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Fun-filled 2017 scheduled in Enfield’s parks

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23 February 2017

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A bundle of varied and fun events are coming up in Enfield's parks, just as the days are starting to brighten up and winter's cold grip is weakening.
 

  • Events schedule for the year ahead available online
  • Many activities are free of charge
  • Several events are sports based, supporting Enfield Council’s ‘Move More’ campaign

A bundle of varied and fun events are coming up in Enfield's parks, just as the days are starting to brighten up and winter's cold grip is weakening. 

Enfield Council will be hosting a variety of events in its parks. From Tai Chi to dog training; from funfairs to football training, there really is something for everyone.

Enfield Council's Cabinet Member for Environment, Cllr Daniel Anderson, said: "Many of the events in the borough's parks are free and there is something for everyone. 

“We are extremely lucky in Enfield to have so many open, green spaces and as the year rolls on, we have many exciting events scheduled and open to the entire community. I look forward to seeing many of you there."

Notable activities in the calendar include this month’s Walk Wild in Trent Park which explores the dense natural history of the park's ancient grounds, and the popular Palmers Green Community Festival, which takes place at Broomfield Park in September and always attracts large crowds from across the area.

Many of the activities are sports-based, helping to get Enfield moving in a drive to create a fitter, healthier and happier Borough, in line with the Move More Enfield campaign. 

For more information on what's on in Enfield, you can go to the Park Events page on Enfield Council's website. Details can also be found there if you would like to host an event in one of our parks.

Further information on what is going on around Enfield can be found in the Our Enfield magazine. See inside the publication for listings of what’s going on in Enfield’s parks as well as festivals, activities and theatrical performances.
 
Residents of Enfield are spoiled for choice with 124 parks and open spaces at their disposal. About 40% of the Borough's area is designated Green Belt. In addition ten parks in the Borough have a Green Flag, awarded to the best parks and green spaces in the country.

So whether Nordic Walking is your thing or classes for mums and babies, check out the jam-packed schedule regularly to keep abreast of what is going on.