Potters Bar Carnival 2014 parade times

The Potters Bar Carnival 2013 parade

The Potters Bar Carnival 2013 parade

Philip Jones

Hundreds of people will line the streets of Potters Bar this afternoon (Sunday) to watch the annual carnival procession.

Potters Bar Carnival videos

To view promotional videos for this year’s Potters Bar Carnival, visit here.

The Potters Bar Carnival 2014 vehicular floats will leave the Canada Life car park at approximately 12.30pm, and arrive in Mount Grace Road at around 12.55pm.

The full procession of vehicular and walking floats will move from Mount Grace Road at around 1pm.

The parade will journey to Elm Court Youth and Community Centre, in Mutton Lane, for the popular arena events and stalls.

For the carnival procession route, visit here.

For more details on the events planned at Elm Court, visit here.

* See next week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times’ Potters Bar Edition, out Wednesday, for pictures from the carnival.

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