Bring your golf team or join one of The Nightingales teams for our fun charity Golf Day at Enfield Golf Club. The day will include: Registration with bacon butties, tea and coffee plus a shotgun start
Competitions include: Nearest the pin & nearest the Nightingale.
A paved garden that has been created from scratch in just 3yrs. Its owner has created raised flower beds out of reclaimed wooden tracks and has managed to create an oasis of calm and tranquility by using Hollyhocks and other tall plants.
Adoramus Choir and Ensemble invite you to their summer concert to be held on Saturday 30th June 2018 at 7.30p.m. in St Luke’s Church Browning Road Enfield EN2 0HG. This is the first concert the Choir has given there.
Diverse 40 metre plot with lawn dominated by large weeping willow, giving dappled shade over fan palms, grasses, ferns and climbers. Patio with exotics in pots. Fruit and vegetable garden with large banana plant, grapevine, olive, climbing roses, greenhouse and goldfish pond.
Attention passengers! We are sorry to announce that all services out of Gigglesworth Station are delayed!
Gather around Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis on platform one as they pass the time by sharing the classic tale of The Railway Children.
Find out about the creatures on Forty Hall Estate who need delicious bugs and insects for their food!
Discover other ways that Forty Hall’s creatures get their nutrients and make a bird feeder to take home and attract wild birds to your garden.
Now in its 6th year!
This year there will be new surprises, great live music and the same much loved atmosphere at Forty Hall.
There will be craft stalls and hot food stands including amazing pizza and Indian street food.
A row of historical railway cottages, tucked away from the bustle of Wood Green nr Alexandra Palace, takes the visitor back in time.The tranquil country style garden at 2 Dorset Rd flanks three sides of the house.
Watch the joyous, uplifting rescue story of spider monkey Pepe and how lioness Kiara was reunited with her cubs. A unique preview screening of Animal Planet’s ‘Dodo Heroes’ show dedicated to Animal Defenders International’s epic mission in Peru.
Dreaming of that stunning new outdoor furniture set, or trading in your old barbecue, but can’t quite justify the price?
Come and join Capital Gardens, London’s largest group of independent garden centres, for an exciting evening of discounts, food, drink and entertainment on Tuesday 19th June, 6pm-8pm.
Alexandra Palace Garden Centre, Alexandra Palace Way
Vintage Fridays present
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Come down and experience finger lickin’ Jamaican soul food in a quality venue featuring a Rolls Royce DJ line up to none on weekly rotation:
Fatman & Colonel
Back to Basics
SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE #SNL
Join us for an exclusive Sunday Night Live experience. We are bringing you spectacular talent from across the UK, all to one stage!!
Quality ooozes the atmosphere, with the best unsigned acts in town!
An exotic 250ft T-shaped garden, threaded through what was once an Edwardian orchard. Dramatic, mainly spiky, foliage dominates, with the focus on palms, agaves, dasylirions, aeoniums, tree ferns, nolinas, cycads, bamboo, yuccas, cacti and several hundred types of succulent. Aloes are a highlight.
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers.
Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.
Three distinct areas. Walled patio with raised beds of ferns, climbers, hostas and patio planters. Steps up to middle garden with a large koi pond, seating area, acers, shrubs, herbaceous plants, grasses and grapevine. Top garden reached via archway in a the bay hedge.
Come out to Five Miles on 1st July from 12noon! We have a fantastic line up of DJs including Richard Fearless (Death in Vegas) and Gabe Gurnsey (Factory Floor), plus the chance to win a Tesla car for a long weekend of your choosing, or just come for the BBQ by Hale Brewery and culinary delights by Torshi!
A silent pitch, a still football. Footie strips, shin pads, shiny boots. A kick of the ball, it flies, it soars … it scores ... GOAL!
Our journey begins with grass stained knees, Astro Turf and champions.
A very sunny, 120 foot south-facing garden, planted for colour. Brick-edged borders and over-flowing containers packed with masses of traditional herbaceous and perennial cottage garden plants and shrubs. Shady area at the bottom evolving as much by happy accident as by design. Uneven ground in places.
When we bought this property 3 years ago, the garden was a sloping wilderness covered with brambles and tree stumps. While the builders were busy renovating the house we worked on transforming the garden. The only thing left from the original is the large Bramley Apple tree.
The Chingford Singers and Gentlemen of the Parish Church Choir present a short concert of popular choral music by Brahms, Bruckner, Handel, Haydn & Stanford. Part of a weekend of musical celebrations marking the 40th anniversary of Michael Emerson as Director of Music at Chingford Parish Church.
120ft garden with three water features, two lawns, two 1920s garden buildings, two terraces, 40 pots, woodland walk, a veggie patch, sculptures and ornaments. A host of plants including roses, hydrangeas, begonias, shrubs. Some of our sculpture and pottery will be on display.
Embrace and celebrate what you have, and who you are!
A unique introduction to the Basics of Burlesque Performance, fused with elements of physical theatre, stand-up and public speaking.
Showstoppers are proud to present this magical and well-known story. Come on a musical adventure with us, in our urban twist on the famous Wizard of Oz. Your feet will be tapping and your hands will be clapping at this fabulous show - suitable for 0 - 100!
TOM STADE: I SWEAR TO…
fter last year’s smash-hit tour, the comedy legend returns with a new show, picking up just where he left off. Welcome to ‘I Swear To’; as an hour just wasn’t long enough. Tom knows the times are a-changing and he wants time to know he won’t be changing with them.
Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Bar
53 Hoe Street, Walthamstow
The Army Reserve Centre in Barnet will have an open day on Saturday, 30th June. There will military vehicles and classic cars on display, stalls, refreshments and music. The classic cars will parade along the High Street in High Barnet from 10.30 am before taking up position on the Army Reserve Centre’s site.
As well as being open for public play, Chingford Golf Course is home to the Royal Epping Forest Golf Club, Chingford Golf Club and Chingford Ladies Golf Club. This exhibition brings together archive material from 130 years of golf on this historic course.
The View, 6 Rangers Road, Chingford
Today to Sun 24 Jun, Tue 26 Jun to Sun 1 Jul, Tue 3 Jul to Sun 8 Jul, Tue 10 Jul to Sun 15 Jul
Annual summer art show featuring local artists inspired by Epping Forest.
The View, 6 Rangers Road, Chingford
Sun 8 Jul, Tue 10 Jul to Sun 15 Jul, Tue 17 Jul to Sun 22 Jul, Tue 24 Jul to Sun 29 Jul, Tue 31 Jul to Sun 5 Aug, Tue 7 Aug to Sun 12 Aug, Tue 14 Aug to Sun 19 Aug, Tue 21 Aug to Sun 26 Aug, Tue 28 Aug to Sun 2 Sep
Melanie Lewiston, a talented milliner, will help you make a vintage inspired headband from millinery ribbon and veiling using traditional techniques. Create your own unique headband inspired by patterns and shapes found in Epping Forest and the natural world.
Come and see this all time favourite, Sister Act, on our 24 ft outdoor screen.
Bring your picnic, blankets and chairs as this is an outdoor screening.
All proceeds to The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre (Reg. Charity No: 1094435).
To book please see our website or call 0208 366 9674.
Lee Valley White Water Centre
If you go down to the Bothy Gardens today you’re in for a big surprise! This summer we are launching our first ever Teddy Bears Picnic. Bring your teddy bears to the Bothy Gardens for an exclusive picnic and enjoy a range of teddy bear fun and games.
Jeremy Gaskell displays "Two Ladies and a Strnge Place - Nurse Edith Cavell, Queen Astrid of the Belgians and Fernando Po". Organised by Cheshunt & District Philatelic Society. Contact for details: Mike Cording (Secretary).
The Spanish Ambassador’s Suite, Broxbourne Council Offices, Bishops’ College, Churchgate, Cheshunt
Come along to our special 15th Birthday Summer Fair on Sunday 1 July.
This year’s event is set to be our best yet, welcoming the local community to our grounds for a brilliant day of fundraising and lots to enjoy for all the family.
Contemporary town garden, created by the garden designer owner. The strong geometry of the garden layout is complemented by soft planting. Beds and borders brim with hydrangea, lavender and an abundance of perennials in shades of blue, purple and white.
Measure for Measure is very much a play for our times. With themes of corruption, abuse of power and sexual exploitation it holds a mirror to our world as much as in Shakespeare’s day. Duke Vincentio absents himself from court leaving his deputy Angelo in charge.
Little Oak Wood Open Air Theatre, Addison Way, Hampstead Garden Suburb
Join us for a summer’s evening of music in the grounds of Kenwood House for the ’Last Night of the Kenwood Proms’ with Katherine Jenkins OBE and The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by Paul Bateman.
Primarily a large romantic rose garden containing different areas of interest, incl a newly acquired extension, planted with a variety of new trees, shrubs and perennials. This garden is host to a variety of reclaimed materials incl some interesting stone ornaments, pots and salvage.
A very peaceful English country garden packed with herbaceous borders and perfumed rose beds with wonderful containers to the patio area with a beautiful handmade lead fountain. A haven of tranquillity to be enjoyed.