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Welcome to your May 2018 issue of en MAGAZINE Contents Page 4 - Local News and Events Page 15 - Technology - keeping safe Online Page 16 - Holidays - Britain’s cycle-paths Page 19 - Holidays - Destinations with lots of sunshine Page 21 - What’s On and Things To Do
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Hello and welcome to the May issue of EN Magazine. Are you like the EN Team dreaming of getting away this to a hot sunny destination? In this issue we bring your some ideas to tempt you to leave these shores and find the sun. In June Broomfield Park in Enfield will be hosting its first gin festival. We find out a bit more about its origins, who will be there and give our readers the chance to win tickets. Did you know that the technology that we all take for granted has its roots from inventions in the EN Magazine area ? Find out more in our article on pages 13 and 14? If you have any comments or suggestions; please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Celebrating 400 years As part of the celebrations of the 400 year anniversary of the issuing of the Royal Charter given by King James 1st to run a market in Enfield Town, Enfield Market is celebrating with Enfield Market’s Charter Fayre on Sunday May 20th 2018.
The Enfield Market celebratory Fayre will After exhibit craft, charity and 020 8351 0804 local business stalls. A to arrange a free quotation grand raffle is on offer with a free to enter treasure Free Quotes hunt. The Fire services, Your Garden Maintained from as little as £22.50 a week/fortnight St John Ambulance and Police Cadets will be GP Garden Office: 020 8351 0804 present at the Fayre for Services email: email@example.com visitors to engage with. web: www.gpgardenservices.co.uk The Old Enfield Charitable Trust which owns Enfield Market has invited local schools to exhibit colourful GP Gardens May 18.indd 1 01/05/2018 17:35 paintings by the children depicting the market place. The bandstand will be alive with varied musical artists from noon. The Ectertra Morris Men start the day followed by popular local ukulele band S.O.U.P and rock covers from Balloon Dogs. Soulful pop from the Ellamore girls will provide continuous entertainment, finishing with Bazooka Joe and their popular 80 covers. Enfield Market’s international food court will be open and tipples from The
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Kings Head and Malones will keep you refreshed. A Poetry Corner will entice you to write your Own Poem. The poetry tent leads round to a the Family Area within the grounds of St Andrews Church. The beautiful setting will play host to younger activities, pony riding, crafts, face painting, princesses, local dance groups, football fun and the like. A splendid time is guaranteed for all. The Charter Fayre is being brought to the community by the Old Enfield Charitable Trust working with Enfield Town Residents’ Association.
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Grab Your Trainers fields and trails of Trent Country Park in Enfield. This annual popular run, which has been going for over 30 years, is organised by Trent Park Running Club. The Senior 10k race starts at 10.30am and is an open race catering for the competitive athlete and fun runner alike. With over 500 senior finishers on the day. The race is chip timed and caters for all abilities.
This yearâ€™s Trent Park Triffic Trail will take place on Sunday 24th June in the picturesque
It all takes place within Trent Country Park. On the day they are supported by around 100 volunteers from the Running Club to cover all the activities from course setting, start/finish set-
up, course marshals, car parking, number collection and information points, goody bag and t-shirt distribution to litter pickers. There are water stations, free car parking and spot prizes. All starters will receive a commemorative branded technical t-shirt and a goody bag. There are prize vouchers in various age categories, including a prize of ÂŁ100 awarded to the first male and female finishers who break the course record.
also has a thriving Junior section. The Junior Triffic Trail is a 4.5k race on the same day and starts at 09:30am. It promises to be a great day and a wonderful atmosphere. Chamberlains Estates are yet again main event sponsors. For further information visit www. triffictrail.com or wwwtrentparkrc.org
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Gin Festival – 31st June & 1st July 2018 Hot on the heels of their successful distillery pop ups, Old Bakery Gin have turned their minds to gin festivals. The Enfield Gin Festival falls at the height of British summertime, located in the beautiful surroundings of Broomfield Park with some of the UK’s finest small batch distillers attending. Ian Puddick of Enfield based Old Bakery Gin said, ‘We were absolutely delighted to have resurrected Enfield’s once illicit Gin Distillery and to be involved in the start of Enfield’s first big outside Gin Festival with lots of other artesian gin producers is beyond exciting and great for our community. It’s time for North London to taste some amazing gins and get to know the people behind the gin community.’ Ian bought the Old Bakery in Palmers Green in 2012 to convert into an office for his Leak Detection Business, during a legal dispute over ownership of the Bakery Chimney which once stood 140ft tall, Puddick discovered that the original bakers had made and sold illicit gin. During the renovations he
also reinstated the original hidden faded ‘ghostsign’ for the Bakery. Ian tracked down the illicit gin recipe, got the appropriate licences and has rebuilt a Gin Distillery in his office. Old Bakery Gin only uses 4 Botanicals. The Gin has now won 3 Awards including ‘Best New Gin – The Gin Guide’ and a Silver Medallion at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirts Competition. Confirmed producers include Pothecary, HMS Spirits, Turncoat, Spitfire, Renegade and of course the organisers, locally produced Old Bakery Gin. This event is made even more special by being partnered with exclusive Japanese tonic maker Merchant Heart who make a range of amazing ‘Spirit Enhancer’ tonic waters which will complement and enhance any gin. Ticket prices start from just £20, and include entry to the festival, a bespoke copa balon glass and tokens to exchange with distillers for a taste of their gin. More tokens can be purchased throughout the day at a cost of just
£6 each. There is also an option to buy a ‘Gin Monster ticket’, and that will also get you a 50cl bottle of Enfield’s own Old Bakery Gin. Food will be supplied by The Winchmore pub and Masterchef contestant, Natalie Coleman The Enfield Gin Festival takes place on Saturday 31st June and Sunday 1st of July at Broomfield Park Bowling Green, Aldermans Hill, London N13 4RB Tickets are limited and on sale at www. enfieldginfestival. com or direct from Eventbrite https://www. eventbrite.co.uk/e/ enfield-gin-festivaltickets-44927735065 www.enfieldginfestival. com
WIN WIN WIN EN Magazine has teamed up with the Enfield Gin Festival to give our readers the chance to win A pair of Gin Monster Tickets
(which include entry to the festival, a copa balon glass, 8 drink tokens and a bottle of Old Bakery Gin) for a session of the winners choosing. 2 pairs of runners up can also win 2 pairs gin Inquisitor tickets (which include entry to the festival, a copa balon glass and 2 drink tokens). To be in with a chance of winning just tell us how many botanicals are used in making Old Bakery Gin? To enter, email your answer to competitions@ enmagazine.co.uk or, by post, to Competitions, EN Magazine, 63 High Street, Potters Bar, EN6 5AS. Please include name, address and a daytime phone number and you must include your date of birth with your entry. The closing date for all entries is Friday 1st June 2018. Good Luck!
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Don’t Let Aches and Pains Stop Your Life with an injury that has just not allowed you to get back to the performance levels you had previously?
Have you spent the winter in a self-induced sports hibernation to find that with the coming of spring your well-toned body and muscles are not quiet moving as freely as they did before the winter? Perhaps you have been playing sport in winter conditions
slipping straining and stretching in muddy conditions or jolting every sinew on rock hard ground. Which ever way you look at it playing sport or working out can put a strain on your body. Or, have you found yourself
It’s not just people taking part in sport, perhaps you have an ache or pain from gardening or sitting too long at your desk at work. An ache or pain cannot just hurt and cause discomfort, but can end up stopping you doing the things you want to do. EN Magazine met up with Katharine Evans of Better Body to find out more about getting your body back in shape and ready for sport and fitness or what ever you want to do. A keen sports woman Katharine knows all about getting back in shape after a lay off from sport through injury after breaking her leg playing rugby. “It was a bad break,” explained Katharine, and although the doctors were telling me it was better
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I was in a lot of pain it was only when a scan was carried out that it showed that although the bone had repaired on the outside it had still not knitted back together internally. But the bone was not the only part of the injury, the muscles around the injury and in other parts of my body had weakened through lack of exercise and I was becoming unconditioned which in turn increased the amount of exercise and time I would need to get back in shape.” “Many amateur and even professional sports men and women often wait for an injury to repair but in their rehabilitation focus on the injured bone or muscles and do not take into consideration the rest of the body before competing again. They often find they just can not reach the same levels of performance or in some case end up with additional injuries from weakened muscles.”
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“I gained an MSc in Sports Rehabilitation at St Marys University, Twickenham specialising musculoskeletal, which means I take a complete look at how a body is working and when treating injuries or pain I look at the whole musculoskeletal system, including the joints, ligaments, muscles, nerves, tendons, and structures that support limbs, neck and back.” “But you do not have to be involved in sports to benefit from my treatments, many people who are maybe suffering with pains and
Katharine finds time to work with local people helping them back to fitness as well as representing Saracens Women’s Rugby team and more recently being selected for the Barbarians team, competing in triathlons, she also works with the professional players at Wasps Rugby Club to help them recover from injury whilst maintaining their fitness. As well as being a part-time PE teacher in a school.
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Step up for the Pyjama Walk Get your natty nightwear on for Enfield’s biggest pyjama party as The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre holds the annual night hike on Friday, 18th May. The 15km walk begins at Enfield Civic Centre and will take in the greenery and scenery of Winchmore Hill and Southgate. This is the sixth annual night hike held by the charity, with previous themes including superheroes, disco fancy dress and a colour walk, raising vital funds to continue supporting cancer patients and their families. Elaine Taylor-Walker, 46, whose 46 year old husband is currently undergoing
treatment for bowel cancer, has said The Nightingale has been like a family to her. She said, “I am doing the Pyjama Walk because for me it’s a chance to say thank-you and give something back for all they have done for me and my family.“ She added, “ We all know someone who has been affected by cancer but we never think it will happen directly to us or our family so I want to encourage people to take part in the pyjama walk and raise funds for this fantastic charity.” Director Joan Kearns said, “The annual night hike sees Enfield at its best: the community coming together in
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support of others. And of course, we make sure they have good fun in the process!” The walk is open to everyone, 12 years and over, with an entry fee of £15. The walk takes place on Friday, 18th May, setting off from Enfield Civic Centre, Silver Street, EN1 3ES 7pm to sign in,
set off at 8pmRegistration is available by calling The Nightingale office on 020 8366 9674, online at, www. nightingalesupport.org. uk or walkers can simply turn up and register on the night.
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Turning Old Items to Cash How many parents have a cupboard or loft full of old clothes toys and baby paraphernalia that the kids have grown out off. Collecting dust when you could be turning it into cash? EN Magazine met up with Nicole Economou who runs the local Mum2Mum Markets in Enfield and Barnet. “Being a Mum of two myself I know who much stuff kids go through, the speed at which they grow out of clothes and items like push chairs, high chairs and cots which never last as long as you hope.” “The Mum2 Mum Markets offer an easy way to turn the items that you no longer need into cash and help other mums and dads with the expense of kitting out their babies and children with all the things they need. Parents come along and sell all sorts including books and toys as well as the already mentioned clothes and push chairs etc.” “I first found out about the Mum2Mum market myself as a customer and
found I was initially able to save money by buying nearly new and then by making money selling things my kids no longer needed. When I heard that the women who ran the markets was moving on, I decided to take over the local groups and have been running them for about 6 months now.” “The events offer more than just a opportunity to buy or sell, but give mums and dads the opportunity to speak to each other and gain real practical advice about bringing up children, what toys they really play with and what products they have found most useful.” “The markets take place every 4 to 6 weeks and alternate between St Stephens Church Enfield, our next one is here on the 19th May and LyonsDown Hall in Barnet on the 23rd June. Stalls start from just £20.” For further information on having a stall contact Nicole on Nicole@ mum2mummarket. co.uk or visit www. mum2mummarket.co.uk
An Audience with Kate Humble
Fri 1st June 8pm Tickets: £18 Full of wonderful anecdotes.
Alice in Wonderland
Sat 2nd June 2pm & 5pm Tickets: £17.50, £14.50 children, family of 4 £60 Fun-ﬁlled family musical!
Weds 13th June 8pm Tickets: £22 Remarkably compelling medium, amazingly detailed and always humorous. Call the Box Ofﬁce for further information or if you would like to receive our free cinema and entertainment brochure. WYLLYOTTS BOX OFFICE 01707 645005 Wyllyotts Theatre, Wyllyotts Place, Darkes Lane, Potters Bar, HERTS EN6 2HN www.wyllyottstheatre.co.uk
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A Light Bulb Moment We all use the technology that makes our mobile phones, watching tv and listen to the radio for granted! But did you know that the technology we take for granted today all started locally in the EN area. Part of the Centre of the Universe Goes Missing!
Sir Joseph Wilson Swan
As an electronics engineer, who once worked for the former Thorn EMI Ferguson company, I have a unique claim to fame. That of proclaiming that Duck Lees Lane, Ponders End, Enfield is the centre of the universe! To a certain extent the Institute of Physics supported this notion by sponsoring a plaque that was erected on site in 2009 and unveiled by the Mayor of Enfield. Recently it
was reported, by a senior council officer that the plaque, which had been installed on a building around six metres above ground level, has gone missing. Why am I so concerned about the loss and why have I made, what appears to be, such an outlandish claim? In 1886, Joseph Wilson Swan (1828-1914) (later Sir) moved his lamp factory from South Benwell in north-east England to a site beside the River Lea at Ponders End, Enfield. Although Swan had demonstrated a crude form of electric lamp almost twenty years before the American Thomas Alva Edison had registered his own version, he had failed to patent the device. Swan had naively believed that the technology he
had used was already in the public domain and well understood. Rather than fight an expensive legal battle in the courts over the invention Swan joined with Edison and the Ediswan Company (as it eventually became known) was formed.
each operation to free the particles ready for the next signal.
John Ambrose Fleming (1849-1945), a prominent scientist, was invited to join the company as a consultant to investigate the blackening on the inside of light bulbs, resulting from the “Edison effect”. This had been primarily caused, in Swan’s case, by carbon deposits released from his unique cellulosed thread filaments. Fleming had the Ponders End laboratory make a number of lamps with an extra electrode (anode) on which he carried out his experiments.
In 1904, Fleming registered an improved version of his earlier experimental device, the world’s first thermionic valve, a diode, (two electrode) British Patent No. 24850. The term “valve” was borrowed from mechanical nomenclature and implies a means of control. In the electronic sense, the diode valve controls the passage of an oscillating radio wave by allowing it to pass in only one direction. This is the method of detection which, after suitable processing, allows our radio receivers, to convert the radio signals which have been transmitted from the numerous broadcast stations around the world into intelligible speech and music.
After completing his work, Fleming took an extra consultancy with the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company. Being involved with Marconi may have given him the idea of improving the method for the detection of radio waves. Until then, the favoured device for detection was the coherer, an insulated tube filled with loose iron particles which conducted when a signal was applied. The device had the distinct disadvantage of having to be gently tapped after
It was perhaps fitting that the patenting of Fleming’s device had, in a way, made up for Edison claiming the invention of the electric lamp ahead of Swan. Edison himself, in the early 1880s, had concluded that the blacking on the inside of the light bulb was caused by electrically charged particles of carbon flowing as a current stream from the filament. He had also concluded that the current in the bulb varied with the temperature of the filament. This, he observed, was directly related to the
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Local News and Events supply voltage. Apart from constructing an “electrical indicator” as a result of his experiments, it would appear that Edison had not attached any other commercial value to his discovery. However, it was Fleming’s understanding, and his commercial grasp, of the importance of Edison’s discoveries regarding the electron emissions as current flow from a heated filament which allowed him to seize a missed opportunity which he exploited. Appreciating what Edison had missed, and also understanding the requirements for the detection of an oscillating wave, Fleming was uniquely positioned to make the discovery of the century. With the modified light bulbs from Ponders End, Fleming was able to bring together, for the first time, the technology of the lamp and the electronic control of a wireless signal. With the extra electrode
(anode) the electric lamp had effectively become the diode valve. In a way, Fleming’s discovery might be considered an act of fate, or perhaps natural justice, as he had made up for Swan’s slowness in registering his invention before the American. It can be claimed, on the basis of Fleming’s work on Swan’s electric lamp that the post-industrial revolution – the technological revolution - began at Ponders End, Enfield. The diode valve was only one of many exciting industrial firsts for the Lea Valley region. From this simple beginning has grown the multimedia communications industry of today and the way has been paved for even more exciting technological developments in industry,
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entertainment and leisure. When the Olympics came to the lower Lea Valley, in 2012, it was the embryonic technology, developed in Duck Lees Lane, Ponders Enfield that allowed the athletic events to be beamed live around world as they happened for everyone to see. At the present rate of electronic progress it is almost impossible to imagine the rapid growth of communications technology one hundred and fourteen after Fleming’s patent. Even Swan himself, who had pioneered and witnessed many remarkable scientific achievements, which, for the day, would have probably seemed equally unimaginable, could not have dreamed of how far
we have come. While writing this piece I have been informed that the plaque is in safe keeping. Apparently it was taken down and stored by a conscientious site developer and will be reinstated when building work is completed. Now residents of Enfield can relax and feel justly proud that Duck Lees Lane will once again return to the centre of the universe, the only place on our planet where the post-industrial, the technological revolution, began! Dr Jim Lewis (author of several Lea Valley books by Libri Publishing Limited, www.libripublishing.co.uk)
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Don’t Get Hacked
Passwords are critical gatekeepers to our digital identities, allowing us to access online shopping, dating, banking, social media, private work and life communications, and protect our valuable data. In recognition of World Password Day which took place on May 3rd, multiaward winning consumer cybersecurity company, BullGuard, offers some important tips on how to create strong passwords and reminds us why it is so critical to have better password habits.
Beware hackers Many people use simple passwords, such as; ‘1234567’, ‘qwerty’ and even ‘password.’ However, using simple password cracking programs hackers can crack these passwords very easily. These ‘bruteforce’ programs make multiple guesses at high speed until the password is fully cracked. The program may take a few minutes or years; it all depends on the complexity of the password. If the password is simple it can
be cracked in seconds. At the same time many people use the same username and password for all of their accounts. Hackers can run programs that enter stolen username and password details on tens of thousands of sites until one hits. When it does, they have access to any number of your accounts and credentials. You may practice good security on your home computers but organisations that hold thousands and millions of customer records, including user names and passwords, are consistently hacked, exposing all the information they hold. This data is typically put up for sale in the hacker underground.
Good password practice Some of the easiest-toremember passwords aren’t words at all but collections of words that form a phrase or sentence. This could be the opening line of a novel, a poem or even a song, sometimes with some numbers and symbols thrown into the mix.
Complexity is good, length is also critical. It used to be that an alphanumeric password only 8-10 characters in length was ideal. But these days, it’s increasingly easy for hackers to build extremely powerful and fast password cracking tools that can run through tens of millions of possible password combinations in a second. Each character you add to a password makes it an order of magnitude harder for hackers to attack via brute-force methods. •Don’t use the same password on multiple websites. If a website is sensitive, that is, it stores personal information such as name, address and card numbers, this information can be used to make purchases in your name. ￼ •Don’t use the password you use for your email account at other online sites. If an e-commerce site you are registered with gets hacked, there’s a high chance that your password, once cracked will be tried for other accounts, including your email.
•Do use two factor authentication if available. Most online services now offer this and it works by adding an additional layer of security to your personal accounts. This can help reduce the risk of particularly nasty cybercrime like identity theft, phishing scams and online fraud. •In summary you should use passwords that are lengthy and with some numbers and symbols randomly thrown in. It’s important to adopt two factor authentication, and if you use the same username and password on all accounts it can leave you extremely vulnerable.
Extra security Of course it can be difficult to remember secure passwords if they are created properly. As such password managers are a good option. They automatically create strong passwords for you and securely store them, so for each online account you have you can have a robust password that is easily remembered.
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Cycle Paths Without the Controversy
Ask any local resident and the introduction of the cycle lanes throughout Enfield is still a very controversial issue. But in some parts of the country there are cycle lanes that are being used and enjoyed. Great Britain excels in cycling, hosting celebrated challenge rides like the Peak District’s Eroica in Derbyshire, Scotland’s TweedLove Bike and the UK National Track Championships in Manchester. But one of the best things about UK cycling is simply taking off spontaneously on a trail. Here are some ideas for exploring the UK on two wheels…
Long-distance Hebridean Way
This new long-distance ride (link is external) spans the length of Scotland’s Outer Hebrides island chain. The 185-mile route crosses 10 islands in the archipelago – and it’s packed with paradise beaches visitors might not expect in the UK. Surprise trailside treats: Calanais Standing Stones (link is external) which pre-date Stonehenge, the historic Butt of Lewis Lighthouse (link is external).
Bay Cycle Way
Starting at the nature reserves of Walney Island, this flattish route (link is external) follows a spectacular yet often underrated coastline. Pedalling 81 miles through the Cumbrian and Lancashire countryside, cyclists can enjoy bird-watching in RSPB reserves and eating in the many gourmet restaurants in the village of Cartmel. Surprise trailside treats: Coniston Priory Buddhist Centre, the art deco Midland Hotel.
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Celtic Trail West
The Celtic Trail runs across Wales at its widest point with the west section (link is external) connecting Swansea and Fishguard via the spectacular Swansea and Pembrokeshire coastlines. The seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot are also worth a visit. Surprise trailside treats: The sand dune forests of Millennium Coastal Park (link is external), the Brunel Trail (link is external).
South Coast Way
This 360-mile coastal route from Dover, Kent to Dawlish in Devon stops at the seaside towns of Brighton and Hastings.
Fun and family Two Palaces Ride, London
This two-mile loop (link is external) takes in more than just the two palaces of the title. The relaxed start from Buckingham Palace leads to a laidback ride through the Duke of Wellington Arch and into Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens on its way to Kensington Palace – best ridden on a Sunday. Surprise trailside treats: Hyde Park’s Serpentine Gallery and Apsley House.
Monsal Trail, Peak District
In Derbyshire’s Peak District National Park, the trafficfree Monsal trail offers flat, easy cycling along the old Midland railway line with great views of the limestone dales. The eight-and-a-half mile trail, from Blackwell Mill in Chee Dale to Coombs Road at Bakewell, blasts through six moodily lit tunnels, up to 400 metres long.
Holidays Fallowfield Loopline, Manchester
Head south from the HSBC UK National Cycling Centre and you’ll find the 16-mile traffic-free route to South Manchester.
Derby Canal Path and Cloud Trail
Flat, well-surfaced riverside riding (link is external) starting in Derby and ending at the engagingly named Cloud Quarry where cyclists are rewarded by wonderful views.
A popular 18-mile, predominantly traffic-free railway trail (link is external) taking in Padstow, Bodmin, Wadebridge, and Wenford Bridge; a delightful mix of Cornish woodland, birdlife and wild estuary.
Surprise trailside treats: The Secret Tea Garden at Miller’s Dale.
Lagan and Lough Cycle Way, Northern Ireland
The Lagan and Lough Cycle Way (link is external) is a 21-mile, mostly traffic-free route from Lisburn to Jordanstown via Belfast. Cyclists can enjoy biking along the Lagan Towpath and Belfast Lough, with spectacular views inland to Belfast’s hills. Surprise trailside treats: Kingfisher-spotting in the Lagan Valley Regional Park and Belfast’s most famous pub, The Crown Bar.
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Cuckoo Trail, Sussex
The Cuckoo Trail gets its name from an old Sussex tradition of releasing a cuckoo at the Heathfield Agricultural Show. Running from Polegate near Eastbourne to Heathfield itself, it covers 11 familyfriendly miles of traffic-free tarmac and gravel along a railway line. Surprise trailside treats: See if you can spot Artist Steve Geliot’s wooden benches carved from storm damaged oaks, Hailsham village and nearby Michelham Priory, a medieval monastery-turned-country house and museum.
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Are you in need of a Sunshine Break?
Have you, like the team at EN Magazine ,had enough of the cold and rainy days and started to imagine escaping to a hot destination full of sunshine and the opportunity to treat and spoil yourself? Well hereare a couple of ideas to whet your appetite. Luxury and privacy at the new, all-inclusive ROBINSON Club Noonu on the private island of Orivaru, Maldives • Opened on the 15th November 2017, situated on the private island of “Orivaru” on Noonu Atoll, Maldives, the newest luxury development in the Maldives Appeals to: – Couples and young affluents: looking to experience the trip of a lifetime in an exotic and private island setting – Families: looking for a little more for their luxury. The Robinson WellFit® programme ensures that there are plenty of activities for all the family to enjoy including beach volleyball, badminton, soccer, water polo and slacklining ( similar to tightrope walking) – Families with babies and toddlers: can make use of the ROBY® Baby club (while parents have the option of babysitting, plus baby pack on arrival with necessities
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such as a baby bath, changing mat, bottle warmer, crib, and fresh baby food) – Ocean and marine life lovers: The Maldives are famous for their mesmerising underwater wonders; diving and snorkelling are key must-haves in the search for a dreamy holiday in the archipelago. Noonu Atoll won’t let you down, an endless and fascinating playground with reefs and populated by myriad small and big sea creatures including eagle rays, soldierfish and blue-lined snapper, plus the possibility of grey reef sharks. With fantastic visibility, the Maldives have some of the clearest waters on Earth, with all year round water temperatures at 20°-30°C (68°-86°F), and lagoons often reaching 32°C (90°F) so great waters to snorkel with all the family – Spa & wellness: guests have the option to work out at the resort gym with numerous fitness and wellness programs via the Robinson club WellFit® programme: Aqua Fit, Pilates, Yoga or a customised workout with a personal trainer, it’s up to you. Spa with Finnish and bio sauna plus treatments such as herbal steam infusions, massages, facials and Ayurvedic treatments from the expert spa team ROBINSON is a premium club resort brand and a TUI
Holidays subsidiary. The global portfolio currently contains 23 club resorts in eleven countries worldwide Rate: Prices for a week start from £1,135 per person for a week all inclusive Sawasdee krab! Welcome to ROBINSON Club Khao Lak Opened November 2017 on an unspoiled beach resort in the south of Thailand, Khao Lak remains calmer and quieter than other coastal destinations, offering stunning secluded beaches. The spacious resort grounds, in the midst of nature, are nearby the Khao Sok National Park, which is covered by the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world, perfect for total relaxation. Appeals to: – Active holidaymakers: who can enjoy a wide variety of sports as well as excursions into the nearby national Khao Sok National Park – Active and health-conscious families: can benefit from the WellFit® element of the club with a gym and on-site spa (for details see opening in this release) – Golfers: ROBINSON has three golf courses available in close proximity. Other sport offerings include the tennis programme, which has a ROBY® tennis school for ages 6–17, ROBY® ball school for children aged 3–5 plus tennis school for adults – Foodies: Delicious food is in abundance at the resorts four restaurants – with local, Thai cuisine and modern European options – Water sport enthusiasts: can sign up to one of the certified diving courses, weekly paddleboarding courses and kayak hire The details: Robinson Khao Lak features 320 rooms, comprising
villas, bungalows, suites and double rooms spread across 280,000 square metres with 6 pools. The property is the biggest Robinson Club to date. Rate: Starting from £1725 per person for a week all inclusive Patong Beach, Thailand Patong Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Phuket, full of bars, clubs and restaurants for a fun night out in the evening and an extensive list of water sports to try during the day. Patong Beach is 49% more affordable in June in comparison with the most expensive month. The top endorsements for visiting Patong Beach are nightlife, beaches and food. Where to stay: Amari Phuket is a one minute walk from the beach and offers spectacular views of the private beach and emerald waters. The property also boasts two outdoor pools and a luxurious spa for a relaxing break
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Holidays Where to stay: the Chapel Woods Bed and Breakfast is a perfect choice of a place to stay near the Koala Sanctuary of Lone Pine. It is set in a central location and is as beautiful as comfortable. The outside pool is perfect for a summer BBQ and tanning sesh.
away from the hustle and bustle of the town. Guests can also benefit from the two onsite restaurants serving Italian and seafood cuisine, along with a bar serving delicious cocktails and an extensive list of wine. Gold Coast, Australia Gold Coast is mostly known for being the surfing capital of Australia, but with its long sandy beaches, array of theme parks and long sunny days, there’s something for everyone. The Gold Coast is 34% more affordable to stay in February than it is compared with the most expensive month, so an even better excuse to visit and soak up some rays. Top endorsements for visiting Gold Coast are beaches, theme parks and relaxation. Gallery image of this property Where to stay: AVANI Broadbeach Gold Coast Residences is a 10 minute walk from the beach and with entertainment and restaurants scattered along the beach side, you’ll never be short of things to do. The apartments have BBQ and kitchen facilities for making meals in your home away from home. There is also an outdoor pool to dip in and unwind when you’re not surfing the epic waves and exploring the bustling streets of the Gold Coast. Brisbane, Australia Brisbane is the perfect place to take in the summer sun. Additionally Brisbane is a great place to delve into your nature side. In Lone Pine, there’s a Koala Sanctuary where you can cuddle these cute natives and make a happy memory that is sure to last a lifetime. Oh! And you can also feed the kangaroos!
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Waitomo caves, New Zealand In New Zealand you can experience things that will put a smile on your face for years to come. One of the most magical experiences of them all is navigating the cave in Waitomo where millions of glowworms - little bugs that shine in the dark – live! The view thousands of little green dots twinkling in the cave walls is really incredible, like a fairy tale. Where to stay: If you want to stay near the cave, the Waitomo Caves Guest Lodge is a very good option. It’s very well equipped to make a comfortable home away from home and has a beautiful view of the countryside. Visit booking.com for further information
What’s On What’s On Rock For Heroes Fundraising in support of Help for Heroes Millfield Theatre Saturday 19th May 7.45pm £22.50 Are you ready to ROCK! Immerse yourself in the incredible new live music experience with Rock For Heroes. Bringing the perfect combination of your favourite Rock & Pop artist across the eras, in celebration of an incredible cause Help for Heroes. We will be collecting for this amazing cause, after every show. Performed by a full live rock band and superb singers, It’s the must see show of the year. With music from artists such as Dire Straits, Status Quo, Queen, David Bowie, Madonna, Spandau Ballet, Bryan Adams, Elton John, Simple Minds and so many more. You won’t see a bad wig here, this isn’t a tribute act this is simply paying tribute, the best way we can to the legends in music. Be part of Rock For Heroes. www.millfieldtheatre.co.ukBox office: 020 8807 6680 Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella Wyllyotts Theatre Tuesday 22nd May 7pm Tickets: £15, £13 concs Delayed live screening. Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella is a thrilling and evocative love story set in London during the Second World War. The internationally acclaimed choreographer’s interpretation of the classic fairy tale has, at its heart, a true wartime romance. A chance meeting results in a magical night for Cinderella and her dashing young RAF pilot, together just long enough to fall in love before being parted by the horrors of the Blitz. www.wyllyottstheartre.co.uk Box Office 01717 645005 Sweet Charity Presented by FFBOS Dugdale Centre Monday 7th - Saturday 12th May 2018 at 7.45pm Saturday Matinee 12th May at 2.30pm Tickets £15 to £18 FFBOS return this coming spring for Cy Coleman and Neil Simon’s iconic romantic musical comedy. Made famous on the screen by Hollywood star Shirley McClaine and Rat Pack legend Sammy Davis Jnr, let FFBOS transport you back to the swinging 1960s where we meet Charity Hope Valentine, a girl who always looks on the bright side of life and is just looking for love. Sweet Charity is the much loved
stage musical with a huge heart, that will be brought to life by North London’s premier musical theatre company. www.millfieldtheatre.co.ukBox office: 020 8807 6680 The Counterfeit Stones Fake It Black Thursday 17th May at 7.45pm Millfield Theatre, Tickets £25 Why pay a fortune to see ants in a stadium when for a fraction of the price you can get up close and smell the faking brilliance of the Counterfeit Stones described as Rolling Stones’ hooky masterpiece. Their latest fast shuffle, FAKE IT, BLACK promises yet another night of pure, unadulterated Copy-Rock. Now in their 27th year, these Prank-Stars continue to deliver the best “Mock ‘n’ Roll” show on the circuit. Packed with big hits, retro fashion, vintage guitars and a huge dollop of “Spinal Tap” humour, it’s Satis-fiction guaranteed. www.millfieldtheatre.co.ukBox office: 020 8807 6680 Faith - The George Michael Legacy Wyllyotts Theatre Thursday 24TH May 7.30PM Tickets: £23.50 A stunning celebration of one the greatest singer–songwriters of all time. Featuring international George Michael tribute Wayne Dilks and his 8 piece band. A musical journey of 35 years of hit records, from Wham to his solo career, the show uses actual video footage from The George Michael 25 live tour and is a two hour spellbinding spectacle of his songs such as: ‘Club Tropicana’; ‘I’m Your Man’; ‘Faith’; ‘Fast Love’; ‘Outside’; ‘Freedom’; ‘Father Figure’;’ Careless Whisper’ and many, many more. If you are a fan and you know every word of these songs, join us on a journey and celebrate the incredible legacy George left us all. www.wyllyottstheartre.co.uk Box Office 01717 645005 That’ll Be The Day Wyllyotts Theatre Saturday 16th June 7.30pm Tickets: £26 The UK’s premier Rock & Roll production That’ll Be The Day returns with another chance to see its latest most popular show! Highly acclaimed for its stunning LIVE entertainment value, That’ll Be The Day is an outstanding celebration for all true fans of the golden era of popular music. This latest production features a fantastic line-up of smash hits
spanning the 50s, 60s & 70s, plus more side-splitting comic sketches, all performed live on-stage! Prepare for an unforgettable night of nostalgia, laughs and ROCK ‘N’ ROLL! www.wyllyottstheartre.co.uk Box Office 01717 645005 REGULAR EVENTS AND CLUBS Grange park Horticultural Society based at Cheyne Walk Allotments Trading Hut Open Saturday’s and Sundays 10 – 12 am. Details from Secretary, Evelyn 0208 363 4708 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Adorned Community Gospel Choir - Meet on Tuesdays 7:30pm9pm at St Paul’s Centre, 102 Church Street, Enfield, EN2 6AR Come sing your heart out with Adorned Community Gospel Choir. Be uplifted and encouraged by upbeat contemporary and classic Gospel songs. All are welcome, no auditions, no need to read music. sign up at adornedvoicesuk@ gmail.com or visit www. adornedgospelchoir.com Tel: 07980550542 Albany Badminton United play at Oasis Academy,South Street,Ponders End every Wed.8.30pm to 10 pm. All standards welcome.Open for over 16 years old.£5 a session. We have 4 courts and good facilities.Large car park in Falcon Rd. very near the school.Contact Sheila Nielsen on 0208366 1901 for more details or just turn up on the night. Enfield Arthritis Group Frist Wednesday of the month 6pm to 8pm The Art Town 29-30 The Town Enfield Whether you have arthritis or care for some with the condition Our Group is for You For more information about the group please email enfieldarthritissocialgroup@ outlook.com or call Arthritis Care on 020 7380 6522 Second Sunday Car Club The Plough Pub Crews Hill Enfield Middx 10-00 to midday Bring something interesting along with two, three or four wheels FaceBook#Second Sunday Car Club Hertfordshire Showband 60 strong Community Concert and Marching Band based in Potters Bar. Core age teens and young adults, but with several senior members as well! Brass, wind and percussion players always welcome to join us. Very sociable group with lots of good
gigs and fun activities, including Lord Mayor’s Show, Disneyland Paris, Christmas Concert. Rehearsals Monday nights, Mount Grace School, Potters Bar. Training Band 7pm to 8pm Senior Band 8pm to 9.30pm Membership just £12 per month – uniform supplied. Many instruments free on loan. Contact Terry Barnes 01707 650209 Mary Magdalen Bridge Club meets at the Mary Magdalen church which is at the corner of The Ridgeway/Windmill Hill. We meet on Monday afternoons at 1.30 pm when we welcome improvers and players of all standards and on Fridays at 10 am. We play Chicago . Cost is just £ 2 per session and your first visit is free. We also provide tea/coffee & biscuits. Come & join a friendly club where you will enjoy playing this wonderful game. For more information call Malcolm on 02082452587 or email@example.com Southgate Photographic Society are a friendly group of amateur photographers who meet on Tuesday evenings in St Paul’s Church Hall, Winchmore Hill, 8.00 – 10.00 pm, term time, to socialise and improve our skills. We would really like to meet you – please email Mike on info@ southgatephoto.org.uk for further information. You are warmly invited to join us to share in Soup & Conversation Every Wednesday 12 noon – 2pm At Grange Park Methodist Church Corner of Park Drive/Old Park Ridings N21 2LS Queries 07930 920941 www.grangeparkmethodistchurch. com Enfield N.H.S. Retirement Fellowship. We meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month at Enfield Community Care Centre, Gater Drive, EN2 0JB at 2 p.m. Meetings include illustrated talks, quizzes and discussions, plus local visits. Membership is open to all National Health staff, their families and those working in social care services. For details please contact Brenda Hurford on 01707-655297 or at firstname.lastname@example.org North London Morning Orchestra meets in the Scout Hut at the bottom of Slades Hill, down the lane opposite the Jolly Farmers every Wednesday morning
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What’s On You are warmly invited to join us to share in
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Every Wednesday 12 noon – 2pm At Grange Park Methodist Church Corner of Park Drive/Old Park Ridings N21 2LS Queries 07930 920941 www.grangeparkmethodistchurch.com between 10.00 and 12.00. Subscriptions £60 a year, single GPMC soup.indd 1 sessions £2.00 (First two sessions are free) For further information contact Amanda Ladell on 0208372 Enfield Town Model Railway Club We meet every Thursday from 8pm to 10pm in the small hall (at the rear of) St.Pauls Centre, !02,Church Street, Enfield, EN2 6AR. (bottom of Windmill Hill). Prospective new members always welcomed
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alternate Thursday Evenings. Enfield Decorative and Fine Details from Penny on 01707 16:18 Arts Society Meet on the last 05/04/2018656446 or visit www.Potters Bar Thursday of the month 10.00a.m.- Film Makers co.uk and watch some 12.00noonSt Paul’s Community Members’ Films. Centre, Church Street, Enfield. Varied programme of lectures Enfield Woodcarving Club is a given by excellent speakers. small local friendly woodcarving We welcome visitors and new club which meets once a week members. for more information go on Tuesday evenings between to www.enfield-dfas.org.uk or call 7-30 pm and 9-30 pm in Enfield. 020 8367 3171 Chace Community School Enfield EN1 3HQ New members of all Potters Bar Film Makers. abilities always welcome. Tools A very friendly club, meeting at and tuition available. Ring George Wyllyotts Centre, Potters Bar on 07703219022 for further details or come along any Tuesday and have a look.
Useful Contact Numbers
Enfield Borough Police Crime Prevention Office Crimestoppers Neighbourhood Watch Anti Terrorist Hotline Hertfordshire Police
020 8807 1212 020 8345 1102 0800 555 111 020 7963 0160 0800 789 321 0845 330 0222
Enfield Council 24 Hour Contact No Hertsmere Council Hertsmere Out of Hours Welwyn & Hatfield Council Welwyn & Hatfield Out of Hours
020 8379 1000 020 8207 2277 0845 300 0021 01707 357 000 0800 111 4484
NHS 111 Chase Farm Hospital 020 8375 2999 Barnet Hospital 020 8216 4600 North Middlesex University Hospital Switchboard 020 8887 2000 Potters Bar Community Hospital 01707 653 286 Age Concern Enfield 020 8375 4120 Alcoholics Anonymous Gamblers Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous
0845 769 7555 08700 50 88 80 020 773 0009
Childline Cruse Bereavement Care Helpline Samaritans
0800 1111 0870 1671677 0845 790 9090
RSCPA 24 Hour Emergency Vet
0870 555 5999 01992 762699
Three Valleys Water Freephone Leakline Thames Water Freephone Leakline National Gas Emergency Service Freephone London Electricity Freephone
0800 376 5325 0800 714 614 0800 111 999 0800 0280 247
National Rail Enquiries Congestion Charge Phone Line
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Whist Drive Every Thursday 1.30p.mActivity room 1st floor Skinners Court 1 Pellipar Close N13Admission £2.50 includes raffle and tea and biscuits. Details contact Pat 0208 482 3449 The Enfield Writers’ Workshop meets on Friday evenings from 8 to 10 at Salisbury House, Bury Street West N9 to promote Creative Writing of all kinds.No age restrictions. Currently only £5 a year required. Details from Eric 020 8367 3169 or Bernard 020 8364 5464.
Winchmore Hill Writers We’re a small,friendly group who meet on occasional Sunday afternoons in Winchmore Hill to develop our skills and for mutual support. Group lead by Christine Vial,experienced tutor and published writer.All kinds of writing and levels of experience (including none) welcome. Please contact me for dates, topics and cost of future sessions Christine 0790 5209 459 or christine@ roomofherown.plus.com
Southgate and Enfield Friendship Centre We meet once a month on the first Monday (except Bank Holidays) at Ruth Winston House 190 Green Lanes. We have regular talks of various interest, quizzes and self contributing meetings as well as a lunch club. We are a small but friendly crowd and welcome new members. Entrance £2.00 per night for further details ring Pat on 020 8482 2852 0r Veronica 0208 888 9739
The North London Humanist Group provides activities for the non-religious to meet likeminded people. They meet on the second Thursday of each month (ex.August & December) for discussion meetings at 7.45 pm at the Ruth Winston Centre, 190 Green Lanes, Palmers Green, and have meals out, theatre visits, etc. Current events: www. northlondonhumanists.org.uk/ E-mail: email@example.com Tel.Secretary: 020 8886 4176
1.45 Ladies Group We are a friendly group who meet every Wednesday, in term time, at 1.45pm in the church hall at Grange Park Methodist Church, Park Drive, N21 2EU. We enjoy a variety of speakers, slide shows, quizzes and outings.Contact Carol - 0208 360 4081or Sue - 0208 367 8489
Oaklands Badminton Club Held at Dame Alice Owen’s School, Sports Hall, Potters Bar every Tuesday 8pm to 10pm. There are 5 courts always available. Membership is by invitation and new members with experience are always welcome. We are a small friendly club with social events organised throughout the year. If you are interested please contact Yvonne for more details. 01707 642328, firstname.lastname@example.org
Radio Enfield Radio Enfield broadcasts music, news, quizzes, interviews and items of local interest 24 hours a day to patients in Chase Farm Hospital on channel 1, and can also be heard on www. radioenfield.co.ukRecord request programmes are broadcast every night from Sunday to Friday at 8pm and can be telephoned in on 020 8363 6000 or emailed to email@example.com
What’s On Enfield National Trust Association meet twice monthly, one afternoon at Holtwhites Sports & Social Club and one evening at Enfield Grammar School. We have summer outings, London outings, theatre visits & lectures, please check our website; enta.btck.co.uk for details or ring Peter on 020 8363 1568. Enfield Over 50s Computer Clubmeets first Sunday of every month at St John’s Hall, Strayfield Road, off Theobalds Park Road, Enfield EN2 9JP from 10.30am to approx 3.00pm Our website is www.enfieldcomputerclub.com or phone Eric at 0208 366 6162 Enfield Civil Service Retirement Fellowship Meets once a month, and has speakers of various kinds, often with slides, and we are open to both ex civil servants and non Civil Servants. We meet at St Andrews Church Hall, Silver Street, Enfield EN1 3EG on the 1st Monday of the month [2nd Monday if a Bank Holiday] at 10am for a 10.30 am start. For details, please contact Sue Sims 07946 901 856 or susanksims@ gmail.com Potters Bar & District Photographic Society Wyllyotts Centre Potters Bar Mondays 7.45pm to 10pm. Contact Ann on 01438 832504 Competitions, lectures, practical sessions; we are a keen group of amateur photographers of all abilities. New members very welcome. Enfield & District Fuchsia Society Now in our 50th year. Meet at Capel Manor, Bullsmoor Lane, Enfield. 2nd & 3rd Wednesdays of each month 7-45 - 9-45 pm. Demonstrations, talks, advice, regular speakers. Beginners warmly welcomed. Free entry to our show, in July.
Christmas party in December. For further information tel: Roy Fenwick 020 8292 6965 or Mark Mendes 020 8368 6670 Enfield Video Makers meet the first and third Tuesday of the month from 8pm to 10pm at St Stephen’s Church Hall, Park Avenue, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, EN1 2BA. Demonstrations, film making and advice. Phone Eric at 020 8366 6162 or see our website at www. enfieldvideomakers.co.uk Cuffley Floral Art Club We are a friendly flower arranging club meeting every 2nd Tuesday in the month (except January and August) at Cuffley Hall, Maynards Place from 8pm10pm. Doors open from 7pm, visitors always welcome. For more information ring Jackie 020 8441 3663 or Val 01707 889447 Oakmere Bridge Club Held at Wyllyotts Centre, Darkes Lane Potters Bar every Monday, 7.30 p.m. to 10 p.m. We are a small friendly club and would welcome new members. We have vacancies for improvers and intermediate players We play Chicago Bridge. Interested? Then contact Robert 01707 658677 Janice 01707 850983 Winchmore Folk Dance Club meets every Tuesday morning between 10.00 am and 12.00 noon at The Village Hall, St.Peter’s Church, Grange Park, N21 1RJ to enjoy folk dancing from every era. Experienced callers used. All welcome, including beginners. Come and join us for a taster session. Contact Gillian West 020 8360 6226 Grange Park (Evening) WI would love you to come and join us at 7.30pm on the first Monday of each month in the Main Hall,
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Grange Park Methodist Church, Old Park Ridings, London N21 2EU for an evening of entertainment and friendship usually involving a speaker and sometimes a quiz. We also organise social events and other activities. For further details please contact Chris on 0208 360 4029 or why not take a look at our website at www.grangeparkeve@ weebly.com. The Rotary Club of Edmonton Venue - The Winchmore 235 Winchmore Hill Road Winchmore Hill London N21 1QA 020 8886 6385 Meeting each Wednesday 12.30pm - 2.30pm Southgate Rotary Venue - Jolly Farmers 2 Enfield Road Enfield Middx. EN2 7QS 020 8363 1917 Meeting each Monday 6.30pm for 7pm Enfield Chase Rotary Venue - The Coffee Lounge Enfield Baptist Church Ceceil Road Enfield Middx. EN2 6TG 020 8360 9403 Meeting each Thursday 7.30am Rotary Club of Bush Hill Park The Winchmore, 235 Winchmore Hill Road, Winchmore Hill, London N21 1QA 020 8886 6385 Meeting each Wednesday 6.30 for 7pm
‘perform’. There is plenty of time to engage with every attendee Call Doug on 020 8363 9444 for more details or to book your place Thursday 24th May Enterprise Enfield’s FREE Get the New Biz Know How Seminar, 9.30am - 12.30pm (FREE) For More Details and to Book: visit www.EnterpriseEnfield.org or call 020 8443 5457 Tuesday 5th June North London Chamber of Commerce workshop in partnership with ActionCOACH 5 Ways to Massive Profits! For More Details and to Book: visit www.nlcce.co.uk or call 020 8443 5457 Wednesday 6th June Enterprise Enfield’s Steps to Starting Up Your Own Business Taster Session – for Women in London (FREE) For More Details and to Book: visit www.EnterpriseEnfield.org or call 020 8443 5457 Monday 11th June Enterprise Enfield’s Steps to Starting Up Your Own Business Taster Session – for Women in London (FREE) For More Details and to Book: visit www.EnterpriseEnfield.org or call 020 8443 5457
Business Events YBC Breakfast Networking Enfield Tuesday 15th May Tuesday 29th May Bringing together sole traders, business owners and managers across a range of sectors, breakfast networking is a great way to expand your knowledge base, build connections and develop opportunities not only for themselves but also fellow members. Running between 8am - 10am, Unlike other breakfast networking events, the morning is relaxed and visitors are under no pressure to
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