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Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

Etymology

Brimsdown was first recorded as ''Grymesdoun'' in 1420, ''Grymesdoune'' 1441, ''Grymes downe, Brymesdowne'' 1610, ''Grymsdown, Brimsdown'' 1686. Originally the first element seems to be the surname ''Gryme'' with the Middle English ''doun'', here 'slightly raised ground' ( in a low-lying area beside the River Lea). ''Grīm'' being probably a nickname for the heathen god Woden.Mills, A,D, ''Oxford Dictionary of London Place Names'' (2001) p30 ISBN 0-19-860957-4 Retrieved 20 October 2008 Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

Nearest places

* Enfield Lock
* Enfield Wash
* Ponders End Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

Nearest railway stations

* Enfield Lock railway station
* Ponders End railway station
* Brimsdown railway station Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

Watercourses

* River Lee Navigation
* '''Mossops Creek''' was dug in the 1890s by Mosses and Co Gravel Extraction Company.[http://www.cicerone.co.uk/product/detail.cfm/book/522/iid/8/show/sample-route Mossops Creek] Retrieved November 20, 2007 The creek can be reached from Mossops Bridge (completed 1999)[http://www.whitbybird.com/projects/project.asp?id=215 Mossops Bridge] Retrieved November 19, 2007 which spans the River Lee Navigation.

Mossops Creek Bridge (completed 2006)[http://www.acheson-glover.com/constructionpro/news/current/mossops-creek.aspx Mossops Creek bridge] Retrieved June 07, 2008 forms part of the Mossops Creek permissive path which link the River Lee Navigation to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and Brimsdown railway station. Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

Politics

* The current Member of Parliament is Conservative Party (UK) politician Nick de Bois (his full constituency is Enfield North) . de Bois won the seat in the United Kingdom General Election, 2010. Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

Schools and colleges

'''Primary schools'''

*Brimsdown Infant School

*Brimsdown Junior School, attended by academic Professor Philip Tew, cartoonist and illustrator Ian West, and actor Ray Winstone.[http://www.shadyoldlady.com/location.php?loc=1678 Ray Winstone] Retrieved 16 May 2011

'''College'''

*Enfield College Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

Sport

'''Football'''

*Brimsdown Rovers: David Beckham joined the club as a 14-year-old where he played in the youth side.
*Enfield Town FC : Share the Goldsdown ground with Brimsdown Rovers. Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

Business partnerships

* Many businesses in Brimsdown are part of the [http://www.bfqp.org Brimsdown FQP] Freight Quality Partnerships, which jointly addresses transport and logistics issues for the area. Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

References

Brimsdown is a place in the London Borough of Enfield, North London generally known as the Lea Valley. The Brimsdown area is roughly located in the area either side of Mollison Avenue, to Bilton Way, just south of Ordnance Road, extending as far south as the Mollison Avenue/Jeffreys Road roundabout.http://www.enfield.gov.uk/362/Enfield%20Highway.pdf Local Government Map of Brimsdown & Enfield Highway Retrieved March 3, 2008 It is home to the Brimsdown Industrial Estate and also includes a residential area just west of the Lea Valley railway line. This area was the easternmost part of the old Municipal Borough of Enfield. The area east of the Lea Valley Lines railway is almost exclusively reserved for industrial use, while west of this railway (which serves Brimsdown and Enfield Lock stations) is a residential area primarily built up in the 1930s which extends, without any particular border, to Enfield Highway, Enfield Wash and Enfield Lock. This residential area around Brimsdown Avenue, Brimsdown railway station and Brimsdown School is also considered part of Brimsdown.

External links

* [http://www.hidden-london.com/brimsdown.html Hidden London] Retrieved 13 November 2009



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Category:Districts of Enfield