From the Friends of Bury Lodge Park Facebook page:
We have had several reports in the last few days of people taking roses from the flower beds, and using nets to take wildlife out of the pond. This makes us incredibly sad, as the park is for everyone to enjoy and is home to lots of animals and plants, which are not likely to survive in a different environment.
Removing anything from the park could result in a £200 fine.
We want everyone to enjoy the park and we have just a few rules in place to make sure that this happens; Please put your rubbish in the bins. If these are full please take your rubbish home with you. Please don’t light fires or barbeques.
Please don’t remove anything from the park—flowers, fallen branches or wood—these are home to wildlife.
We love dogs, but please make sure that you clean up after your dog. Please also ensure that your dog is supervised and under control at all times.
Please respect the wildlife in the pond. Lots of little creatures live in here. If you see any anti-social behaviour please ensure that you contact the police on 101 or 999. Alternatively you can contact park services at Enfield Council via their website or call 020 8379 1000.