Winchmore Hill Residents Association is a non-political group run by residents, who seek to protect the quality of life in Winchmore Hill, now and for future generations

Recent News

What can you do to help Swifts in Winchmore Hill


Helen Shore, a resident of Enfield and the founder of the Enfield and Barnet Swifts Group emailed us and asked if we could share this information with our residents. Please click on the image below to read the article about these beautiful birds and how we can help them by not removing their nesting sites or providing new nesting sites. Please let us know if later in the year (from May onwards) you see swifts in Winchmore Hill or are successful in attracting them to nest on your property.


Committee members needed for events and social media

We almost have a full cohort of amazing people working together to make Winchmore Hill a great place to live and work but we are just missing a couple of links in the chain.

If you are really active on social media and wouldn’t mind spending an hour a week just keeping our Facebook page up to date with all the goings on in Winchmore Hill then please get in touch via the contact us page.

Also if you are into events and would like to bring the people of Winchmore Hill together with a couple of events per year then please get in touch via the contact us page. We have lots of members who we know would be happy to help out when called on but we need someone leading the charge, sharing ideas, making things happen and bringing in these volunteers when they are needed to help.

New committee members welcomed

We have been very lucky to have filled three of our remaining committee positions with very able and experienced local people:

Simon Lanyon-Hogg has joined us to oversee the planning work that the association monitors. He is an architect with a wealth of experience across many different type of projects and recently has moved his practice back to the area to focus on residential projects.

Brian Adamson has joined us to focus on crime reduction initiatives within our area and act as contact point for our local police officers. He is a retired police officer himself with many years of experience which will be of great benefit to the association and residents.

Finally Chris Ferrary has very recently joined us as the Environment representative on the committee. Chris has many years experience as a town planner, chartered environmentalist and transport planner so will be able to guide us across a number of different areas, all of which very important and relevant to the work we are doing.

We would very much like to thank them for putting themselves forward and it is clear that alongside the other committee members we have some great minds coming together to work passionately and give up their time to drive the association forward into the new decade!