Autumn festival draws crowds at Potterhanworth
Residents in and around Potterhanworth welcomed the autumn in style at this year's Potterfest '“ which is being hailed as the '˜best yet'.
About 300 people came to the annual event, held at the Pavillion and playing field off Queensway.
The festival was kicked off by a performance from Sleaford Concert band, after which visitors got to enjoy a produce and craft show, owl display, archery, children’s entertainment, stalls and more.
Potterhanworth-based local band ‘Cat Litter’ also performed their mix of rock, punk and ‘80s music.
“They went down a storm,” said Potterfest’s event secretary Jan Withers.
“We had around 300 people on the day – and I think it was our best year yet.
“New this year was a gin bar called Tipple Tin, which was run by a Nocton lady in a coverted horse box. That was absolutely brilliant.”
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