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From The Palmers Green Community Website by Colin Younger


Two of the jewels in the crown in Broomfield Park, the Greenery café and the Conservatory were

broken in to on the night of 17/18 February. Both of these are run on a non-profit making basis by

teams of volunteers.

The Greenery suffered the most damage. A tree trunk seat was thrown through one window and

another window was broken, probably as an easier exit route. The tree trunk was thrown through

with enough force to break the metal security bars on the inside of the window. The trunk can be

seen on top of the cooker. The photo also shows the mess created inside, so it was probably too

early to say what might have been stolen, but project leader Sarah Cotton says that this will not

daunt the volunteers and that they will be up and running at the weekend as usual.



Damage to the Conservatory was less, but a broken window and its frame will now need to be replaced. Neither of these groups keep money in their buildings overnight.

Needless to say, should anyone know anything about these incidents, the police will want to know. Contact Southgate Green police on 020 8721 2680.

Otherwise the best thing that anyone can do is to support these two voluntary groups which can be contacted via



FLDRA messages 7 October 2015
1.Cycle Enfield & Quieter Neighbourhoods:
2. MarketN13 going monthly and introducing more local suppliers:
3. Open Meeting of the Friends of Broomfield Park:
4. Broomfield Orchard Apple Day – Sunday 19th October – All Welcome:
5. Palmers Green Safer Neighbourhood Newsletter:
6. Southgate Green Safer Neighbourhood Newsletter:
7. Police Warning – Distraction Burglaries:
8. Cycle Enfield:
9. Talkies Cinema – Metropolis – 10th October – only a few tickets left:
10. Talkies Cinema:
11. Planning:

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FLDRA messages 7 May 2015
1. Neighbourhood Watch:
2. Broomfield Orchard – Bug Hotel Rebuild – Sunday 17th May:
3. The “Palmers Scream”: local people come together in response:
4. Winchmore Hill Local Police – Newsletter:
5. Parks Police Newsletter:
6. Planning:

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 FLDRA messages 9 April 2015
1. The Parks Locking Petition – still time to sign:
2. Fox nominated as an Asset of Community Value:
3. The Town Hall manuscript – more than just a rumour or April Fool’s trick:
4. Metropolitan Police – Safer Neighbourhood Review:
5. Broomfield Conservatory – Forthcoming Events:
6. North London Organic Gardeners – Next Meeting 30th April:
7. Winchmore Hill Ward Forum:
8. Winchmore Hill – Local Policing newsletter:
9. Planning:

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Fldra messages 27 November
1. FLDRA Christmas Event – 10th December 2014:
2. Quieter Neighbourhoods – Have you returned your Consultation Form yet?:
4. Volunteers Wanted for TV Show:
5. Enfield’s Highway Asset Management Plan:
6. North London Heat & Power Project:
7. Winchmore Hill Local Policing News:
8. Palmers Green Local Policing News:
9. Talkies Community Cinema – Forthcoming Events:
10. Planning:

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 Fldra messages 30th September
1. Bush Hill Park, Grange & Winchmore Hill Wards – Area Forum:
2. Protect your local NHS:

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The national, police non-emergency telephone number ‘101’ has now been adopted by every police force in England and Wales. It provides the public with one easy to remember number for contacting local police wherever they are in the country. While 999 is a well-recognised number used to report emergencies, the 2010 British Crime Survey found only 54% of the public know how to contact their local police if they want to talk to them about policing, crime or anti-social behaviour.

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