New History Article – The Judith Stone

Did you know that we have a glacial heritage asset in the parish of East Farndon? The Judith Stone sits in a field in the north-northwest of the parish of East Farndon, and is a glacial erratic boulder. It is known locally as the Judith Stone, and is thought to be named after Countess Judith, who was the niece of William the Conqueror. Read the fascinating new article, written by Judy Hodgetts, by clicking the link below,

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