News

  • 2019 Annual Report now available 31-Jul-2020
    We have now published our Annual Report and Accounts summary for 2019. Members will receive a printed copy with the next newsletter (Autumn 2020) which should be delivered w/c 17th August.
  • New lime avenue at Trent Park 28-Jul-2020
    The Lime Avenue in Trent Park has been re-planted. The avenue ends in a small gravel circle overlooking the lake. There is no immediate sign that the path will continue down to a bridge over the weir, but this may be a later stage.
  • London Green Belt Council: July 2020 newsletter 23-Jul-2020
    You may download the July newsletter using this link .
  • LBE replies to e-mails about the Museum and Archive 20-Jul-2020
    Thanks to everyone who has written in the past few days to Cllr Caliskan, Ian Davis and Mark Bradbury, asking for the Council’s plans for the Museum and Local Studies Library and Archive which are being displaced at the Dugdale Centre. We have now seen (several) e-mails from Mark Bradbury in reply. These make it ...
  • Royal Chace Hotel to become a care home: virtual exhibition 20-Jul-2020
    Signature Senior Lifestyle are proposing the redevelopment of the Royal Chace Hotel, The Ridgeway, for a care facility and new homes. A planning application will be submitted later this year. Lexington Communications have consulted residential neighbours, local community groups (including The Enfield Society) and councillors. A virtual public exhibition has been available, accessed from web-site ...
  • Palace Gardens & Exchange Survey 19-Jul-2020
    The owners of both Palace Gardens Shopping Centre and the more recent Palace Exchange (Deutsche Bank), are asking the public for their views about making changes. This survey is separate to the recent Let’s Talk Enfield Town but clearly relates to the wider discussion about Enfield. Plans are at an early stage, although there have been ...
  • Local Studies & Archive: sign the petition 16-Jul-2020
    A petition is running via change.org to Save our Dugdale. Please consider signing.
  • What do you want to see happen with the Charity School, Edmonton 15-Jul-2020
    The London Historic Buildings Trust is currently working on an Options Appraisal Enhancement for The Charity School and the adjacent cottage, both important 18th century buildings, in order to ensure their conservation for the future. The aim is to identify viable new uses for the buildings that will also make a positive contribution to the ...
  • Local Studies and Archive: please write to LBE 10-Jul-2020
    We are asking our members and the general public to write to the Leader of Enfield Council (Cllr Nesil Caliskan, cllr.nesil.caliskan@enfield.gov.uk), local councillors, the Chief Exec (Ian Davis, ian.davis@enfield.gov.uk) and the Director of Property (Mark Bradbury, mark.bradbury@enfield.gov.uk) asking the Council to consult with us over plans for the Museum, Local Studies Library and Archive. At the ...
  • Discover the Merryhills Way 01-Jul-2020
    The Merryhills Way was designated a public right of way in 2012. It runs from Trent Park across open farm land to Fairview Road off the Ridgeway and there are some lovely views from the path. Discover the path yourself with our detailed description and map.
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