I hope that you are all keeping well and are looking forward to a nice Summer break, whether you are going away or having a “Staycation”, I hope that you have fun.
This team of students from Enfield Grammar School took up the challenge to set up their own business as part of the Young Enterprise Company Programme.
Summer months are fantastic if
you’re selling your home. Natural light, blue skies and sunshine can do wonders for the appearance of a property, evening viewings can be carried out in daylight, windows are open so everywhere smells fresh, gardens are full of colour, and everyone just seems to be in a good mood.
Yet another successful event – truly magical!!!
We all had such a fantastic time.
We are now into the warmest months of the year where we are going to be spending more time with friends and love ones. That may mean going abroad on holiday, taking a break somewhere nice in the UK or even attending social events.
With the summer holidays coming up you may be taking a short or long break away, or staying to enjoy the UK sun with a BBQ party at home. Keeping unwanted guests from entering your home should be a top priority; keeping you, your belongings and property safe and secure.
This year is the 80th anniversary of the start of World War Two. The Museum of Enfield will be hosting a free exhibition at the Dugdale Centre, opening on 20 July 2019 until 19 April 2020.
Edmonton-based performing arts school Platinum Performing Arts (PPA) is launching a project to help prevent violent youth crime, funded by the National Lottery, Community Funding Project.
I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t making things – even as a kid. I would cut apart my own clothes to make outfits for my Barbie dolls, styling their hair and creating a catwalk of my creations.
Associated with sun, warm weather and holidays. For some it’s a joyful and relaxing time. For others, life’s challenges go on. Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle non-invasive touch therapy that can create dynamic improvements in your health and life.
We have massive needs amongst our young people today, not least in Enfield, and we set up Transitions UK as a charity nearly five years ago to meet the needs of what many have called a “lost generation” of young people.