Enfield Town is an urban area in the London Borough of Enfield, in North London. It is situated 10 miles to the north-east of Charing Cross. It originated as a string of small settlements in the royal hunting grounds of Enfield Chase. It later developed a traditional village green and marketplace, which is still used.

The royal Palace of Enfield once stood where the Palace Gardens Shopping Centre is now located and was once the home of Elizabeth I and Edward VI while Henry VIII was dying. It is in this location that Edward was formally told of his ascension to the throne. Although the palace is gone, the town still features a number of listed houses dating from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, on what is known as Gentleman's Row, one of which features a carved stone fireplace from the palace. 

Enfield is also the location where poet John Keats was educated, at Clarke's School, which is where he began a translation of the Aeneid; and the site of the world's first ever cash machine (ATM).

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The Turkey Pub
  • 13 Turkey Street

    Enfield, EN3 5TT

1st Class Garden Service
  • 24 Leda Avenue

    Enfield, EN3 5PZ

A.D Stone Plumbing
  • 13 Cotswold Way

    Enfield, EN2 7HD

1st Class Gardening
  • 302a

    Baker St

    Enfield, EN1 3LD

Ectreme Valeting
  • 45 Kingsfield Drive

    Enfield, EN3 6UA

Car Spares Freezywater
  • 779 Hertford Rd

    Enfield, EN3 6SE

In Car Electrics
  • 345 Hertford Road


    Enfield, EN3 5JW

A & P Plumbing & Heating
  • 57 Longfield Avenue

    Enfield, EN3 5RU

1a London Drain Clearance
  • 17

    Culgaith Gardens

    Enfield, EN2 7PE

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