Potters Bar Carnival 2014 procession route

Potters Bar Carnival 2013

Potters Bar Carnival 2013

Philip Jones

The 2014 Potters Bar Carnival takes place in the town today (Sunday) and here is the parade route.

Potters Bar Carnival videos

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

Vehicular floats will meet at the Canada Life car park, where judging will take place.

Floats will turn left into the High Street, then into Quakers Lane and along into Mount Grace Road.

Walking floats will line up inside Mount Grace School.

The full procession will go from Mount Grace Road, right into Billy Lows Lane and right into Mutton Lane.

The whole procession will enter the field at Elm Court.

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