EN postcode area

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Enfield
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Coordinates: 51°40′59″N0°05′02″W / 51.683°N 0.084°W / 51.683; -0.084
CountryUnited Kingdom
Postcode area
EN
Postcode area name
Enfield
Post towns 7
Postcode districts 12
Postcode sectors48
Postcodes (live)8,510
Postcodes (total)13,025
Statistics as at May 2020 [1]

The EN postcode area, also known as the Enfield postcode area, [2] is a group of eleven postcode districts in England, within seven post towns. These cover parts of northern Greater London (including Enfield and Barnet), southern Hertfordshire (including Potters Bar, Waltham Cross, Broxbourne and Hoddesdon) and western Essex (including Waltham Abbey).

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Postal administration

Mail for this area is sorted at the Home Counties North Mail Centre in Hemel Hempstead, and is delivered from offices in Enfield (Southbury Road EN1), Barnet (Longmore Avenue EN5), Potters Bar (Darkes Lane EN6), Waltham Cross (Eleanor Cross Road EN8) and Hoddesdon (Conduit Lane EN11). The area served includes the northern parts of the London Boroughs of Enfield and Barnet, the eastern part of the Hertsmere district of Hertfordshire, the southern part of the Welwyn Hatfield district and virtually all of the borough of Broxbourne, while EN9 and small parts of EN10 and EN11 cover the western part of the Epping Forest district of Essex.

List of postcode districts

The approximate coverage of the postcode districts:

Postcode district Post town CoverageLocal authority area(s)
EN1ENFIELD Bush Hill Park; eastern parts of Bulls Cross, Enfield Town, Forty Hill, outskirts of Lower Edmonton Enfield Highway

Southbury

Enfield
EN2ENFIELD Botany Bay, Clay Hill, Crews Hill; western parts of Bulls Cross, Enfield Chase, Enfield Town, Forty Hill, Gordon Hill Enfield
EN3ENFIELD Enfield Highway, Enfield Island Village, Enfield Lock, Enfield Wash, Ponders End

Outskirts of Southbury

Enfield
EN4BARNET Hadley Wood, Cockfosters, East Barnet, New Barnet Barnet, Enfield
EN5BARNET High Barnet, Arkley Barnet, Hertsmere
EN6POTTERS BAR Potters Bar, South Mimms, Cuffley, Northaw Hertsmere, Welwyn Hatfield
EN7WALTHAM CROSS Cheshunt, Goffs Oak, Capel Manor College Broxbourne, Enfield
EN8WALTHAM CROSS Waltham Cross, Cheshunt, Bullsmoor Broxbourne, Enfield
EN9WALTHAM ABBEY Waltham Abbey, Nazeing, Upshire Epping Forest
EN10BROXBOURNE Broxbourne, Wormley, Turnford Broxbourne, Epping Forest
EN11HODDESDON Hoddesdon, Dobbs Weir Broxbourne, Epping Forest

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    EN postcode area map, showing postcode districts in red and post towns in grey text, with links to nearby AL, CM, E, IG, N, NW, SG and WD postcode areas. EN postcode area map.svg
    EN postcode area map, showing postcode districts in red and post towns in grey text, with links to nearby AL, CM, E, IG, N, NW, SG and WD postcode areas.

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