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Forty Hall & Estate

Forty Hall
Forty Hill

Forty Hall & Estate is a magnificent Jacobean mansion with formal gardens, parkland and ornamental lakes.

Having been fully refurbished as part of the Forty Hall development project, funded by Enfield Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund, the hall has been restored to its former glory.

The hall offers offer a programme all about the arts, heritage and ecology using events, creative workshops, performances, festivals, exhibitions, creative and heritage opportunities, art commissions and site-specific artworks, tours and walks and opportunities for schools and colleges. There really is something for everyone!

Volunteers and student placements are positively welcomed.

ALL Londoners and visitors to London should explore this 'Jewel in London's Crown' and all that they have to offer.

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Forty Hall is located in the north of the London Borough of Enfield, the northern-most borough of London. The hall and formal park are located on the top of Forty Hill, a level gravel plateau standing above the flood plain of the Lea to the east, and the valley of the Turkey Brook to the north and west. The park slopes down into the valley, where the remains of old ponds lie on the London Clay. A loop in the former course of the New River forms the boundary of much of the estate, though this has since been re-routed to the east. To the north are Whitewebbs and Myddelton House. The road to the east was formerly the main route from Enfield to Waltham Cross, but traffic has been re-routed towards to A10.

Forty Hall & Estate Postcode for SatNav: EN2 9EU


020 8363 8196
020 8363 4060

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