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  • Modon20720
    London, UK19 contributions
    I hadn't been back to Trent Park since the building works began, but recently joined their running club and have discovered so much more of the park. The new estate is not too intrusive, there's still miles of footpaths, it's quite easy to get lost.
    My rating is for the outdoor space, I haven't tried the toilets or cafe, but it's a jewel, easily reached on foot from Cockfosters or Oakwood, also plenty of parkingI think there is a minibus from Oakwood.
    You can also walk from here through Hilly Fields and on to Whitewebbs or Forty Hall, yet more Enfield open spaces.
    Written 30 June 2022
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  • ShaunH290
    London, UK1,877 contributions
    We don't know how much the students are involved in the design and execution of these gardens, but it is certainly worth a visit! Like all good gardens, there are various "rooms" and the scale means that you can get some good ideas for your own garden, too, with some gardens deliberately aimed at that market.

    With 30 acres in total, a restaurant serving hot and cold food, along with a gift shop selling various things as well as plants, you could easily spend a long time looking around and getting ideas.
    Written 10 June 2022
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  • Andreyevich
    London23 contributions
    My wife and I enjoyed our second visit to this lovely place. It is free to visit though there is a reasonable parking charge. We are fortunate to have this place in Enfield. It was good to see more areas opened after the lockdown. I enjoy reading about Augustus Bowles' ideas and ambitions for his garden. We were a bit worried about the Japanese knotweed sample getting out of control but no doubt it is being carefully managed.
    There is a cafe where we had a light bite; there is outdoor seating as well.
    A pity perhaps that the house, or at least a few rooms, cannot be visited, as it must once have been a fine residence.
    Written 13 June 2022
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  • Matvl
    4,237 contributions
    Forty Hall makes for a great outing, especially if you pick a day with the farmers market. Bring the dogs, go for a walk, explore the area. Does the job well!
    Written 8 August 2021
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  • Ryan M
    1 contribution
    I have been past this place so many times over the years.I went Sunday just gone for a Ford day as I had my car on show.What a great place,So much to see and the staff are so friendly helpful and enthusiastic.A must for a visit and the cafes really nice too.I can not wait to return.WELL WORTH THE VISIT
    Written 28 June 2022
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  • NBLondon
    London, UK489 contributions
    Purely by chance we booked an early slot for Parkside Farm and we were pleased we did. Whilst due to Covid-19 restrictions you must pre-book online as they limit numbers to each session (you have two hours in which to pick your fruit and veg) the best of the fruit had all but disappeared by the time we finished our session at 11.30am.

    That said, we got what we wanted and the strawberries and raspberries were delicious (less so the very tart blackberries).

    You don't go to Parkside to save money - they charge a little more than most supermarkets for their fruit per kilo - but you go because it's fun, especially with kids. They start to better understand where their food comes from.

    The farm is easy to find and parking is plentiful, though in unrestricted times I can see that the place could be heaving. We had fun and will be back again later in the summer.
    Written 22 July 2020
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  • Matvl
    4,237 contributions
    This is a spacious and well maintained park. Playing fields, courts, space to walk dogs, ponds to explore and a cute community cafe.

    Written 2 March 2019
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  • LondonGjayne
    London10 contributions
    I have adored and prayed here for over 22 years. I could live in this beautiful, welcoming and historical church. It fills me with a sense of love, strength and peace. I have been visiting St Andrew's on and off for over 30 odd years but to pray for over 22. It soothes my pain and rejoices with me, my Joys. Long may St Andrew's remain the focal point of Enfield Town and beyond. God Bless. Jayne Marsh of Enfield.
    Written 9 May 2019
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  • PatsyCline_12
    London, UK77 contributions
    This holds many childhood memories, and some things do not change. It is a peaceful park maintained by the Lodge volunteers. The park is three parts. The first section is landscaped, the second open land and the third section with playground equipment. It is deceptively spacious.
    Written 16 September 2020
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  • siuxi
    9 contributions
    The park is lovely, safe and quiet, full of beautiful ducks and swans.
    Unfortunately, all the high part is a private golf club. The first time I saw the green amazing hill, I thought it was part of the park and immediately fancied to go there. Then I discovered that the only thing you can do is a walk through an often muddy track between the private golf fields 😯
    Another less pleasant aspect is that sometimes the rubbish collection is poor, so the bins are full and the wind blows the rubbish all around
    Written 3 May 2021
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  • Expertno2
    2 contributions
    Lovely and clean park with lots of things to do for children of all ages. Highly recommended! One negative thing is thst toilets are not great....
    Written 1 June 2018
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  • Nicm2
    London, UK19 contributions
    This place is a hidden gem. The owner is really friendly and chatty and has really nice items. I wish I could buy everything!
    Written 21 October 2018
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  • Tony S
    London, UK289 contributions
    Some great stalls and fantastic food here. Not as traditional as it might be but if you’re in the town it’s a great place for fruit and veg, books or a takeaway!
    Written 29 August 2019
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  • EnfieldPeter
    Enfield, UK243 contributions
    This park/recreation ground has some nice features like the newish well built benches with hooped cycle racks, good paths and an excellent set of open air exercise machinery that can serve up to about 16 people at a time (about the best we have seen). The car parking area lets it down though - very drab, neglected and unkempt looking. Toilets hard to find if they are open at all. Good allotments though so about average overall.
    Written 15 May 2018
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  • j b
    London, UK38 contributions
    We had an amazing time at Go Ape! It's so well organised - the safe briefing is really clear at the beginning and they made sure that you knew exactly what you were doing. The staff are really friendly. The course is brilliant and surprisingly long - the Tarzan jumps are fun and quite scary! It wasn't very busy when we went so no queues which was great. You're left to your own devices for the majority of the time which is really good so you can go at your own speed - but staff are always dotted around if you need help. It's a good 2-3 hours and really, really fun. Dress accordingly and be prepared to get a bit muddy.

    Water is available throughout the course BUT the only negative is that the toilets are absolutely disgusting and look like they've never been cleaned. They aren't managed by Go Ape I don't think so am not changing rating because of it - but be warned. They're filthy.
    Written 31 October 2021
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