On Saturday 11th December, Father Christmas and his herd of reindeer visited Trent Park in Enfield, where they joined the Berkeley team and residents for a special festive event and charity fundraiser for the Enfield Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service.
Guests enjoyed delicious hot chocolate, mulled wine and mince pies, as well as a cheerful performance of Christmas carols by The London Carol Singers. The children all met with Father Christmas, and each took home a gift to put under the tree ready for Christmas morning.
Residents and the Berkeley team also took part in a charity raffle to raise money for the Enfield Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service, a fantastic organisation based in Trent Country Park. An impressive range of prizes were on offer, all donated by local businesses near to Trent Park, including vouchers from Oakwood Florist, A1 Clay Shooting and ME Aesthetics. The raffle raised £545, a donation which was matched by Berkeley.
Residents at Trent Park have enjoyed a series of neighbourhood events this year, organised by Berkeley to bring people together and further enhance this already-thriving community. The development offers traditionally designed new and converted two and three-bedroom apartments, and four and five-bedroom houses set in 413 acres of historic parkland around the centrepiece of a Grade II listed mansion house. Comprising modern homes, a rural setting, country-club leisure facilities and a location less than 30 minutes by train from Central London, Berkeley's Trent Park in Enfield has something for everyone, from young professionals to larger families.
Prices start from £790,000 for a two-bedroom apartment at Carlton House and from £1,720,000 for a five-bedroom house at The Queen Elizabeth Collection. Call Berkeley on 020 3930 4912 or visit www.trent-park.co.uk.