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Crown & Horseshoes

Crown & Horseshoes

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

New River

New River

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

Enfield Town Market

Enfield Town Market

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

Tanning Station

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.

Clock House Nursery

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.

Forty Hall

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.

Treacle's Tea Shop

Treacle's Tea Shop

A great place to pop in for an early breakfast!

Buckle and Vaughan

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

Greek on the Green

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

The Larder

The Larder

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

Winchmore Hill Green

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

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

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

Harris + Hoole

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

Trent Country Park

Trent Country Park

Beautiful fields and meadows and a delightful café in amongst the trees.

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

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

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

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

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Southgate has fantastic road routes in and out of London, which makes it the perfect place for families.

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What locals say about Enfield

  1. 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 coffee shops serving speciality coffee. A diverse community, great Turkish restaurant in the town. Saathi is the best Indian and fishandchips@londonroad is award winning

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

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

  4. 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.

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Child-friendly activities near Enfield

NCT Bumps and Babies

St Michael and All Angels' Church Hall
We thought is was important to have a group for parents to go to with their young babies so we started Bumps & Babies! The groups are for parents-to-be and new parents with babies up to 1 year old. All welcome! Tuesdays 2.30pm-4pm at St.Michael & All Angels' Church Hall at the corner of Chase Side and Gordon Hill EN2 0QP. Entry is £2.50 to cover costs ---includes tea/ coffee/ squash and biscuits. This is a not for profit group run by branch volunteers. Map & location details here: http://www.stmichaelsenfield.org.uk/contact Seeking Bumps & Babies volunteers for our Tuesday group: Can you help at Bumps & Babies? This popular group relies on volunteers to keep it going. Can you help Jean to put out chairs and mats Website

Bead Shop Fun

IndiviJewelistic Bead Shop
Kids can spend hours just choosing from the 100s of beads on offer! We have beads for girls and boys and an area where they can sit down and design their own bracelet with Trish on hand to help them finish off their creations -create a stretch bracelet (all age groups and most cost approx £4.00 -2.5 hours long and £30.00 and the young designers Website

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Baby Sensory in Southgate

Oakwood Baptist Church
Baby Sensory offers a world full of exciting & stimulating sensory experiences which give everyone a wonderful sense of well being. Activities and experiences vary weekly there is always something new. The developmental play session is a perfect time to socialise and build up relationships with other parents and babies. You can join at any point and the sessions are aimed at babies from birth to 13 months. Website

Baby Sensory

Oakwood Baptist Church
Baby Sensory offers a world full of exciting & stimulating sensory experiences which give everyone a wonderful sense of well being. Activities and experiences vary weekly, there is always something new. The developmental play session is a perfect time to socialise and build up relationships with other parents and babies. You can join at any point and the sessions are aimed at babies from birth to 13 months.

Southgate Baby Sensory

Oakwood Baptist Church
Baby Sensory offers a world full of exciting & stimulating sensory experiences which give everyone a wonderful sense of well being. Activities and experiences vary weekly there is always something new. The developmental play session is a perfect time to socialise and build up relationships with other parents and babies. You can join at any point and the sessions are aimed at babies from birth to 13 months. Website

NCT Bumps and Babies

Kiddicare
We thought is was important to have a group for parents to go to with their young babies so we started Bumps & Babies! The groups are for parents-to-be and new parents with babies up to 1 year old. All welcome! Mondays from 1.30pm to 3.30pm at Kiddicare Enfield Retail Park Crown Road EN1 1TH. Drop in - no need to book. As with our well established Tuesday Bumps & Babies the group is for pregnant mums and new parents with babies up to one-year. There is no entry charge for this group but all food and drinks will need to be purchased from the in-store cafe. Website

About Enfield

Enfield Town, also known as Enfield, is the historic town centre of Enfield, in the London Borough of Enfield. It is 10.1 miles (16.3 km) north-northeast of Charing Cross. Historically, Enfield was a collection of small communities spread around the royal hunting grounds of Enfield Chase. At the time of the Domesday Book the area was spelt 'Enefelde'. The village green later became the historic marketplace between the church and where the fountain now stands. A market is still operated in this area. Enfield Town has excellent bus links.

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