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Potential Major Housing Development between East Farndon & Market Harborough

Important News from the East Farndon Parish Council West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) ha…

No Farrell’s Fish this week – Tues 19th Oct

Paul from Farrell’s Fish will not be calling this week (Tues 19th Oct) at the Villag…

Weekly Foodbank Collection…thanks & please keep donating

Since early January, the Parish Council have been organising weekly collections from the V…

Many Thanks to Alan Langley for his latest talk – £135 raised for Marriott Green

Alan was back in the Village Hall on Friday October 1st 2021 to deliver another one of his…

Next Village Hall Coffee Morning, 10.30am, Friday Oct 29th 2021

Coffee mornings in the East Farndon Village Hall will continue to be held on the last Frid…

Covid-19 – Please Spread the Word, Not the Virus

Northamptonshire Public Health has asked us to circulate the following message. Cases of C…

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East Farndon Parish Council – Grass Cutting Contract 2022/23 – Invitation for Quotation

East Farndon Parish Council (“the Council”) hereby invites quotes for the carrying out…

East Farndon Defibrillator – where to find it & instruction video

East Farndon has a Defibrillator that is located on the wall outside the Village Hall. Our…

Sir Paul Greening – Interesting Biography written by Alan Langley & Lady Sara Grayson

Read the latest Village History article written by Alan Langley and Lady Sara Grayson, whi…

How hot is too hot for your pets?

See important advice regarding pets in hot weather. For more information please click the …

East Farndon WW2 Air Crash Ceremony & Dakota Flypast – see story, photos & video!

On Sunday July 11th 2021, East Farndon held a moving ceremony at the War Memorial and was …

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East Farndon United Charities – new Trustee & how to receive a grant

We are pleased to announce that Caroline Burton has been appointed as a Trustee for the Ea…

Summer 2021 Children’s Reading Challenge

Every year Northamptonshire Libraries deliver the Summer Reading Challenge, which challeng…

Springtime in East Farndon – A short guide to keeping safe

Article written by Bernie Fallon, May 25th 2021. It’s that time of year when nature has …

Hotel Opens in East Farndon

On a sunny morning in April, 10-year-old Louis Jeanneret and his 5-year-old brother Leo (a…

LOROS brings the Compassionate Communities scheme to Market Harborough

Click the link below to read an interesting article about a new initiative from LOROS that…

Read the latest East Farndon Village History article from Alan Langley

There is some speculation that the Grand National could have first been run near East Farn…

Lealand Bench Refurbishment

Following the Parish Council’s 6 monthly fixed asset audit it was decided that some of t…

New Village Planters and Signs

New planters have been installed to create more of an ‘entrance’ at the nort…

Neighbourly Nods !….to Joanna, Judy & Anthea

A big thank you and a Neighbourly Nod to Joanna for painting the notice board and planting…

New Article….the History of Ivy House, Main Street, East Farndon

Ivy House is a tall red-brick building at the north end of Main Street, originally built a…

New Feature…spotlight on local businesses…Two Breaths More Yoga

Read about East Farndon resident Paul Hodgetts, who switched careers to set up and run his…

In Memoriam – Brenda Hopkins

It is really sad to learn that Brenda Hopkins has passed away. Brenda lived at Orchard Hou…

Environment Agency – Routine Maintenance Factsheet

This factsheet has been developed for Parish and Town Councils to explain what the En…

Greeting Cards for Sale….with all profits donated to the Foodbank !

In addition to the Parish Council’s support of Village food collections for the Mark…

Beech Tree Plaque - Nov 2019
Do you know the History behind the Beech Tree ?

Please take a look at the new article from Judy Hodgetts that presents the history behind …

New WW2 History Article – Profile of Sir Alexander Stanier

Sir Alex and Lady Stanier lived in ‘The Manor’ on Back Lane, East Farndon, in the 1960…

Incredible Historical Find in Little Oxendon – BBC News

A gold figurine found buried in a field could be an ornament from Henry VIII’s lost …