Historical Village Tour in Words and Pictures
Click the heading or the photo to open a comprehensive article that takes you through a tour of the buildings of East Farndon in words and photos.
East Farndon Church
Click the heading or the photo to open a new page to discover the history of the East Farndon Church and its Clergy.
East Farndon War Memorial
Click to read the article written by Judy Hodgetts and Jess Oakden that presents the history of the East Farndon War Memorial.
Ivy House on Main Street
Read about the history of Ivy House on Main Street, originally built as a non-conformist chapel. If you have any comments or memories to share, please email Russell Burton.
The Old Bakehouse on Main Street
Read about the history of the Old Bakehouse on Main Street, believed to have been built in the mid 19th century. Censuses from before that time indicate that there was a ‘baker’ and therefore presumably a bakery on this site or very nearby.
East Farndon Hall – 2021 Restoration
Click the heading or the photo to discover the details of the restoration of East Farndon Hall. Article written by John Oakes, Project Lead and Joules’ Family Office Manager.
The Spring on Main Street
This article details the history of the fresh water Spring, situated on Main Street, opposite Ivy House. Access by clicking the heading or the photo.
The Beech Tree on Main Street
This article presents the history behind the Beech Tree and the reason for a recent ceremony. This lovely tree sits at the top of Main Street near the Church.
The Judith Stone
This article describes the history of Judith Stone, which sits in a field in the north-northwest of the parish of East Farndon, and is a glacial erratic boulder.