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There are lots of events, gyms and parks in Enfield where you can be active either by yourself or with your child. Have you thought about a walk or jog through the park? or even cycling? There are lots of 'gym' within parks now where you can be healthy and active. Please follow this link to find out what is happening at your local leisure centre:

 

http://www.fusion-lifestyle.com/centres/Edmonton_Leisure_Centre

 

Football 

 

Winchmore Hill FC


Winchmore Hill Football Club is affiliated to the Amateur Football Alliance and play in the Southern Amateur League. For season 2007/08 the Club will field ten Saturday teams, two Veterans sides playing 'friendly' matches on Sundays, as well as a flourishing youth section with nine teams.

If you are interested in joining the football section email us at whcc@lineone.net

 

Tennis for All

 

What sets Winchmore Hill Tennis Club apart more than anything else is a friendly and sociable atmosphere where adults and children of all ages and playing standards can turn up and play just about whenever they choose. It's a club where you will not find the cliques and snobbishness sadly often associated with tennis. The ethos of the club is that tennis should be played in a relaxed, friendly environment - hence the motto 'Tennis for All'. It doesn’t get much better than playing a set or few on lawn courts with friends on a balmy summer evening! The sound of leather on willow from a match on the cricket pitch, with the prospect of a drink in the club house afterwards…. It just gets even better.

We have four all weather courts and five excellent grass courts. There's a professional coach for those who want to take up tennis or who would simply like to improve their game, plus ample opportunities to play social tennis, tournament tennis or perhaps even team tennis within one of our many ladies;, men's or junior teams. It's entirely up to you!

The Club has an active junior section and fields both a boy's and girl's team in the Middlesex League.

There are ladies' teams and men's teams competing in various divisions of the Middlesex League for both the summer and winter competitions. The Club operates internal 'ladders' in order to encourage match play plus an annual Club Championship with the Finals Day in July.

The Tennis Section is run by its own Management Committee which is elected during an Annual General Meeting. The Tennis Committee is, in turn, responsible to the Management Committee of the Winchmore Hill Cricket Club.

If you would like to find out more about the Club, then feel free to contact Suzanna Leung 
07802 379788  David Handford 07710 202265.  

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