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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Market beginning June 2017 at Ponders End Park.

See Ponders End Market flyer.



PECDT Festival 26/08/17

WATCH THIS SPACE for more details.



Healthy Food Tasting Event

Saturday 3rd June: The Enfield Parent Engagement Panel and The Food Circle will be hosting a food tasting event at Vinnies Cafe, VIncent House, 2E Nags Head Road, Ponders End, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. The event is open to all, not only those with children, and it is free of charge.


The event is intended to introduce a course which we intend to run in healthy, inexpensive, quick and easy cookery at home. The course will give those attending the opportunity to learn different styles of cookery and encourage them to involve the whole family in the preparation and enjoyment of home cooked food. The aim is also to improve general health through good eating practices.


This event gives you the chance to try some of the dishes which will be part of the course, to meet the tutors and the PEP Representatives and to ask any questions you may have. It gives us a chance to gauge the level of interest in the course and to gain any feedback on items of particular interest. 


To this end, we will ask you to complete a short questionnaire to assess your interest and to give us a means of keeping you informed about the arrangements for the course, if you wish.


We look forward to seeing you there!



Community Engagement Event.

25th March 2017.
ALL WELCOME!
Come and have your say about Ponders End. 11 – 3pm.
Fun activities for the kids. Refreshments.
At The Qube. 204 – 214 High Street, Ponders End.


The Qube
The Qube threw open its doors in March to local people for the ‘Love Ponders End’ community open days. A group of local people with the help of Ponders End Development Trust (PECDT) put on a two day event to reach out to Ponders End residents to see what their thoughts about the area were.

The aim of the event was to raise awareness around Community planning and the possibility of forming a local forum to influence the planning of the built up area. Thus giving local people more say on how their area develops.

A display of the changes and the regeneration planned for the area, helped locals get a clearer idea of what to expect over the coming years. Visitors were asked to pin where they live on a map of Ponders End and on another write their likes and dislikes.

Feedback from the day showed the events to be a great success with 75% of respondents wishing to be more involved.

There are further events planned and anyone wishing to know more should contact PECDT on 0208 443 3858 or email mariapecdt@btconnect.com