Introducing the 'Charlie' mural

The wide-ranging ambitions of Enfield Council’s Angel Edmonton Town Centre Action Plan are being delivered with the start of transformational work around Fore Street funded by the Mayor of London.

The first of several art installations for the town centre was unveiled as the ‘Charlie’ mural. The completed mural ‘Charlie’ is inspired by the Leeds Street market trader of the same name who has worked as a green grocer for 70 years. The mural, designed by artist Albert Agwa and developed with Fisher Cheng Architects, was voted for by members of the public from three short-listed designs.

This project is part of a £2.2 million programme of works supported by the Mayor of London’s Good Growth Fund, and sit alongside further plans for the area spearheaded by Enfield Council which include improving public spaces, and introducing a programme of arts and cultural activities.

Categories: Fore Street Murals, Arts and Culture
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