The Potters Bar Life Forum

This is your forum, where you can discuss the issues that matter to you about life in and around Potters Bar. It’s free to join, registration takes seconds, and you can start posting as soon as we approve your account.

Site Features

:: Latest forum discussions

We currently have 12 sections in our community discussion forum. More can be added if there is a demand. The latest discussion topics appear on the front page of the site. Note: The images below are for illustration only and are not live feeds.

:: Check the train times

We have the latest train times at Potters Bar Station on the front page of the site, updated in real time from the national rail database. Ideal if you are a commuter rushing for the next train.

Follow us on Twitter @pblifeforum

And if there are any problems with the trains we will tweet about it from our Twitter account @pblifeforum.

These tweets, or service updates if you like, will appear on the front page of the site, too. You can follow us on Twitter if you want.

If you would like to discuss the services provided by Great Northern, who tweet @GNRailUK, you can do so in the Transport section of our forum.

:: Check the local weather

We have the latest local weather update on the front page of the site, so while you are checking the train times you can also figure out whether you need an umbrella or sun glasses for the trip.

:: Register and start posting

Registration for the forum is free of charge. Once you sign up your application will be approved (we have to check to stop spammers joining), and you will receive and email inviting you to log in.

:: Over to you

So, it’s your discussion forum set up so you can discuss local issues. If you prefer to follow local issues on Facebook, we have a Potters Bar Life Forum Facebook page, too. The discussion topics will automatically appear there as well.

Attribution: The image used behind this piece was taken by ilouque and released on Flickr under Creative Commons.

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