Please use the links below to email:
The Parish Clerk Caroline Burton (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you have any queries, concerns or ideas in relation to Parish Council matters.
David Thake, for questions in relation to Marriott Green.
Pam Haynes, for questions in relation to the United Charities of East Farndon
Elaine Pepler, the Booking Secretary for questions related to the Village Hall
Archive of Interesting emails Received
Posted by Maria Fish-Renear on 16/06/2019: Traced my Family to this village (sons of Thomas Fish). Three brothers: Nathaniel, John, and Jonathon left East Farndon in 1627 for America. Would be nice to visit someday.
Posted by Betty Kales on 08/08/2017: Have just traced my 7xGG Robert Sutton here back to 1600. Looks like a lovely little village.
Posted by Mary Membrillera on 02/06/2017: I used to love playing with my friend Christine Haynes at the farm her father ran with his brother Cyril and sister Phyllis. We helped pick the apples and plums from the fruit trees in the summer and helped stook the hay bales when the bailing was underway. It was a very special time for me and remembered with happiness.My mother(Winnie Woodliffe was a member of the WI, maybe secretary for a while, she also sang in the WI choir which was under the tuition of Mrs Furnish. East Farndon is a lovely village and I hope it never loses the small village quality of life.
Posted by Edward (Ted) on 25/03/2017: Hello, I was in the children’s home at East Farndon roughly between the years of 1943-46. If there is anyone out there who was in the same home, roughly around the same time, please contact me.
Posted by Abi Parsons on 13/01/2014: I lived at The Dales in Farndon up to the age of 8. My parents (Lorraine and David Jones) and brother Andrew and myself moved to Oxford in 1981. I have lots of happy memories playing in the fields, village fetes etc. I went to the playschool and later to Clipston primary school. My friends were Ellie Jeffrey who lived in the old bake house and Rachel Weeks who lived up by the church in an upside down house.
Posted by Andy Norman on 20/06/2012: Having traced my ancestors back to East Farndon from the 16th to the 19th century, I visited the village this month out of curiosity. It seemed a very peaceful place, surrounded by countryside and other small villages. I would be grateful to receive details of any social history relating to the Norman family.
Posted by Colin Reeves on 04/01/2012: Close association with the village for many years. Grandfather, grandmother, Father, mother and youngest brother all lie in the churchyard. Grandfather is mentioned on the War Memorial although he did not die. Mother played the organ as stand in from 1933 to 1950 and I audited the church accounts during the treasuryship of both John Clifford and Ray Clifford. I feel a close affinity with the village.