talk by Ivor Evans. Free.
Talk by Judith and Christine Hughes. Quilling is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. Judith and Christine will describe the history of quilling from when paper was first invented through to the modern day. They will talk about some of the famous people who have been involved in this art form and show examples of quilling that they have produced. There will be an opportunity to buy items they have made.
Talk by Joe Studman. The most genial of the local literati and his love/hate relationship with this area. £3 per person.
Talk by Joe Studman. Free.
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.
talk by David March. Free.
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.
talk by Dr. Mark Banting. Free.
Talk by David Marks. On 3rd September 1916 Lieutenant William Leefe Robinson flying his BE22 aircraft tracked the SL11 airship over Enfield and fired on it, bringing it down in a field in Cuffley.
Talk by local history speaker and guide Joe Studman. It is said that The Taylors and Walkers had a policy of buying up property and demolishing it as they couldn’t stand to see another mans chimney from Arnos or Grovelands. Was it wanton destruction or the first greenbelt? £3 per person.