Events notification
As a result of the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic crisis in the UK, we had to temporarily adjust our events and activities. We went digital with some activities such as the Windrush celebration. Introduced social distancing for our elders who exercised outdoor in parks in Enfield throughout the Summer. We have now restarted our Luncheon Club, respecting social distancing and operating Covid-safe best practices.


Summer exercising in the park for elders

Enfield Caribbean Association has been organising fun-filled, exercise classes in the Park for the African Caribbean elders in the community. We next meet up every Wednesday at 10.30 at by Victoria Road N18, in Pymmes Park on 14 July, 21 July, 28 July, 4 August,11 August, 18 August, 25 August If you or family member are interested in participating in our future activities, then please drop us a note or email us at

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Enfield Caribbean Association has organised fun-filled, exercise classes in the Park for the African Caribbean elders in the community for July and August 2021.

Weather permitting, the exercise in the park sessions will take place at Pymmes Park, Edmonton from 10.30am, every Wednesday morning throughout July and August. 

The sessions are excellent opportunities to enjoy exercise, have fun, make new friends and socialise with old friends ensuring social distancing.

We were delighted that Jackie Dyer, a local Zumba tutor volunteered to run the session. The ECA volunteers who joined in the session, supply the chairs and the masks, which enables the elders to participate safely. 

The exercise sessions are age appropriate, an hour long and meet the needs of all abilities and will comprise of seated exercises, chairs are supplied by the ECA trustees and volunteers.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

The corona virus has hit us all unexpectedly and has affected everything that we do. It has caused us to change our everyday habits and has led to isolation particularly for the elderly and vulnerable. We are working with StreetWatch Edmonton on a joint project called Together Our Community Survives (TOCS) to identify and deliver food to BAME and other ethnic groups. We are only accepting registration for volunteers at the moment. No new elders can be accommodated unless we have more volunteers. To volunteer an hour of your time, please contact Dionne on 07915 919524.