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 bumper article and a large photo gallery 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 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 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.
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.
Sir Paul Greening, commander of the Royal Yacht Britannia, lived in the village during WW2 and married an East Farndon girl, Monica West, in 1951. Written by Alan Langley & Lady Sara Grayson.