This Week in N21

This week in N21: The 'True' tale and the blatant lie


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See what offers N21 businesses have for YOU


BodyGem Top To Toe Introductory Offer

ChaSamba - Strictly for those who want to get fit!

Drapemasters Shutters

Enfield Golf Club Winter Membership Offer

GLEE Choir taster

Tuesdays at Giovanni's

Grange Park Horticultural Society Trading Hut Offers

Cardio Tennis at Hazelwood Sports Club

Monkey Music Complementary Class

Free taster for Montessori Baby Groups

North London Fitness Free Taster

On Broadway 2 for 1 Thursdays

Parlez vour Francais?

Trent Park Golf Club Player Evaluation Offer

Vicars Moor Tennis Club free coaching






N21 Experts

Keep it simple, stupid!

says Nutritionist Denise Chester

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Is stress ruining your life?

asks Stacey Chapman

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 How well do you understand your legal responsibilites as a dog owner?

Clare Grierson provides some useful guidance

more details here



 What to do before you apply for a mortgage

Mark Edwards will tell you

more details here


Is there such a thing as the right diet for you?

ask Nutritionist Kim Knight

more details here




Ten Top Tips for a Happy Home

Rochelle Cutler has some sensible advice

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What's new in N21



New dancing classes

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Are you looking for a pre-school place in

Winchmore Hill in September 2015?

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Rugby Tots is recruiting for the new team!


more details here



Join The Friends of Grovelands Park

more details here

Become a Friend of Firs Farm

find out how to join here

Join The Grange Park Horticultural Society

more details here

The North London Organic Gardeners

more details here


Local Residents Associations

Fox Lane & District Residents Association

Grange Park Residents Association

Grovelands Residents Association

Western Enfield Residents Association

Winchmore Hill Residents Association





Check out who is building near you 


2015 Planning Applications

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N21 Estate Agents




New & Updated Business Pages



Agha Interiors


Enfield Community Acupuncture
Gaia Nutrition

Kiki Builders & Home Improvements

Montessori On The Green

Muddy Mutley Dogcare

Natural Look Dogs

North London Yoga For Kids

Owen Roberts Decorating

Parent Partner

Soccer Revolution

Slimming World with Georgia

Total Wellness Clinic

Total Wellness Nutrition

Vape and Juice



The view from the Fox Lane bridge




 and after Network Rail began its latest vegetation clearance

The vegetation along the rail-side is a beautiful and much-loved aspect of Palmers Green and Winchmore Hill. It's a joy to residents. It's a haven for many, many species of wildlife. It's also an essential barrier between the railway and the hundreds of houses that back onto it. The extreme clearing that NR have undertaken at points along the rail-side completely ignores this. I am firmly convinced that the brief for their independent survey was to find any and every tree that might pose the slightest problem in years to come; rather than manage the vegetation regularly, they are clearing the decks completely in places without any thought for residents whatsoever. The fact that we were only notified two weeks before the works began, our concerns aren't really of any importance to them. Our landscape is scarred. All in the name of cutting costs for a business, one which is apparently answerable to no-one. We would like to change that.

Matthew M


If you would to tell Network Rail what you think come along to

the Fox Lane Bridge,

Monday March 2nd, at 11am



The end of the line for this important

Winchmore Hill landmark?



Not if Mike McClean and thousands other local people can help it!

Sign the petition to save the Green Dragon here

over 3,000 signatures in a week!

Read more about Mike's attempt to save our local landmark here

Well done Mike for starting this, I am sure a lot of people share your views, so people of Winchmore Hill please support this campaign


Once upon a time, a long time ago, a Dragon came to a village called Winchmore Hill. The Dragon lived there for hundreds of years & the villagers came to have to have fun & celebrate at lunch times, evenings & especially weekends. The Dragon had many different people look after it over the years & as people came & left the planet, the Dragon stayed & saw many colourful occasions. Then, one day some people came to look after the Dragon & weren't very good at it. They tried to turn it into something else. Things didn't work out & after a while, the villagers didn't come so much. The Dragon was sold to some other folks who wanted to kill it!

Along came a brave hero called Mike McClean, who called all the villagers to stand up to the Dragon killers & demand our old Dragon back. Give back our ancient Dragon to Winchmore Hill!







Safer Neighbourhood Team

February Newsletter


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The new Greenways cycle path is now open, from Enfield Town to Grange Park


Commission a portrait of your home

 Contact Rachel Oxley

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This lovely print of Winchmore Hill

 can be ordered from Holly Francesca

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N21 New Businesses



Adelphia is a taste of Greece on Masons Corner

more details here



Eugene Lusardi opens Gaia Nutrition

more details here



Winchmore Hill's farmers market 

the new heart of the community on Sunday mornings?

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Join the Park Run in Grovelands Park

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Can you help your local community?








Have you reserved your free tickets yet?

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 If you live between Hoppers Road and Green Lanes have you completed your

Fernleigh Road Quieter Neighbourhood Survey yet?



If not, here is the link




Watch the Enfield Cycle new video to find out how the cycle scheme will help

"local businesses and high streets thrive and make them more more accessible pleasant places to visit"



More details here



View the Cyle Enfield proposed routes here



Maxine Spencer explains to Cllr Chris Bond

how Mini Holland could destroy their family business

 more details here


David & Teresa Colman, owners of The Only Place For Pictures

explain their concerns about Mini Holland

 more details here


Cycle from Enfield to Haringey with Paul Smith

not for the faint hearted!

see here


Ten Reasons Why YOU should 

Live Local Spend Local

Read them here


Local Community Groups


 Fill That Hole





 Twenty is Plenty in Winchmore Hill

more details here



Click on the image for details about the local support group

What makes the North London Hospice so special?

Chickenshed Theatre Changing Lives