Firs Farm Wetlands Festival - a day to remember

on Wednesday, 20 July 2016. Posted in N21 Community

 

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July 16th dawned, warm and dry

 

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More than two thousand people made it to the Firs Farm Wetlands, for what was a glorious celebration of this major environmental regeneration project.

 

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 Here are a few highlights. 

 

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 " We are always at our strongest when we are working together"

Cllr Bernadette Lappage, Mayor of Enfield

 

 Mayor Lappage's official charity is 'Enfield Sounds Great', celebrating musical talent across the borough.


The green space where East and West Enfield meet was full of music from noon til night.

 

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 Wetlands means water in lots of different ways

 

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with plenty of liquid refreshment

 

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and activities for young and old

 

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The political 'tug of war' continued 
watch the video to find out whether Labour or Conservatives win

 

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the Conservatives won the tug of war but Labour won the penalty shoot up!

 

 

 

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 Family moments, sitting in the sun


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or quietly contemplating our wonderful new space 

 

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 Congratulations to Mark Nolan on winning the Firs Farm Wetlands Photography competition


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Now that the crowds are gone, peace has returned, a special to celebrate any day of the year.

 

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Congratulations to Toni Guiver and the Friends of Firs Farm Wetlands,

with a little help from Enfield Council and Thames Water.


http://www.firsfarmn21.org/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More than two thousand people made it to the Firs Farm Wetlands, for what was a glorious celebration of this major environmental regeneration project.

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