The Broomfield House Trustees andFriends of Broomfield ParkPlans for the Restoration ofBroomfield House and Stable Yard9 March 2013
Welcome to our stall The Broomfield House Trust, a registered UK charity (no. 1083078) The Friends of Broomfield Park Working jointly with Enfield Council to restore Broomfield House andStable Yard Our objectives today1.Current status of the House proposal HLF Officers recommendation2.Outline plans for the Stable Yard proposal3.Highlight the value Broomfield Park adds to area regeneration4.Attract support and funding for the projects
So far . Council supports the Community’splan; housing plans set aside Built strong Community support Joint effort with the Council toproduce an application for fundingfrom the HLF Project cost 6.7M, required non‐HLF funding of 1.7M Working group website http://www.broomfieldhouse.org Fund‐raising site set up with BT My ieldhousetrust
Project Main Objectives1.To restore Broomfield House in keepingwith its heritage and re‐open it to thepublic;2.To restore the Stable Yard, creatingartist studios, business incubators, aneducational centre and a kitchen garden;3.To improve the Park and restore thehistoric and rare Baroque water gardens;4.To establish a café on the ground floor of the House, with an adjoiningoutdoor patio;5.To make Broomfield House a Grade II* Green Restoration project (BREEAM
Community EngagementTo create a Heritage Learning Centre andCommunity Hub with a rolling programmeof events and learning opportunities;To develop and promote the House as avenue for family parties, wedding services,room hire and events;To develop educational activities linked tothe national curriculum with local schools;To inform people about the House’s unique heritage, the region and theenvironment by providing interpretive informationTo engage actively with the local Community at all stages of the project; andTo provide volunteer / training and apprenticeship opportunities, e.g., in heritage.
Project Income – House A café on the ground floor of theHouse providing a range of healthy,affordable food and drinks; possiblyincluding a gift shop too. All profit tobe rolled back into the House. Room hire by the community /businesses / families and / orindividuals for meetings, parties, etc.at different price points Wedding ceremony venue, potential also for small receptions Events ‐ examples include: Family friendly: puppet shows, craft workshops, music and movement,children’s filmsCommunity: cultural events and exhibitions celebrating our diverse communityAdults: Small classical music shows, talks, learning workshops, fitness classes
Project Income – Stable Yard Small business units for lease in the Stable Block with shared business resourcesand support Rental income from Professional Tenant in the Stable Block, e.g., voluntary sectororganisation Education Grants: we intend to bid for funding to support education / creativeprojects targeted at young people who might otherwise not have access to suchopportunitiesLease of Artist Studios: (in the Stable Yard) to local designers and artists,periodically open to public for viewing Art Exhibitions: by local and visiting artists with sales commission feesaccruing to the House
Broomfield House c.1600
Broomfield House c.1900
2012 Plans: Ground Floor
2012 Plans: First Floor
Similar ModelsClissold ParkForty Hall
Flexible Use Rooms Small cinema – art,foreign, oldies, kids Classical musicperformances Dance floor – lessons Receptions / parties Puppet shows Educational lectures
Community HistoryEvents History of the House and Park until 1903 Purchase by Southgate Council 1903 Urbanisation of surrounding area First and Second World War Events Post War changes New CommunitiesWhat about us? What’s next?
A Museum? Need to be able to hire out roomsOld cabinet displays no longer all appropriateMaximise us of modern an interactive displaysDigitise Enfield’s historic documentsOral histories to be collectedTemporary displays including local objects“Newcomers” stories
A Creative community Designer makers /artists New businessenterprises Rents Destination
Growing ThingsRestoring the HothouseImagine
Community InvolvementGrowing FoodHarvest
Eco and Alternative Technology Green Heritage Demonstration in SY– PV solar panels– Rainwater harvesting– Grey water recycling– Compost and the new hothouse– Education– Centre for Alternative Technology
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Some of the “Other” ideas Rehearsal space for groups of any kind. Displays of photos/old postcards of Palmers Green and BroomfieldHouse and Park. Therapy rooms for hire. Other types of music as well as classical. Open air theatre in the summer. I would like occasional ‘quiet’ sessions i.e., a time to visit when onlyadults and no events are on. Open air music events e.g., like at Kenwood / outdoor café / Allcommunity events! Period gardens linked to Capel Manor. Centre for events like All trail?
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Broomfield House SurveyMale37%Female63%Under 1818‐2425‐3435‐4445‐5455‐6061‐6465 Prefer notWork full-timeEmployed part-timeSelf-EmployedUnemployed, available to workStudentOn a training programmePermanently sick/disabledPartially retiredFully 1%AsianBritishChineseGreekGreek CypriotIndianIrishPakistaniPolishTurkishTurkish CypriotWhite & Black AfricanWhite & Black CaribbeanOtherprefer not to say1%70%0%1%3%1%3%0%1%0%1%0%2%11%7%
Café Survey Sarah Cotton (Greenery Café) conducted a survey, 270 responses Priorities in descending order:1. Affordable - 192 votes (70%)2. Good place to meet - 147 votes (53%)3. Healthy food - 134 votes (49%)4. Child friendly - 128 votes (47%)
Café Concept Not intending to franchise like Clissold House or Forty Hall, we wantprofits from café ploughed back into House and programmes Menu of affordable, healthy, family-oriented food options Locally sourced food as much as possible, aligned with LBE’s FoodStrategy1 Inside and outside seating, 60 covers inside, two rooms: one loosely designated family-friendly and one as a quieter area Dining area will be attractive and historic, in keeping with theheritage; picture rails, fireplace and framed pictures. Crayons and games for children’s use, and potentially a miniatureBroomfield House on the back patio / other modest safe-play options.1LBE’sstrategy: ‘aims to increase the production and consumption of healthy, sustainable food in Enfield.’
Café ConceptCllr. Del Goddard said:“We want to encourageresidents to eat good,wholesome food because thereis plenty of evidence that linksa proper diet to better health,longer life and improvedperformance in school.”We agree!
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