The Enfield at War Open Day took place on the 10th January at the Local Studies Archive in London Road. About 150 people attended to view our photos and other war time material such as bomb maps, ARP records, newspapers, diaries and other ephemera. The large bomb maps proved to be of particular interest.
More people were identified who are willing to be interviewed about their memories of Enfield in the Second World War.
Over 50 people saw Colin from Spectrum Drama give his performance as Cecil Arnold a reporter who saw the Cuffley airship shot down. It was also the last weekend of Enfield Museum’s First World War exhibition on the the ground floor of The Dugdale Centre.