Welcome to the Friends of Trent Country Park website. We hope you will find the information here of interest and that it will encourage you to participate in improving the facilities within Trent Park for the enjoyment of all.
Who are we?
We, The Friends of Trent Country Park (The Friends) is a volunteer group formed in 2005. Our role in relation to Enfield Council was established under the Perpetual Agreement dated 19 May 2008.
Membership of The Friends is open to anyone with an interest in Trent Country Park (Trent Park).
A Committee is elected at the AGM to represent the membership to Enfield Council and other relevant bodies on matters relating to Trent Park. The Committee initiates and seeks funding for projects to enhance the facilities within the park. The Committee meets as necessary.
Four general meetings a year are held to report and receive information on matters relating to Trent Park. These meetings are chaired by The Friends Committee and include a representative from Enfield Council. These meetings are also open to the public.
Our Objectives are to:
Ensure the enjoyment of Trent Park by the present and future generations.
Work in partnership with Enfield Council to improve the appearance of and facilities and safety in Trent Park to meet the needs of users.
Propose and facilitate projects which do not adversely affect the environment in the park.
Co-operate with the Trent Park Conservation Committee to ensure that the Green Belt and Conservation areas are maintained.