Enfield (40)Enfield Town is one of the jewels in the crown of the London Borough of Enfield.

The thriving Market Town boasts many of the best known high street stores located in the attractive, modern shopping centres.

These larger stores are complimented by the smaller, traditional local shops around the Town, many of which are still family owned and operated, offering personal service and a wide choice of quality goods at reasonable prices.

Enfield Town also benefits from a wide selection of banks and building societies; it even still has a main post office. A rarity these days!

The world’s first cash machine was introduced to Church Street’s Barclays Bank in June 1967. 


Enfield Town Market, owned and operated by The Old Enfield Charitable Trust, is run on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays throughout the year, and brings life and vibrancy to

Church Street. The Market as we recognize it, dates back nearly 400 years to 1618, when permission was granted by King James 1st. However, the market’s origins in Enfield can be traced back over 700 years to 1303.

Complimenting the varied businesses in the Town, is a wide selection of cafes, restaurants and public houses which operate throughout the day and into the evenings.

Enfield Town is also the home of the Enfield Civic Centre, the recently build Dugdale Centre with events and conference facilities including  a 150 seat theatre, and the new award winning Town Library in Church Street.

Enfield Town has it all, and after you have visited the Town, take a leisurely stroll around the splendid Enfield Town Park with its main entrance in Cecil Road.


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