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The local area guide to living in Enfield

Enfield is a north London borough located on the periphery of the capital, neighbouring Barnet, Haringey, Waltham Forest, and Hertfordshire. Enfield Town was originally a county of Middlesex, but eventually became a part of London in 1965. The area has a great history, as artefacts found at the beginning of the 20th century proved that Roman settlements existed in and around Enfield, particularly in Edmonton and Bush Hill Park.

The market right outside St Andrew's Church takes place three times a week, and has done so since 1303. Visitors can find all types of homemade and specialist goods here, and the Market House is a brilliant place to be entertained by buskers and performers. The Royal Small Arms Factory can be found at Enfield Lock on the River Lea, and was built after the Napoleonic wars to produce British military rifles, muskets and swords. It has since been closed, but the buildings have been redeveloped into residential homes.

Enfield is a highly vibrant and popular place to live for families, especially those who are looking for cheaper property prices than what can be found in Central London. Countryside lovers will enjoy the vast array of parks, gardens and fields in Enfield. Myddelton Gardens, Forty Hall, and Capel Manor College are among the beautiful gardens that can be found in this area.

Information about the local residents

Due to its ideal location and various other factors, Enfield's population has risen considerably between 2001 and 2009 (6.5%). However, the demographics have changed quite a bit, with over 17,280 people moving out of the area each year, and 15,600 people moving into the area from different parts of the UK.

Enfield is a very diverse area, with the largest ethnic group, White British, standing at 40.5% of the population, followed by 18.2% for White Other, and 9% for Black African. Other notable groups include Black Caribbean at 5.5% and Indian at 3.7%. The average age of people in Enfield is 36, with 52% of the population being female.

Nearby schools

There are over 90 schools located in the Enfield area, which gives parents many options for both primary and secondary education. St George's RC School and St Andrew's Church of England School are two highly recommended primary schools with good Ofsted reports.

For secondary education, Enfield Grammar School for Boys has academy status, while Enfield County School is a girl's comprehensive school that also offers sixth form courses and places particular emphasis on language.

For higher education, The College of Haringey, Capel Manor College and Middlesex London University all offer a range of different courses and subjects to suit all types of students.

Getting around

In terms of location, Enfield couldn't be placed any better. The M25 motorway allows commuters to travel to Central London in just half an hour. There are a number of railway stations that stop at Enfield Chase, Enfield Town and Bush Hill Park, which can take you to Liverpool Street, Seven Sisters, Moorgate and Finsbury Park. Enfield Town is also on the Piccadilly line, providing access to the London Underground.

Local shops

There are so many things to do in Enfield, and shoppers can rest assured that there are plenty of different outlets and places to buy whatever they are searching for. The Palace Gardens Shopping Centre has high street and retail shops as well as independent boutiques. Not only are there countless supermarkets to be found, but there is a wide selection of restaurants, offering all types of cuisine from different parts of the world.

For pub lovers, The Red Lion offers burgers, pizzas and is a great place to come to watch sports matches and regular live events. Crown & Horseshoes is a more traditional, family-friendly pub with a beer garden that is situated on a lovely spot by the river.

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