- Enfield Camera Club: annual exhibition 4th – 30th November 11-Oct-2019
- Parliamentary Petition to protect the Green Belt 10-Oct-2019
- Let’s Talk: LBE wants your views about the future of Enfield Town 15-Sep-2019
- London Grown, Seed to Plate 06-Sep-2019
- LBE seeks to lease-out Whitewebbs Park for 25 years 25-Aug-2019
Next Enfield Society meetingsOct21Mon8:00 pm Cinema—The Silver Screen @ Jubilee HallCinema—The Silver Screen @ Jubilee HallOct 21 @ 8:00 pmTalk by Tony Earle. Through the ages people dreamed of moving pictures culminating in elaborate Victoria slide shows, but it was not until the 1880s that “movies” arrived. From the early days to modern times. Illustrated with film clips. Note: this replaces the previously advertised talk The Story of Gilbert... Continue reading →Oct29Tue10:30 am Northern Vietnam Plus—Hanoi to C... @ Jubilee HallNorthern Vietnam Plus—Hanoi to C... @ Jubilee HallOct 29 @ 10:30 amTalk by Anne and John Wallington. This talk will feature the people, places and culture found on a journey from Hanoi in North Vietnam, through Laos to Chang Rai in Thailand.Nov18Mon8:00 pm The surburban home front in the ... @ Jubilee HallThe surburban home front in the ... @ Jubilee HallNov 18 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pmTalk by Mike Brown and illustrated with artefacts, ration books, uniforms and clothes.
All forthcoming eventsOct19Satall-day Walk: Watling Chase Timberland T...Walk: Watling Chase Timberland T...Oct 19 all-dayMeet 10.12 Elstree & Borehamwood Station (09.48 Thameslink St Albans train from St Pancras International mainline station platform B). Also possible to travel to start by 307 bus to Barnet, changing onto 107 bus, but this has a total journey from Enfield Town of at least 1 hour 20 mins.... Continue reading →Oct21Mon8:00 pm Cinema—The Silver Screen @ Jubilee HallCinema—The Silver Screen @ Jubilee HallOct 21 @ 8:00 pmTalk by Tony Earle. Through the ages people dreamed of moving pictures culminating in elaborate Victoria slide shows, but it was not until the 1880s that “movies” arrived. From the early days to modern times. Illustrated with film clips. Note: this replaces the previously advertised talk The Story of Gilbert... Continue reading →Oct23Wed2:30 pm Education, Education, Education @ Jubilee HallEducation, Education, Education @ Jubilee HallOct 23 @ 2:30 pmTalk by Joe Studman. The battle between church, state and charities to educate our young. £3 per person.Oct26Satall-day Walk: River StortWalk: River StortOct 26 all-dayMeet 10.14 Bishop’s Stortford Station (09.40 Greater Anglia Cambridge North train from Tottenham Hale or at 09.48 from Cheshunt — for latter connection use 09.14 London Overground train from Southbury Station). 8 mile linear walk following the scenic River Stort and Stort Navigation via locks, open countryside and parkland. Full... Continue reading →10:00 am Day Conference “Entertainment in... @ Jubilee HallDay Conference “Entertainment in... @ Jubilee HallOct 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:30 pmTalks and presentations on The Intimate Theatre, stars of the Victorian and Edwardian Music Hall, films of R W Paul and how television took events such as the Coronation into people’s homes. Organised by the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society. £10 per person. Non members welcome. For more details and to... Continue reading →Oct29Tue10:30 am Northern Vietnam Plus—Hanoi to C... @ Jubilee HallNorthern Vietnam Plus—Hanoi to C... @ Jubilee HallOct 29 @ 10:30 amTalk by Anne and John Wallington. This talk will feature the people, places and culture found on a journey from Hanoi in North Vietnam, through Laos to Chang Rai in Thailand.Oct31Thuall-day Walk: Hertfordshire BorderWalk: Hertfordshire BorderOct 31 all-dayDepart 10.20 Crews Hill Station (09.59 train from Enfield Chase). 6¾ mile linear walk via tracks, field paths and Northaw Village (lunch), ending at Tesco’s Potters Bar for 298 and 313 buses. Possibility of ending at Northaw by 242 bus but service currently very irregular. Contact on day of walk... Continue reading →Nov2Sat7:30 pm Concert by Enfield Choral Societ... @ St Thomas’s ChurchConcert by Enfield Choral Societ... @ St Thomas’s ChurchNov 2 @ 7:30 pmJoint concert with The Enfield Choral Society and the Enfield Chamber Orchestra. Conducted by Mark Sproson with professional soloists, performing Gloria (Giacomo Puccini) and Requiem (Gabriel Fauré). Tickets £12 in advance, £15 on the door, available from choir members or from enfieldchoralsociety.org.uk, Eventbrite, or by calling 07793 082991. £5 for... Continue reading →Nov5Tue2:30 pm Afternoon tea with Age UK: The 1... @ St Peter's Church HallAfternoon tea with Age UK: The 1... @ St Peter's Church HallNov 5 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pmEach show bristling with music, laughter, songs & facts. 2.00 for 2.30: St Peter’s Church Hall, Vera Ave, Grange Park, 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 EnfieldNov7Thuall-day Walk: Woods and RiversWalk: Woods and RiversNov 7 all-dayMeet 10.12 Bayford Station (09.59 train from Enfield Chase—buy Off-Peak Day Single ticket). In morning about 4 mile linear walk via woods, tracks and field paths to Hoddesdon town centre for lunch break and option to end. Bring lunch or food available. After lunch a bus will be used to... Continue reading →Nov8Fri8:00 pm Flints and Mammoths: London N13 @ Jubilee HallFlints and Mammoths: London N13 @ Jubilee HallNov 8 @ 8:00 pmTalk by Neil Pinchbeck. An Enfield Archaeological Society talk. Non members welcome, £1.50 each.
Until 19th April 2020, daily 10am — 6pm. Enfield at War 1939–45. Major exhibition by the Museum of Enfield highlighting the Home Front in Enfield during the Second World War. Free admission.
Until 31st December 2019, daily 10am — 6pm. The Day Peace Broke Out. A small exhibition of photos and images from Enfield’s Local Studies and Archives Centre which portrays life and events at the end of World War Two. Free.
4th to 30th November 2019, Enfield Camera Club annual exhibition. Free. More details. . .
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12-Oct-2019 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Montagu Road (opp Texaco station)
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