The Enfield Society
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All Enfield Society members are welcome to join our working party. Personal protective equipment will be provided along with plastic sacks and litter pickers but you do need to wear stout footwear. We expect to be on site for a couple of hours. If you wish to come, please e-mail email@example.com or telephone me on 020 8366 2242 to make sure that we have enough equipment.
Peter is chair of the London group of the Long Distance Walkers Association. He brings a wide variety of perspectives and comparisons to walking in London, having walked most of England’s National Trails and created his own walks from south to north of each of Wales, England and Scotland. He is also the author of the Cicerone guide Walking in Essex. Joint talk with [EHHS].
TES heritage walks. All of these are free and open to both members and non-members of the Enfield Society but as places are limited you do need to obtain a ticket via Jubilee Hall. This year we are limiting tickets to 4 per application for each walk, though you can apply for more than one event. If you do request a ticket but then find you cannot come please let us know via the telephone at Jubilee Hall (020 8363 9495) as we often have a waiting list.
TES footpath walks.Travel details are correct at press date but TES cannot be responsible for alterations. Always check for rail changes, especially at weekends (either via 03457 48 49 50 or the train company’s own website). Use TfL website for tube, DLR, London Overground and TfL buses (or ring 0343 222 1234).
Groupsave discount of about 34% is available on most non-TfL trains but is not usable with any Railcards.
See TfL/National Rail publicity maps for Freedom Pass boundaries and Oyster/Travelcard zones and always bring your card(s). County Council websites display current bus timetables for non-TfL services.
Please wear walking boots or stout walking shoes and, always, either remove muddy boots or cover them with plastic bags before entering a pub or tea shop.
[BL]: Barnet Libraries’ evening talks. For more details contact Osidge Library (020) 8359 3920. Some talks will take place on the first floor which is accessible only by stairs.
[EAS]: Meeting of the Enfield Archaeological Society. Visitors are very welcome (£1.00 per person).
[EHHS]: Meeting of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society. Talks are free to members; there is a charge of £1 per head for visitors.
[EOFF]: Meeting of the Enfield Over 50s Forum. Meetings are open to all but social events are usually for members only or at a fee for non members – please check details of each event on their website.
[HA]: Meeting of The Historical Association, North London Branch, at Jubilee Hall. Non-members are welcome (£1 per meeting). More details from the Branch Secretary, Robin Blades (020 8368 5328), Associate Membership available for £5 a year for an individual or £8 a year for a couple.<firstname.lastname@example.org>
[Hilly Fields]: For Hilly Fields bandstand concerts: Free parking is at Whitewebbs Golf Course, Beggars Hollow (behind the ‘Rose and Crown’). In case of inclement weather, the concerts will be held in St Luke’s Church, at the corner of Browning Road/Phipps Hatch Lane. Ice cream and food stall will be at all events, including Pimms tent at the Jazz concert (subject to licences). For further information visit www.hillyfields.info and Friends of Hilly Fields Facebook page.
[SDCT]: Meeting of the Southgate District Civic Trust.
Myddelton House: To book events, go to www.visitleevalley.org.uk and scroll down to Myddelton House Gardens.
If you are interested in participating in Groundforce or ECV projects, please contact them in advance for details.
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