A festival, funfair and guided walks are among activities lined up for this year's Love Parks Week.

Organised by Enfield Borough Council, the week will run from July 25, to August 3 and hold numerous events across the borough’s parks.

Cabinet member for environment, Councillor Chris Bond, said: "Love Parks Week is a great opportunity to find out more about the fantastic facilities and settings our parks have to offer.

"This year there is something for everyone, and there is now no excuse not to get out into the great outdoors to take part in one or all of the exciting events.

"Enfield is one of the greenest boroughs in London, and our aim is toget as many people out and about in all our parks enjoying them to the full.”

A free guided walk led by a relative of Guy Fawkes will take place at Trent park, in Cockfosters Road, Enfield on July 27.

From July 25 to 27, The Edmonton festival will take place at Pymmes Park.

To conclude the week, a funfiar event will take place in Ponder End Recreation Ground, between August 1 and 3.