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The Potton Town Council Newsletter is published quarterly and the Town Council will keep you informed on this page of any latest news between Newsletters.

  • Annual Potton Town Meeting May 20, 2022

    The Annual Potton Town Meeting will be held by Potton Town Council at 7pm on Tuesday 31st May 2022 at The Community Centre, Brook End.

    The meeting is for the Town Council to report its activities during the past 12 months, what is planned for the future and answer questions.  Members of the community may address the meeting to raise issues of concern, ask questions and share news about the community of Potton.  Representatives of Central Bedfordshire Council and other organisations have been invited to speak.  Click here to view the agenda.

    This is your meeting about your town.  Please join us!

  • Platinum Jubilee Event Tickets May 6, 2022

    Tickets for the Platinum Jubilee events are on sale and selling fast.

    Thursday 2nd June – 1pm – Theatre of Widdershins presents “Pigs & Bears Don’t Come in Pairs”
    Friday 3rd June – 7.30pm for 8pm – Basin Street Brawlers Jazz Evening
    Saturday 4th June – 7pm – A Gala Concert of Choral & Brass Highlights
    Sunday 5th June – 12.30pm for 1pm – Jubilee Sunday Lunch – Sunday Roast or Hog Roast

    All ticketed events will take place in the Marquee at St Mary’s Field, Potton.

    Tickets available from Cameron’s, the Post Office and Tysoe’s.  You can pay by cash or cheque made payable to Potton Town Council and please note that numbers are limited and all tickets are non-refundable.

    We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Platinum Jubilee Volunteers May 6, 2022

    We are urgently looking for volunteers from the Potton Community to help us with the
    Platinum Jubilee events taking place from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June.

    If you are available and would like to offer your support in anyway to help make the Platinum Jubilee weekend one to remember, please get in touch by emailing or call 01767 260086.

    We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Design a Christmas Light Decoration Competition May 4, 2022

    Potton Town Council’s Design a Christmas Light Competition is back this year and we would like you to design a Christmas light decoration for two areas (shown above);

    Design no. 1 is a semi-circle which will be positioned above The Potton Flooring Company Ltd showroom.

    Design no. 2 is freestyle and will be positioned above Tysoe & Son.

    The rules are:
    1. You can enter a maximum of one design each of the two lights.
    2. The design(s) must be on A4 paper.
    3. The competition closes on 31st May 2022.
    4. Children of all ages can enter, if they live in or attend a school in Potton.
    5. Entries to be submitted to the town council office at the Community Centre, Brook End, or

  • Energy Saving Poster Competition May 4, 2022

    Potton Youth Council is holding an Energy Saving Poster Competition and would like to invite
    children to design a poster promoting energy saving tips and suggestions.

    You can find all the information you need to enter above or on page 23 of the town council May 2022 newsletter, which was delivered to you over the recent bank holiday weekend.  You can find a copy of the newsletter here.

    The competition closes on 31st May 2022.

  • Potton Recycling Packing Events April 14, 2022

    In the Community Centre from 6pm to 8pm on:

    Tuesday 26th April
    Tuesday 24th May
    Monday 20th June

    Volunteers needed please.

    Facebook: @pottonrecycling

  • Vacancy for a Potton Town Councillor April 11, 2022

    There is a vacancy for a Town Councillor which closes at 9am on Monday 30th May 2022.
    For more information and details of how to apply click here.

  • Ukrainian Refugees March 18, 2022

    Potton Town Council has formed a working group that includes representatives from the community to meet and prioritise how best to plan and welcome Ukrainian refugees to Potton. The group will meet early next week with the intention of immediately creating a network with anyone interested in supporting refugees whether it is in their own homes or for those who cannot offer accommodation and want to help in other ways.  This is the first step of many to try and alleviate the trauma of any displaced refugees coming to Potton.

  • Bottle Banks Relocation November 3, 2021

    The bottle banks at Henry Smith Playing Fields have been relocated to the far end of the car park in an effort to try to stop noise pollution for local residents.

  • Location of Dog Waste Bins & Litter Bins in Potton March 25, 2021

    The locations of dog waste bins and litter bins in Potton have been plotted on a map, which can be viewed here.  There is also a link to the map on


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