The Estuary League of Friends offers a wide range of services and activities from our Topsham based community hub, Nancy Potter House.
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Welcome to Nancy Potter House, our purpose-built community hub in the heart of Topsham.
Nancy Potter House opened to the public in 2018 and is home to Topsham Post Office, Topsham Library (operated by Libraries Unlimited), The Bradbury Café and a host of other services, activities and amenities provided by The Estuary League of Friends, other charities, health providers, local groups and local people.
Nancy Potter House also has a range of bright and contemporary spaces available for hire for meetings, special events and as office space with free-to-use WIFI throughout.
All areas of Nancy Potter House are child friendly and disability friendly. We have disabled parking, wheelchair access throughout, dementia friendly signage, baby changing and the only stoma friendly toilet with adult changing facilities in Topsham.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions some services and activities are currently unavailable.
“What an amazing place, an integral part of the Topsham community. It offers help and support in the community from visits to the shops to various outings. At Nancy Potter House they have a Post Office, invaluable as all the Banks have now closed, a Café offering teas, coffees, light snack & lunches all very reasonable priced. They have various activities on a daily basis, a laundrette with service washes available. There is also a library.” – Independent review October 2020
“New services are being introduced and the staff are friendly, efficient and have a genuine interest in supporting the local community. Nothing is too much trouble and a visit is highly recommended.” – Google Review.
Nancy Potter House is managed by The Estuary Community Hub CIC (company registration number 09333118) which is a wholly owned subsidiary of registered charity The Estuary League of Friends.