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About London Borough of Enfield

Enfield has a long and distinguished history which has something for everyone. Walk in the footsteps of Tudor kings and queens, explore grand houses of ages past, stand where Guy Fawkes stood when hatching the gunpowder plot, or immerse yourself in myth and legend with a visit to the site of Camelot Castle. The Whitewebbs Museum of Transport is housed in an 1898 pumping station and has an impressive collection of old vehicles including motorbikes, vintage delivery vans, classic cars, fire engines and a model railway. Walk through forest and fields at Trent Park great place to enjoy a picnic.

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Enfield Connections provide support on matters including volunteering, community services, housing and planning, visit for more information.

Enfield Disability Action provide services including advocacy services, deaf services and independent living services, read more on their website:

Enfield Carers Centre is a charity that offers advocacy services, support for young carers and a 'Time for a Break' scheme, for more information visit their website:

Our Voice Enfield is a parent led organisation that aims to improve services for children and young people with disabilities or special educational needs in Enfield, read more here