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Pottersburg is a neighbourhood located in the Argyle area of east London.  There is a range of housing styles in the area, mostly built during the post war period of the 1950s and early 1960s.  There are many single family homes in the neighbourhood, along with small walk-up apartments, townhomes, and duplexes.  There is a large commercial corridor along Dundas St., with many shops, services, and restaurants. Argyle Mall is also located in the east end of the neighbourhood and is an important retail and transit centre for the area.

 

Pottersburg is home to two large parks, Kiwanis and East Lions. Kiwanis has many beautiful trails, baseballs diamonds, a spray pad, and skate park.  East Lions Park has a soccer field and will be redeveloped to include walking paths, tennis court, pickle ball, outdoor community rink and a basketball court in 2019. It’s also the site of the soon to be built East Community Centre, set to open in 2019 and will include an indoor pool, gym, community kitchen, multi-purpose space and artisans centre.  Argyle Arena is also located in Pottersburg, and features two ice surfaces.

 

There are four elementary schools in Pottersburg: Prince Charles, St. Puis X, and Princess Anne French Immersion, and Clarke Road Secondary School.  Students living in Pottersburg may also attend John Paul II Catholic Secondary School.

 

If we have missed anything about this neighbourhood, or you would like to suggest a change, please let us know by emailing neighbourgood@london.ca.

 

Argyle Community Association

The Argyle Community Association (ACA) represents the common interests of the residents of the Argyle area. They promote the wellbeing of the community and the City of London, and protect and improve the quality of life.

Argyle / East London

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