The Enfield Society
The Enfield Society is a registered charity. The objective of the Society is the conservation and enhancement of the civic and natural environments of the London Borough of Enfield and its immediate surrounding area ("the area of interest"), for the public benefit. It was formerly known as Enfield Preservation Society, which was founded in 1936 and renamed in 2007. We have around 2000 members and the Enfield Society is one of the most active amenity societies in the country, with a record of vigorous action in defence of the local environment by practical conservation and campaigning.
Our head office, Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane, Enfield, is open to members for informal meetings and social events. The special interest groups organise walks, coach outings, working parties and other activities and a quarterly newsletter is distributed to members. Other TES publications include a local footpath map, guided walk booklets, postcards and local histories.
TES has representatives on London Borough of Enfield's Conservation Advisory Group, London Green Belt Council, London Forum and other bodies. The Society is administered by a management committee, elected annually, on which each special interest group is represented.
Our work focuses on the conservation and enhancement of buildings and groups of buildings of architectural quality or historic interest.
Defend the integrity of the Green Belt.
Protect and improve open spaces and views.
Ensure that new developments are environmentally sound, well designed and take account of the relevant interests of all sections of the community.
Assist in the preservation and maintenance of footpaths, commons and rights of way.
If you wish to join The Enfield Society, please visit our website.
- Street: Jubilee Hall, 2 Parsonage Lane
- Postcode: EN2 0AJ
- City: Enfield
- Telephone: 020 8363 9495