Talk by Philip Norman. An Edmonton Hundred Historical Society meeting. Visitors welcome, £1 each.
Talk by Dr Rory Naismith (King’s College London). An Historical Association meeting. Visitors welcome, £1 each.
Talk by Stephen Gilburt. This illustrated talk will tell the story of the buildings and some of the colourful characters associated with Zion and Chase Side Chapels and Christ Church Congregational Church Chase Side Enfield since 1780. Several members also had active roles in the local community, with Rev Henry Storer Toms and George Spicer campaigning to establish a School Board for Enfield and Dr John James Ridge seeking to improve public health in the late 19th century. In the 20th century Rev Ebenezer Rees was a founder, chairman and later president of the Enfield Preservation Society (the former name of The Enfield Society) and was involved with many other local organisations.
Joint meeting with the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society.
Talk by Professor Julian Hoppit (UCL). An Historical Association meeting, visitors welcome £1 each.
Speaker to be confirmed. An Enfield Archaeological Society meeting, visitors welcome, £1.50 each.
Talk by Joe Studman. Enfield Palace, Durants Arbour, Burleigh House, Percy House, Enfield Assembly Rooms, Prounces House, Zion and Chase Side Chapels, Gentleman’s Row bothy, Cecil Road farm as well as several 17th and 18th century inns and 20th century cinemas are among the many interesting historic buildings in Enfield which have been demolished. Many of these and others will be illustrated in Joe’s talk.