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A locals' guide to EN1

"Enfield has always offered excellent transport links into central London, from the steam trains of the past to today's modern carriages..."

Topsy Taiwo

"The jewel in Enfield's crown, Forty Hall and its surrounding parkland afford picturesque views."

Daniel Puddick

"Family-friendly Palmers Green offers everything from parks, to schools, to train services into the City."

Daniel Puddick

What is your favourite place?

Where do EN1 locals go?

Tanning Station

The best sunbeds in Enfield! Cheap prices and offering a wide variety of other beauty treatments. Experienced friendly staff who make you feel at ease from the moment you walk in.

Ellenborough Table Tennis Club

Whether you're a table tennis pro or just fancy taking up a new hobby, Ellenborough is a great fun and friendly club.

Enfield Town Market

Lots of lovely fresh bread (local from Barnet), pastries, Asian food and fresh fruit and veg, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Clock House Nursery

Gorgeous garden centre next to the grounds of Forty Hall offering top quality plants and seeds. It has free parking outside and is cheaper and not as busy as the other garden centres on popular Crews Hill.

Crown & Horseshoes

A charming pub in a beautiful area next to the New River. Lovely on a sunny day.

Forty Hall

Beautiful grounds to walk around with free admission. The perfect spot for a picnic and you can also go into the hall and learn about the history.

New River

A delightful place to walk the dog and plenty of pubs to visit along its banks.

Treacle's Tea Shop

A great place to pop in for an early breakfast!

Buckle and Vaughan

A contemporary restaurant serving European food in the heart of Winchmore Hill. On a sunny day, ask to sit by the front so the bi-folding windows are folded back and you can people watch.

Greek on the Green

Traditional Greek food that is authentic and well priced. From kebabs, to fish, to takeaway...

The Larder

A great deli that also sells local produce. Pop in for a snack or light meal.

Winchmore Hill Green

A lovely green space in the heart of Winchmore Hill. It is a great place to sit whilst watching the day pass by.

The Salisbury Arms

Burger night every Wednesday at The Salisbury Arms. £9.00 for a burger, onion rings, fries and a drink!

The Robin Hood

Surrounded by gorgeous fields giving you the "country feel" and an open log fire with sofas to sit on with a glass of wine in hand! They have the best dessert menu as well.

Harris + Hoole

As well as the usual coffee and cakes, they sell delicious iced coffee when the weather is warmer.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Forty Hill, Enfield Town, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Grange Park, Winchmore Hill, The Ridgeway, Southgate, Palmers Green and Chingford

What do you love about EN1?

Why do you find EN1 a great place to live?

Kirsten

"London's greenest borough - loads of parks and playing fields. Great transport links are only set to get better when TfL takes over the Enfield town line into Liverpool street. Gentleman's row is really pretty area with beautiful old houses and a meandering river. Many affordable Victorian and 1930s houses in the borough. The market square has great potential to improve and the town could do with some independent coffe... more

February 2015

Mehmet

"Lots of green space and also is much quieter then the city life. The only downside the A406 can be close."

December 2014

Local resident

"Many things: peace and quiet, green space, affordable period property, good shops and a proper town centre, fast train links to central London!"

May 2013

Local resident

"Enfield Chase is the best kept secret in London. Village feel, affordable period property, good schools, lots of green space, a proper town centre, and only 25 mins to central London by train."

May 2013

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"The world's first ever cash machine was installed at a branch of Barclays in Enfield in 1967."

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  1. About EN1

    The EN postcode area, also known as the Enfield postcode area, is a group of eleven postcode districts covering parts of northern Greater London and south Hertfordshire, as well as a small part of Essex.

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