Loads of famous people have come from and great things have happened in our part of north London but to shorten a long list here are just a few facts about the borough of Enfield.
In 1967 Barclays Bank in Enfield was the first place in the world to have a cash point machine installed. The first customer was Enfield resident Reg Varney, star of TV show on the buses.
The A10, through Enfield roughly follows the line of the ancient roman road Ermine street. Just to the east of the A10. A roman settlement was discovered in the back gardens of Bush Hill Park.
There are five sites registered as scheduled ancient monuments in Enfield. These are Elsyng Palace, Aqueduct Flash Road, Old Park Earthworks/Hillfort, Camlet Moat, and Old Park moated site. In the picture Enfield archeological society are hard at work as part of the summer dig to investigate Elsyng palace which belong to henry the eighth in the grounds of Forty hall.
As part of Enfield archaeological unit Pro Mobile Disco DJ Jim Costello has dug at Elsysng palace several times as well as other sites of great historical interest. All such digs are always professionally supervised by the Enfield archaeological society. Jim has some rare finds on display at both the Dugdale center and at Forty Hall. Check Jim's DJ profile and visit the rest of the Pro Mobile Disco website. Enfield mobile discos at low rates and cheap DJ hire for all occasions call the party professionals and get a great deal on mobile discos in Enfield and party DJ hire.