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Enfield Deaf community marches on Council to stop cuts to their local project

View the video here A deaf support group with an uncertain future after council cuts has held a protest outside the authority’s offices.Enfield Disability...   Read More

Save the Deaf Project from Council Cuts

Please Support Enfield Deaf Image Group (ENDIG) ‘ Save the Deaf Project from Council Cuts’. ENDIG have planned a march to protest at the...   Read More

Choosing a residential care home – Focus on Dementia

Choosing a care home is a very challenging and stressful time, so speak to people who have been through this process, it will really help...   Read More

Happy New Year 2016

Happy New Year 2016, have a fantastic year, wishing you peace, success, good health and happiness form Enfield Together Magazine and Facebook community. Please...   Read More

Enfield Budget Consulations

One of many local consultations happening over the next few months and into next year that will have long lasting and deep effects on...   Read More

Enfield Council says “Don’t waste your pumpkin this Halloween”

Halloween has come and gone [Ed] and the days are numbered for our favourite spooky staple, the pumpkin! pumpkin Two in five of us will...   Read More

Have your say on first Cycle Enfield proposals

Residents, businesses and community groups have got the chance to shape a multi-million pound transport scheme which council bosses hope will revolutionise transport in...   Read More

Magna Carta celebrated in Enfield with fun events

This summer, Enfield Council commemorates the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, the peace treaty signalling the end of a conflict...   Read More

Bake – off contestant runs library café

Great British Bake Off’ contestant, Urvashi Roe, who appeared on BBC2’s Great British Bake Off Series 2 in 2011, is now managing the cafe...   Read More

Forty Hall by Candlelight

  A locally led project, featuring volunteers from the local area, will light up Forty Hall this Christmas time. The event ‘Forty Hall by...   Read More