Things to do in May

May is going to be an exciting fun-packed month with lots of new starts, I will be starting my new job at BMI Healthcare after the bank holiday weekend, will let you know how that goes in due course. We have a wedding of a very good friend from university days on the Isle of Wight in mid-May and some family visiting from Australia at the end of the month to look forward to. In addition to that, there is plenty going on in and around Enfield and London that we are hoping to sample a little bit of at weekends and over the two luxurious bank holiday weekends that May has to offer.
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Throughout May and into the Summer
Wednesday 8th April – Sunday 19th July – Numinous exhibition at Forty Hall & Estate.
Friday 1st – Saturday 30th May – Expressions in Ink at Forty Hall & Estate.
Friday 10th – Sunday 30th August – Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco Dance Hall
Up until Monday 25th May – Shaun the Sheep trail
Every Saturday & Sunday (everyday in school holidays) Cineworld and Odeon hold special screenings for kids at a reduced rate and I would love to try and take Archie for his first trip to the cinema soon.

Early May Bank Holiday Weekend
Monday 4th May – May Day Fair, Southgate Green, 11-4pm.
Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd & Monday 4th May – Campo Viejo Streets of Spain, London Southbank & Southbank Centre Market, Southbank Centre square.

1st week of May
Sunday 10th May – Covent Garden May Fayre and Puppet Festival, 10:30 – 5:30pm

2nd week of May
National Doughnut Week takes place in the second week of May from 9th – 16th and is a unique opportunity for bakers, cafes and coffee shops to raise funds for the Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. Krispy Kreme in Enfield is taking part, not that I need any excuse(!), as well as Simmons Bakers in Cockfosters, Barnet, Cuffley and Cheshunt.
Sunday 17th May – Come a Maying at Forty Hall & Estate, 12-5pm. Delivered as part of Mental Health Awareness week (11-17th May)
Sunday 17th May – Bird Watching at Trent Park, 10am at Trent Park main car park

3rd week of May
Saturday 23rd May – The Goblin Groove at Capel Manor Gardens, 11-6pm.
Saturday 23rd May – Tales Big Day Out at Chickenshed, 10-12:30pm and 2:30-5pm.

Late Bank Holiday Weekend
Saturday 23rd, Sunday 24th & Monday 25th – The Enfield Pageant of Motoring
Sunday 31st May – Herts Heavy Horse Show at Capel Manor Gardens, 11-5pm.
Sunday 31st May – Whitewebbs Museum of Transport Open Day, 10-4pm

Does anyone have any other suggestions?

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