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Enfield Town Christmas Festival

Published Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Enfield Town is the place to be this season as it plays host to a number of fantastic festive treats, the fun has already started so make sure you don’t miss out.


A wonderful way to spend the season… come and see the Hall dressed for Christmas! Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday - 6 till 22 December 2012. Call 020 8363 8196  - There are only a few tickets available!

Friday 30 November till Saturday 1 December - A Christmas Carol

Enfield Libraries and Museum - a celebration of Dickens 2012.

Children’s Activities:

Friday 30 November – Sessions start at 10.00am last session at 6.00pm.

Saturday 1 December – Session start at 10.00am last session at 4.00pm

Making Christmas decorations

Victorian Christmas card making

Victorian Christmas cracker making

Christmas story time

Tickets are available from Enfield Town Library. See the replica Victorian Parlour in the Community Room. There will also be readings from Dickens ‘A Christmas Carol’ in the Library. Watch out also for the Library Café seasonal specials!

Join in the party mood at The Dugdale Centre:

Soul2Funk – Friday 30 November, 8.00pm – Live music club night with bar.

Fit for Christmas? – Saturday 1 December – 1.00pm to 5.00pm – Why not join Enfield’s Fit for a day of Yoga, Zumba, Bokwa, Body Combat and Dance.

Dance Now, Think Later – Link Academy ’s Christmas Dance Show – Sunday 2 December – 7.30pm

For all Dugdale bookings contact Millfield 020 8807 6680 - check out our website for more festive treats and panto entertainment for all the family. 

Cllr Bambos Charalambous, Cabinet Member for Leisure and Culture said “As we gear up for Christmas Enfield sees a whole host of great festive treats that you can get involved in.

“From parades, fantastic Christmas markets and great shopping to atmospheric tours of magical Forty Hall and get fit programmes. There is something for everyone this Christmas in Enfield .” 

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