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The Enfield Society promotes the conservation and enhancement of the civic and natural environments of the London Borough of Enfield and its immediate surrounding area, for the public benefit.


13th Nov: Winter 2018 Newsletter published
Our latest newsletter has been published. Featuring news about important buildings being re-used, our award-winning Station gardening volunteers, the Intimate Threatre, a bumper harvest at the Forty Hill vineyard and noteworthy trees in our Borough. The feature by Stephen Gilburt is on housing estates of the 1930s. Plus our walks and talks programme until March 2019. Download your copy now. Members will be receiving their printed copies within the week.
Sat 1st Dec: Tree planting at Stagg Hill
As part of this project and as part of the Mayor' initiative to plant trees, on Saturday 1st December it is proposed to plant 100 saplings on land at Stagg Hill. Starting at 10 am meet and briefing, finishing no later than 4 pm (could be earlier depending on amount of participants, weather, and if all trees are planted) Location: Slopers Pond Farm, Stagg Hill, EN4 0HL If you are able to help please contact trees@enfieldsociety.org.uk. Light refreshments will be provided and facilities are available. Please bring own lunch.
Sun 2nd Dec: Mass tree-planting in Edmonton
Enfield Council are working with the organisation Trees for Cities to plant 3,000 young trees (called 'whips') on Sunday 2nd December between 10am and 3pm at Montagu Road Recreation Ground, Edmonton, and volunteers are being sought to help this great endeavour. If you would like to take part, please register on-line. This event is part of a huge mass tree-planting being organised across London over the weekend of 1st and 2nd December when 25,000 trees will be planted.

Looking for our list of walks and talks? See our diary page.