WELCOME! to Ponders End Community Development Trust.

For more information about us please see the background page.

PECDT is a voluntary organisation working to improve the quality of life in Ponders End and to make the area a better and safer environment in which to live work and study.

If you are interested in booking a room see the link below.

Market beginning June 2017 at Ponders End Park.

PECDT Festival 26/08/17

WATCH THIS SPACE for more details.

The Qube threw open its doors in March to local people for the ‘Love Ponders End’ community open days. A group of local people with the help of Ponders End Development Trust (PECDT) put on a two day event to reach out to Ponders End residents to see what their thoughts about the area were.

The aim of the event was to raise awareness around Community planning and the possibility of forming a local forum to influence the planning of the built up area. Thus giving local people more say on how their area develops.

A display of the changes and the regeneration planned for the area, helped locals get a clearer idea of what to expect over the coming years. Visitors were asked to pin where they live on a map of Ponders End and on another write their likes and dislikes.

Feedback from the day showed the events to be a great success with 75% of respondents wishing to be more involved.

There are further events planned and anyone wishing to know more should contact PECDT on 0208 443 3858 or email mariapecdt@btconnect.com


The next Ponders End Ward Forums are at 7 – 9pm on 10th January, 11th April, and the 11th July 2017 at The Qube, 204 – 214 High Street, Ponders End, Enfield, Middlesex, EN3 4EZ. If you would like to attend the next Ponders End Ward Forum see link.

If you are interested in learning more about community planning register your details with us.

The Parks Service at Enfield Council are currently undertaking a consultation to help shape the future strategy for events in parks.Community and voluntary groups from across the borough who currently host or plan to host commercial, community or voluntary events in parks are invited to take part. The consultation closes on the 17th of January 2017 and can be accessed online here; https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=147973649729.
It is important that you have your say about what happens in local parks.

The forgotten and untold heritage of Ponders End 1935-1950

A new project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund for local people to get involved in.
See the link below:

The Qube

Open The Qube News leaflet.

Zumba Fusion at The Qube starting 26/04/17.

Karate at the Qube starting the 5th January. First lesson free. See flyer: karate leaflet

See The Qube page for photos of the official opening.

Kids kickboxing classes at the Qube. Thursdays from 5pm. Please call for more information and to register your interest.

For various exercises every day of the week see table below.


The PEN Newsletter

The PEN Newsletter is now available online here on the Ponders End Community Development Trust website or copies will be available from Ponders End Library and here at the Trust office. Also if you would like a copy please email us. Download the PEN here: PEN October 2016




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Vinnie’s Community Cafe
at Vincent House.

The café is currently closed and will be reopening in April 2017.

See map below






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