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 Working Together for the Community

We are proud to have partnered with the following local community groups, businesses, clubs and charities since the Friends group launched in 2014:



‘We’re working hard to improve the lives of everyone who lives, works, studies or plays in Enfield. We’re committed to providing better schools, transport, housing, open spaces and heritage attractions, and supporting local businesses to make Enfield a better place for everyone’. More information.


Thames Water is supporting the wetlands through their Community Investment Fund.


thames21 ‘Thames21 is the voice for London’s waterways, working with communities to improve rivers and canals for people and wildlife.  We mobilize over 12,000 volunteers every year to clean and green the capital’s 400 mile network of waterways.  Thames21 aims to transform neglected and littered waterways into areas that everyone can use and enjoy with innovative and tailored community approaches’.  More information HERE

Sony_DADC  “Sony DADC is pleased to support Friends of Firs farm by joining volunteer conservation work each year with staff from our Enfield Distribution site. Sony DADC recognizes the utmost importance of a healthy global environment. We strive to continue protecting biodiversity through our business and conservation activities. Across the globe we are involved in environmental activities tailored to the local community.”


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GLA ‘This wetlands project was supported by the Mayor of London’s Big Green Fund, which is helping to deliver the All London Green Grid, the green infrastructure network for London’.

Capture  River Lea Catchment Quote (Thames21)  ‘The Moore Brook is a largely hidden watercourse, flowing within a pipe beneath our feet, it runs into the Pymmes Brook, which in turn runs into the Lea and then the Thames

This project seeks to renaturalise the river, freeing it from its underground pipe and raising to the surface. At Firs Farm Wetlands, a partnership project by Thames21, Friends of Firs Farm and Enfield Council, a new channel and a series of wetland basins have been created, reducing flood risk by storing water and naturally breaking down pollutants within the brook.’





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