Guidance for Planning Outdoor Community Events in Enfield’s Public Spaces

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Outdoor community events are a great way to connect with your local neighbourhood and the people within it. Whether it’s a street party, winter market or public workshop, community events are not complicated to organise, with a little bit of advance planning.

The “Guidance for Planning Outdoor Community Events in Enfield’s Public Spaces” provides support to any community groups which don’t have any previous experience in organising small events, helping them to navigate the application process and making sure they are aware of and comply to a series of basic Health & Safety measures.

Prepared by Journeys and Places, with support from Jan Kattein Architects and Act National, it applies to any public free-to-attend one-day outdoor event located on public roads, squares or pavements within the borough of Enfield, organised by local community groups for the benefit of local people.

In line with Enfield Council Plan, the Guidance empowers residents and community groups to take positive action in their neighbourhoods, building social capital and networks which help make the borough better for everyone.

Outdoor community events are a great way to connect with your local neighbourhood and the people within it. Whether it’s a street party, winter market or public workshop, community events are not complicated to organise, with a little bit of advance planning.

The “Guidance for Planning Outdoor Community Events in Enfield’s Public Spaces” provides support to any community groups which don’t have any previous experience in organising small events, helping them to navigate the application process and making sure they are aware of and comply to a series of basic Health & Safety measures.

Prepared by Journeys and Places, with support from Jan Kattein Architects and Act National, it applies to any public free-to-attend one-day outdoor event located on public roads, squares or pavements within the borough of Enfield, organised by local community groups for the benefit of local people.

In line with Enfield Council Plan, the Guidance empowers residents and community groups to take positive action in their neighbourhoods, building social capital and networks which help make the borough better for everyone.

Page last updated: 27 Mar 2024, 01:23 PM