Latest News and Newsletters

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.

  • Remembrance Sunday 2021 in Potton November 25, 2021

    Thank you to all involved and who attended Potton’s Remembrance Sunday Service and Parade on 14th November.

    Here are some images from the day, kindly taken by Dave Thompson.

  • Potton Town Centre Survey 2021 November 12, 2021

    Central Bedfordshire Council is carrying out town centre benchmarking surveys and wants to know what the consumers of 2021 want from their town centre and our businesses.

    You can give your feedback, by completing the online questionnaire.
    The survey will be live for approximately four weeks from 12th November.

  • Potton Recycling Packing Event Dates November 12, 2021

    Saturday 20th November from 2pm to 4pm and Monday 6th December from 6pm to 8pm at the Community Centre, Brook End.  All welcome.
    We are always looking for donations of large cardboard boxes and volunteers to help pack recycling to send off to Terracycle.  We recommend to bring your own gloves (DIY or gardening type) and mask.

  • Light Up Potton 2021 Competition November 5, 2021

    Party On Potton and Potton Town Council’s Christmas Lights Committee are pleased to announce the Light Up Potton 2021 Competition.

    Once again, there are three categories to enter Best Dressed Window, Best Dressed Home and Best Dress Shop, Pub or Business.

    The above poster has all the information and rules of entry and you can download the competition entry form here.

    Good luck!

  • 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

  • Office Closed March 26, 2020

    Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Town Council office is now closed until further notice.
    Members of council staff and councillors can be contacted by email  Councillors can be contacted by telephone whose numbers can be found on the Contact page.
    The office answer machine will be checked for messages on a weekly basis.

  • Coronavirus and contacting the Town Council March 19, 2020

    Following updated guidance from the Government and their professional health specialists, the town council offices at the Community Centre will be closed for face-to-face visits for the foreseeable future. However, we can still be contacted via email on or phone 01767 260086.

    At this time (19/03/2020), our hireable facilities remain open and we wish to reassure users of our facilities that whilst we always maintain a good standard of cleanliness, we have increased cleaning of high touch areas. If the situation changes and we feel we must close the Community Centre and Pavilion at Mill Lane, we will provide an update on our website, Facebook page and will contact hirers immediately.

    At this challenging time, with daily changes to the situation, we urge all residents to be mindful of your elderly or vulnerable neighbours. Perhaps you could offer to collect their shopping or prescriptions? This confusing and perhaps frightening time will see some people, particularly in isolation, feeling lonely. Perhaps you could consider passing those people your contact number, spend some time chatting to them on the phone, and a regular call to make sure they are still well.

    Please ensure you keep yourself fully informed on latest Government and NHS updates, which will be issued on a very regular basis.


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