Enfield Dispatch is the borough’s free community newspaper. Launched in October 2018, we are a not-for-profit publication that exists to hold authority to account and offer a platform enabling local people to highlight what matters to them.
The Dispatch is made available to pick up for free at various locations around the borough. It is funded by advertising and membership; all income is spent on the continuing production of the paper. If you would like to help support us please find out more about our membership scheme or consider purchasing an advertisement for your organisation. You are also welcome to write for us about projects you are involved with, campaigns you are running, or events you are organising.
The following members of Enfield Dispatch support us with a regular donation; Derek Grant, Michael Dickinson, Michael Cole, Young Notes, Ed Balleny, Natasha Boydell, Elizabeth Crosthwait, Richard Stones, Philip Ridley, Suzanne Beard, Chris Kaufman, Martyn Stogden, Susan Cook, Rupert Price, Meryn Cutler, Andrew Irvine, Basil Clarke, John Naughton, Right at Home Enfield, MumSing Choir, Penelope Williams, Lloyd Tew-Cragg, Andrew Warshaw, Anna Crowley, Neil Churchill, Karl Brown, Anthony Fisher, Dan Wright, Residents of Edmonton Green, Kay Heather, Julia Mountain, Excellence in Learning Community, Jerome O’Callaghan, Carole Stanley, Mervyn Maggs, Aditya Chakrabortty, Norman Bennett, Vivien Giladi, Greg Andrews, The Old Enfield Charitable Trust, Matt Burn, Enfield URCs, Martin Russo, Marilyn Hamilton, Laura Davenport, Ed Poole, Mick Wood, Helen Osman, Ranvir Mallick, Enfield Over 50s Forum. Francis Sealey, Caroline Banks, W A Linton, Joe Hickey, Irene Richards, William Yates, Peter Mitterbach, Gianni Sarra, Tracy Hughes, Kristiana Heapy, Neil Bachelor, John Crowther.
The Dispatch was originally launched in October 2018 with support from founding members; Basil Clarke, Stephen Cox, Sarah Dodgson, Chris Lemin, Matilde Valdivieso, Rupert Price.