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Fine weather brings out bumper crowds to raise thousands of pounds for charity!

May 31, 2013


A big thank you to everyone who came out to support us at the 35th Annual Christ Church May Day fair on Bank Holiday Monday, 6th May. The fantastic weather helped to draw out the crowds and we raised over £7,000 for good causes! The fair was opened by Fr Peter, David Burrowes MP and Enfield born […]

Read All About It! World Book Day – Sunday 6th March 2011

March 6, 2011


When in town a few weeks ago, someone stopped me in the street and asked me to sign a petition against the closure of a library somewhere in south London. As evidence of my library-supporting credentials I explained how angry I had been at the idea of closing (or was it just moving?) Palmer’s Green […]

Communication – Sunday 6th September 2009

September 6, 2009


Palmers Green loses contact with the outside world! So declared our local newspaper in May 1912. To be more precise, “telephonic communication” was lost, after the only public call box in the area, outside Palmers Green Station, fell out of order. The ensuing chaos is reported in detail by The Recorder’s correspondent, who describes how […]