Calendar

Nov
1
Thu
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.

Dec
19
Wed
Christmas traditions @ Jubilee Hall
Dec 19 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Talk by Howard Whisker. Wine and nibbles will be served.

Dec
22
Sat
Winter Solstice Short Walk: River Lea and Gunpowder Park
Dec 22 all-day

Meet 10.05 on eastern side of Brimsdown Station level crossing. Either 191 or 307 buses with journey times of about 25 mins from Enfield Town, or 09.55 Greater Anglia Hertford East train from Tottenham Hale.

About 2½ hour linear walk, mainly on gravel paths, via Mossops’s Creek, River Lea, part of the Enfield Lock Heritage Trail and the nature reserves and restored meadows of Gunpowder Park. Shorter option. Ends at Enfield Island Village for 121 and 491 buses. Details: 020 8366 2242 or 07948 204 025. Leader: Dave Cockle

Dec
29
Sat
Walk: Hertfordshire Rivers
Dec 29 all-day

Meet 10.10 Hertford North Station entrance (09.44 train from Enfield Chase). About 7 mile circular walk with varied river scenes via the attractive town centre of Ware (lunch stop and option to end). Bring lunch or food available. Contact on day of walk only: 07490 480 251 (No voicemail facility). Leader: Stuart Mills

Jan
3
Thu
Walk: Northern Heights
Jan 3 all-day

Meet 10.05 Alexandra Palace Station ticket office (09.48 train from Enfield Chase).

About 2¼ hour linear walk through the Palace grounds and then along the disused railway path via Highgate Wood to reach Highgate Village for lunch stop. Shorter option. Bring lunch or food available. After lunch about 1½ hour walk across Hampstead Heath ending at a point convenient for return transport. Leader: Mick Spinks

Jan
8
Tue
Afternoon tea with Age UK: All Things Banned & Censored @ St Peter's Church Hall
Jan 8 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

BBC, George Formby, ‘Psycho’, Eartha Kitt, the Crazy Gang, Jane Russell, adverts, cricket, ‘Hair’, tombstones, DH Lawrence & more.

Each show bristling with music, laughter, songs & facts. 2.00 for 2.30: St Peter’s Church Hall, Vera Ave, Winchmore Hill N21 1DN

W9 Bus or Grange Park Station.  £5 on entry; just turn up. For more information: 020 8375 4118

All money raised goes to Age UK Enfield

The Goths and the Roman Empire @ Jubilee Hall
Jan 8 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Talk by Dr David Gwynn (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Jan
12
Sat
Walk: The Tyburn: One of London’s Hidden Rivers
Jan 12 all-day

Meet 10.30 Hampstead tube Station (Northern Line — about 13 mins from Euston or 20 mins from Old Street Northern Line Stations).

A 7 mile linear walk that will show London from a different perspective as John follows the river’s course southwards via the open spaces of Regent’s Park and Green Park to The Thames at Pimlico. Many shorter options. Bring lunch or food available at lunch stop in the Baker Street area. Details: 07904 193 098. Leader: John West

Jan
16
Wed
Commemoration of RSAF contribution to WW1 @ Royal Small Arms Factory
Jan 16 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

A plaque is to be unveiled at 12:30 on 16th January 2019 at the site of the old RSAF to commemorate the work of the factory during the First World War. The unveiling will be carried out by Jim Lewis, who has a new book coming out on the factory, and there will be a small reception afterwards in the Community Centre. Members of the Enfield Society are invited to attend, however numbers are limited so please e-mail the organiser Philip Abbot before coming.

Jan
17
Thu
Walk: Enfield Parks and Paths
Jan 17 all-day

Meet 10.30 Southgate Station (Piccadilly Line and 121, 125, 298, 299, W6 and W9 buses).

About 2½ hour linear walk on an interestingly varied route, which might well be new to you, that links parks by use of paths and quiet residential roads, before ending in the Enfield Town area. Shorter options. Details: 07973 747 454. Leader: Nigel King

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