This article sets out the village development up to the 18th century. It includes details related to the Battle of Naseby and the impact of Enclosure.
Click the heading or the photo to open a new page that contains a recently updated bumper article that is full of interesting historical facts covering Village life from the 18th Century to the present day.
Click the heading or the photo to open a new page that contains a unique photo record of village life in East Farndon between April 1992 and April 1993, in the form of a Scrapbook put together by WI member Marjorie Houlston.
Click the heading or the photo to open a new page that contains a lasting archive of the life and times of the East Farndon Women’s Institute, including photos of diaries from 1933 to 2016.
Click the heading or photo to read an interesting article that charts the history of the village Fete & Flower Festival. Information is taken from hand written committee minutes from 1975 to 2017. To request access to the minutes, email Mervyn Curtis.
Two East Farndon incidents reported in the Harborough Advertiser in the Victorian period can make us feel nostalgic for an age when the police had time to solve minor crimes in a very patient way.
Click the heading or the photo to read this article and learn about thousands of people gathering near the Farndon Windmill to watch a great Steeplechase event in 1860.
East Farndon resident Mike Lee has created an interesting article that covers a wide range of family recollections from 1916 onwards. This includes the sight and sounds of Zeppelins over East Farndon.