday morning 23rd March when we shall turn our attention to the Boundary Stream foot path in Ponders End. The meeting point will be the small car park adjacent to the former Boundary House public House which is at 3 High Street EN3 4EJ. This can be reached by way of the 191 bus from Enfield Town, alight at the Nightingale Road bus stop and the meeting point is then just a few moments walk back in the direction from which the bus has come.

Made in Enfield Craft Market @ Dugdale Centre
Mar 24 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

with locally made handicrafts, food stalls, live music and craft activities for children. Free.

Endangered Wildlife: urban biodiversity and our disappearing living heritage @ Jubilee Hall
Mar 26 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

A talk by Michael Priaulx, Swift Conservation. The wildlife with which we’ve shared our towns and cities for centuries is disappearing fast. Swifts, sparrows, and starlings are all now officially “endangered” in the UK as we deck our gardens and convert our lofts. But find out how we can easily help these and other species, especially relevant now London is the World’s first National Park City.

Free to TES members.  Visitors welcome, £1 per person.

Trees in Broomfield Park @ Palmers Green Library
Mar 26 @ 1:30 pm

talk by David March. Free.

The New River @ Jubilee Hall
Mar 27 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Talk by Joe Studman. It has made a significant contribution to the topography of Enfield for 400 years but its importance goes way beyond our area. £3 per person.

Walk: River Lee Country Park
Mar 28 all-day

Meet 10.30 Cheshunt Station (10.14 London Overground train from Southbury Station or 10.10 Greater Anglia Cambridge train from Tottenham Hale). About 7 mile circular walk with an attractive mix of waterways, lakes and woodland. Lunch stop in Broxbourne from where possible to end. Bring lunch or café/pub food available. Contact on day of walk only: 07506 334 019. Leader: Peter Mackey.

The Lanscroon Murals @ Palmers Green Library
Mar 29 @ 1:30 pm

talk by Dr. Mark Banting. Free.

Walk: Trent Park Daffodil Stroll
Apr 3 all-day

For tea/coffee before the walk, meet 10.00 onwards at House Café in Chalk Lane opposite Cockfosters Station. Note: if this mainly voluntary staffed café is closed, then meet at Miracles café in nearby shop parade. Otherwise, be at Cockfosters Station for 11.00 start. 2 mile circular walk that may coincide with the daffodil display, but will give an opportunity to see the works being carried out near Trent Park Mansion. Please respect Norman’s gentle pace. Contact on day of walk only: 07984 813 636. Leader: Norman Coles

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