We provide flexible home care, home help, and companionship carers across Potters Bar from £15/hour.
The town of Potters Bar is located in Hertfordshire, England, about 13 miles (21 km) north of central London. According to the 2011 census, it had 21,882 residents. It was historically in Middlesex from the early 13th century, and remained a small, mainly agricultural settlement until the Great Northern Railway came along in 1850. The area is now part of the London commuter belt. This town is located on one of two routes from London to the north of England, the Great North Road. Originally the road was numbered A1, and later changed to A1000.
Potters Bar, historically part of Middlesex, became part of the Potters Bar Urban District in 1934. It was part of the South Mimms Rural District from 1894 to 1934. Middlesex County Council transferred most of its territory to Greater London in 1965, while Middlesex County Council was transferred to Hertfordshire County Council.
A total of 6,129 acres (24.80 km2) covered the urban district. In 1939, its population was 13,681, but by 1971 it had reached 24,613. The urban district was abolished in 1974, and the area became part of Hertsmere. Originally part of Middlesex, the area became a part of the Metropolitan Police District; with the creation of the Greater London Authority, it was transferred to the Hertfordshire Constabulary in 2000.
Our local Potters Bar carers can provide the care and support you need, including companionship, transport & errands, gardening, personal care, hygiene, paperwork, dementia care, shopping, and food preparation in the Potters Bar area.