Our Location
Totteridge Road Baptist Church is located in Enfield, North London.  It situated within a quarter of a mile inside the M25 in the North East of Enfield and ten minutes from the local train stations "Turkey Street" or "Enfield Lock", which are on the Liverpool Street line. local buses are 279 and 121.

Farmers markets for Enfield. There are lots on this site now. It is really worth a browse. Currently it is quite slow finding the markets so wait a few seconds for the list of markets to appear.

Local Food and Drink

Co-op Food - Hertford Road

139 Hertford Rd, Enfield EN3 5JG, UK – 020 8443 5823

Lovely staff clean store, needs more stocks and another person serving on a busy time

Good little local Co-op. Always well stocked with the essentials. Clean store with helpful, personable staff and are quick to open second service point if a queue starts to build.

The Village Wholefood Store

23 Forty Hill, Enfield EN2 9HT, UK – 020 8366 5108

Nice little local store. You can find a good selection of products, the prices are as for online shops. The location is perfect for a village shop. They sell organic food, ready meals, house products that are environmental friendly..basically all you need to be "sustainable"!

I had a great experience in this shop. I'm new to the area and I am used to shopping in large organic shops. The Village Wholefood Store has a great selection of organic produce, beauty products (think Weleda etc), medicinal plants like Vogel tinctures, Pukka and Solgar supplements as well as sustainable cleaning products. I was pleasantly surprised at how well thought out the selection especially given the size of her shop. Jill , the owner, took the time to explain how different products works and I love the fact that she supports small and local businesses. Her prices are exactly the same as independent organic shops of this size so there were no surprises for me there. I will definitely be back soon!

Co-op Food - Lancaster Road

102 Lancaster Rd, Enfield EN2 0JW, UK – 020 8363 2930

A selection of fresh British produce, I can say their Meat/Poultry and fresh vegetables are always of to a higher standard. Might be a small store but they sure pack a lot in. Can be busy at times but have found staff to be friendly and helpful. Longer opening hours are also convenient if you have forgotten something. Also has a ATM in store and a pretty selection of fresh flowers.

Good customer service good prices with brilliant food

BigBarn has a totally brilliant map for Middlesex showing all the local food producers. So if you want to know where your food comes from look no further!
The Kent & Sussex Tea and Coffee Company was established 26 years ago when the Smith family returned from India, where for two generations we had been involved with tea. The website contains information about all the different teas and coffees supplied together with regular updates on new additions to the range.
Coffee, tea, chocolates and pretty china and good gift ideas.
Wine and other drinks from Tesco online