House clearance Enfield EN1 and EN2
Few little facts about Enfield
Enfield town is a location in North London in the London Borough of Enfield. It is 15.1 miles north east of Charing Cross. Its name came from Anglo-Saxon 'Eanafeld' or similar meaning "open land belonging to a man called Eana" or "open land for lambs"
Enfield is famous for having the world's first ever cash machine or ATM, which was installed at the branch of Barclays Bank on June 27, 1967 and opened by Reg Varney.
The poet John Keats went to school in Enfield where Enfield Town railway station now stands.