The hamlet has a population of about 30, and is within the civil parish of Potterhanworth. It is adjacent to Potterhanworth Fen to the south-east. Potter Hanworth Wood, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, is 700 yards (640 m) to the south.
Potterhanworth Booths takes its name from the village of Potterhanworth, 1.5 miles (2.4 km) to the south-west, whose name refers to the early clay industries set up in the local area.
Potterhanworth Booths and Branston Booths were both settled by the Romans. At Potterhanworth Booths, remains of Roman field boundaries and enclosures, as well as worked iron, a quern, millstones and coins have been found.
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