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Investigation into anti-vaccination graffiti in Enfield

Officers investigating vandalism to a Covid vaccine centre, in the form of graffiti, are appealing to the public for assistance.

The damage is believed to have been caused at around 04.00hrs on Saturday 3 July to the vaccination tent outside a doctors’ practice in Green Lanes N21.

Anti-vaccination messages were daubed on the tarpaulin.

The matter was reported to police later on 3 July and an investigation launched.

Officers are appealing to the public for information and releasing an image of a female they believe could assist with their enquiries.

PC Sunny Parbat, from North Area, said: “As well as being distressing to those who had to see the messages, it is also disheartening that at a time when we should all be united as a nation in the fight against this deadly virus, some individuals think this kind of behaviour is acceptable.”

Anyone with information which could assist the investigation is asked to call 101 quoting ref 28748/04JUL21; or email [email protected]

Investigation following death of man in Enfield

Police are investigating following the death of a man at a residential address in Enfield.

Officers responded to calls of concern to a residential address on Stanley Road, Enfield at approximately 16:00hrs on Tuesday, 27 July.

A man, believed to …

England to welcome double-vaccinated U.S. and EU tourists 

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on Wednesday expected to approve the reopening of England’s doors to double-vaccinated tourists from the European Union and the United States, Financial Times reported on Tuesday.

British government ministers pushed the prime minister to …

Britain reports highest deaths from COVID-19 since March as Johnson urges caution

Britain reported its highest number of deaths and people in hospital with coronavirus since March on Tuesday, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging caution despite a week of lower reported numbers of infection.

Britain reported 131 new deaths from COVID-19, …

England to welcome double-vaccinated U.S. and EU tourists 

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on Wednesday expected to approve the reopening of England’s doors to double-vaccinated tourists from the European Union and the United States, Financial Times reported on Tuesday.

British government ministers pushed the prime minister to …

House fire in Wood Green caused by cigarette not being put out

Firefighters are warning smokers to make sure cigarettes are out and to wet stubs before throwing them into a bin after a house fire in #WoodGreen

Six fire engines and around 40 firefighters were called to a house fire on …

Barnet Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2021-2025

We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Barnet Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2021-2025. This strategy is our vision as a borough on how we can improve health and wellbeing for all that live, work and study …

Broxbourne Council:The gym at The Laura Trott Leisure Centre is now open.

The gym at The Laura Trott Leisure Centre is now open.
We’re sure that everyone is very excited to get back in and training again and use the brand new Pulse Fitness equipment.
Please also remember that you no longer …

We sadly announce that UK Cypriot Persefoni Adamou has passed away

Persefoni Adamou

(from Akapnou, Cyprus)

 

25.04.1927 – 03.07.2021

 

It is with great sadness and broken heart that I announce the passing of my beloved mother Persefoni Adamou, on Saturday 3rd July 2021, aged 94. She leaves behind her

Islington unveils plaque to remember victims of 1944 V2 rocket tragedy

Islington Council has hosted events to remember the victims of the Second World War V2 rocket tragedy, and to celebrate peace in the borough and beyond.

On Sunday, 5 November 1944, at around 5pm, a V2 rocket was launched from …