What’s On

  • Councillor Surgery
    20th October 2018

    The next Councillor Surgery will take place in the Library on Saturday 20th October 2018 from 10 am until 12 noon with Councillors Mr Denis Ellison and Mr Alan Leggatt in attendance.  Please feel free to pop in if you have any questions or issues you wish to discuss.

  • Christmas Lights Installation
    4th November 2018

    The work to put up and take down Potton’s Christmas lights is undertaken every year entirely by volunteers on behalf of the Town Council.  We will commence putting the lights up on Sunday 4th November, so if you would like to provide your assistance and join the Christmas Lights Team, feel free to come down to the Market Square at 10am to help!
    Contact Denis Ellison on 261925 for further information.

  • Town Council Meeting
    6th November 2018

    The next Town Council Meeting is on Tuesday 6th November 2018 at 7pm in the Community Centre following a meeting of the Planning Committee.
    Public and Press welcome.

  • Potton’s Tribute – Sunday 11th November 2018
    11th November 2018

    Potton is marking the Centenary of the end of the First World War by holding a Day of Commemorative Events on Sunday 11th November 2018.  View the poster for more information.

    Also, please do look out for the Tommies which will be appearing around the town between 1st and 10th November.  Potton Consolidated Charity has funded the ten six-foot high figures, which are a life-size silhouette of a First World War Soldier.  The Tommy is a symbol of remembrance created by the charity Remembered, as part of their project “There But Not There“.  The aims of the project are to Commemorate, Educate and Heal.

  • Christmas Lights Switch-On
    30th November 2018

    Potton’s Christmas Lights will be switched on this year on Friday 30th November.  Activities will start at at 6pm with Father Christmas switching on the lights at 7pm.  See attached poster for details.

  • Four Seasons Market
    8th December 2018

    Four Seasons Market Stalls include a good selection of the very best local produce, typically local meat, beer, vegetables, artisan bread, cheese, and preserves. There is always a selection of crafts, plants, tea and cakes. The Markets runs from 9am to 1pm in the square in the centre of Potton, surrounded by indispensable small shops. For more information, see this link.