Mon 10 Nov 2014
Supporting Local High Streets this Holiday Season
There’s plenty going on in Palmers Green, Southgate and Winchmore Hill this festive season, take the opportunity to stroll down our high streets and support our local community. Enjoy the community activities scheduled in the weeks ahead as we approach the busiest shopping period of the year.
Your pounds spent in locally-owned businesses have three times the impact on your community as those spent at national chains. When shopping locally, you simultaneously create jobs, invest in neighbourhood improvement and promote community development.
What’s Going On in Palmers Green
Palmers Green Christmas Lights Ceremony, Thursday 13th November 3.30 pm
Palmers Green Triangle
The Christmas Lights will be switched on By David Burrowes. Hazelwood School Choir will sing a variety of carols & Anthony Webb will be handing out mince pies!
What’s Going On in Southgate
2014 Southgate Chamber of Trade Christmas Festival
November 14th and 15th , Southgate London, N14
Don't forget to visit Southgate on Friday 14th November at 4pm for the switching on of the Christmas tree lights on the roundabout and singing Christmas carols. There will be reindeers, mulled wine and hot chocolate and on Saturday 15th November there will be ice skating , more reindeers, horse and carriage rides, stalls, music and you might catch a glimpse of Elsa and Father Christmas.
Bring the Family and your camera!
What’s Going On in Winchmore Hill
ST NICHOLAS FAIR, N21 - N21.net are once again arranging a fabulous Christmas Fair on 13th Dec which will raise money for Noah's Ark Children's Hospice; Enfield Autistic Society & Alzheimers.
- with 60 stalls, an ice rink, children's activity area and lots, lots more - The organisers, will pedestrianise Winchmore Hill Green once again and bring a Christmas wonderland to the heart of Winchmore Hill N21.
"Anthony Webb offer a professional approach they are honest, friendly, and reliable. Their communication was great every step of the way and they always had all the relevant information available. A big thank you to Susan and Martin"