Tagged in ENFIELD

Where Is Camelot? Near Cockfosters, Since You Ask

Where Is Camelot? Near Cockfosters, Since You Ask

Arthurian realm at the end of the Piccadilly line. | By M@
Why You Should Go To... Enfield

Why You Should Go To... Enfield

High praise for this north London town. | By Will Noble
London's Most Unusual Cash Points

London's Most Unusual Cash Points

Cockney, cosmopolitan and futuristic ATMs. | By Zoe Craig
A Trip To The Pubs At London's Extremes

A Trip To The Pubs At London's Extremes

You can't drink in the capital further out than these spots. | By Sam Cullen
Why Does London Have So Many World's Ends?

Why Does London Have So Many World's Ends?

Hint: not because of anything apocalyptic. | By James FitzGerald
The Curious Case Of Elizabeth Canning

The Curious Case Of Elizabeth Canning

One of 18th century London's biggest mysteries. | By Laura Reynolds
The Best Of Enfield In Photos

The Best Of Enfield In Photos

Lovely locks, ageing trees and the odd griffin. | By Laura Reynolds
Visit London's Other Transport Museum: Whitewebbs In Enfield

Visit London's Other Transport Museum: Whitewebbs In Enfield

Eccentric and brilliant. | By M@
Why Was The World's First Cash Machine In Enfield?

Why Was The World's First Cash Machine In Enfield?

And why did Reg Varney christen it? | By Will Noble
London's First Homegrown Sparkling Wine In Centuries Launches Today

London's First Homegrown Sparkling Wine In Centuries Launches Today

Volunteers harvest the grapes that are made into London's first sparkler for centuries. | By Londonist
The Best Of Edmonton In Photos

The Best Of Edmonton In Photos

From graveyards to high rises. | By Londonist
Cinderella: Book Now And You Shall Go To The Ball

Cinderella: Book Now And You Shall Go To The Ball

See Cinders at Millfield Theatre. | Sponsor
Divine Dance And Live Music For Enfield's Black History Month

Divine Dance And Live Music For Enfield's Black History Month

October shows at Millfield Theatre & Dugdale Centre. | Sponsor
London's Little Gardens: Angel Gardens

London's Little Gardens: Angel Gardens

Fly tipping zone becomes recreation ground. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Forty Hall: Escape To The Country Without Leaving London

Forty Hall: Escape To The Country Without Leaving London

Escape to the country without leaving London. | Sponsor
House Prices In Newham, Lewisham, Enfield Rising By More Than 16% A Year

House Prices In Newham, Lewisham, Enfield Rising By More Than 16% A Year

The housing crisis ripple effect. | By Rachel Holdsworth
North London Suburbia Celebrated In Here Film Festival

North London Suburbia Celebrated In Here Film Festival

Palmers Green, Bounds Green, Winchmore Hill, Enfield. | By Lindsey
Pop Up Learning For Everyone At EnfieldThinks

Pop Up Learning For Everyone At EnfieldThinks

Featuring historical and geeky talks. | By Lindsey
Town Hall Free Sheets Given Deadline To Cease

Town Hall Free Sheets Given Deadline To Cease

Government threatens legal action. | By James Drury
Councils Defend Social Housing Against Right To Buy

Councils Defend Social Housing Against Right To Buy

While low income families are forced out of London. | By BethPH
From Maya Angelou To Mandela: October Is Black History Month

From Maya Angelou To Mandela: October Is Black History Month

Talks, exhibitions, poetry and film. | By James Drury
Explore The Greenhouses And Garden Centres Of Crews Hill

Explore The Greenhouses And Garden Centres Of Crews Hill

A quirky day out in Enfield's horticultural mile. | By Lindsey
Vegetarian London: Warda Restaurant Review

Vegetarian London: Warda Restaurant Review

Ex-Fakhreldine chef's new Lebanese restaurant. | By Sejal Sukhadwala
Mimetic 2013: Visual Theatre, Cabaret, Comedy & (Sock) Puppets

Mimetic 2013: Visual Theatre, Cabaret, Comedy & (Sock) Puppets

Explore the wild side of performance in Enfield. | By Lindsey
TfL Confirms Takeover Of West Anglia Rail Services

TfL Confirms Takeover Of West Anglia Rail Services

TfL gets three lines and 23 stations. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

More London-oriented trivia for a Monday morning. | By Dave Haste
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

News, featuring jolly japes for cyclists, rowers and twitchers. | By SallyB2
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

In which we round up the Bank Holiday Weekend news so you can get on with dusting off your barbecue. | By SallyB2
Going Underground: Ross Ashmore Paints Every Tube Station

Going Underground: Ross Ashmore Paints Every Tube Station

An epic project coincidentally coming to fruition in the Tube 150 anniversary year. | By Lindsey
Preview: Black History Month

Preview: Black History Month

Films, music, writers, food, craft and exhibitions all through October. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Top 10 Things To Do In The Borough Of Enfield

Top 10 Things To Do In The Borough Of Enfield

A mysterious moat, an infamous shop, industrial heritage and an historic cashpoint. | By Lindsey
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

It's a mixed news bag this weekend. Bit like the weather. | By SallyB2
MoD Confirm Olympic Missile Sites

MoD Confirm Olympic Missile Sites

Six sites confirmed. | By M@
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

More London-oriented historical anniversaries for a Monday morning. | By Dave Haste
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Friday news. With a triple helping of Boris. | By SallyB2
Lansley Rubber-Stamps A&E Closure In North London Hospital

Lansley Rubber-Stamps A&E Closure In North London Hospital

Chase Farm A&E gets the chop | By Londonist
Last Chance To Vote In Best Of Boroughs Film Awards

Last Chance To Vote In Best Of Boroughs Film Awards

Entries from twelve London boroughs are duking it out for a £2,000 prize. | By Franco Milazzo
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Thursday's other news. With a heavy police presence. | By SallyB2
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Thursday news, featuring stag beetles, mayoral candidates and much much more. | By SallyB2
London Riots: Warehouse Fire Hits Indie Record Labels

London Riots: Warehouse Fire Hits Indie Record Labels

CD and DVD stock burns up with the Sony warehouse in Enfield | By Lindsey
Breaking News: Rioting Reported In Enfield

Breaking News: Rioting Reported In Enfield

London sees further violence following last night's riots in Tottenham. | By M@
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

It's been 44 years since Reg Varney opened the UK's first ATM, in Enfield. | By Dave Haste
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

So the world didn't end. Here's what has been happening around the capital in the meantime... | By SallyB2
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

News. Featuring crime, technology, sport and the economy. | By SallyB2
Another Night Of Council Cuts

Another Night Of Council Cuts

Enfield, Hackney, Greenwich, K&C and Westminster turn up the swinge. | By M@
Weekend Round Up

Weekend Round Up

Featuring angry residents, angry football fans and angry pensioners. Chill chaps, it's Sunday... | By SallyB2
Mapped: How The Cuts Will Hit London's Councils

Mapped: How The Cuts Will Hit London's Councils

This colour-coded map above shows the estimated change in revenue spending power for each council in 2011/12. As the cluster of red segments show, the East End seems to be hit particularly hard. | By Dean Nicholas
Extra Extra

Extra Extra

By SallyB2
Extra Extra

Extra Extra

By SallyB2
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

By SallyB2
Call For CCTV To Guard Memorials

Call For CCTV To Guard Memorials

By Dean Nicholas
Plaques To War Heroes Stolen From Enfield Park

Plaques To War Heroes Stolen From Enfield Park

By M@
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

By SallyB2
London Loop: 2. Cockfosters to Enfield Lock

London Loop: 2. Cockfosters to Enfield Lock

By M@
The Brothers of Enfield

The Brothers of Enfield

By SallyB2
New Mortuary For North London

New Mortuary For North London

By Hazel
Money For Myddleton House Gardens

Money For Myddleton House Gardens

By Lindsey
The Saturday Strangeness

The Saturday Strangeness

By NeilA
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

By SallyB2
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

By SallyB2