This is a community website developed for the benefit of local residents (and hopefully will be of interest to non-residents as well).
Egginton is a small rural village in South Derbyshire situated in the Trent valley, between Derby and Burton-on-Trent, and about half a mile from the A38 trunk road. Historically it is a farming community and now is largely a commuter village with a population of about 650.
Egginton Playing field
This delightful village includes:
St Wilfrid’s Church, the warm, welcoming heart of the village.
Memorial Hall, the village hall owned by a Charitable Company for the village
Primary School, situated within the Memorial Hall premises.
Playing Field, situated just inside Egginton Hall entrance gate
Church Fete - July
Flower and produce Show - Aug/Sept
Harvest Supper - Oct
St Wilfrid’s Night Concert - Oct
Village Bonfire - Nov
Christmas Fayre - Nov
On this website you will find information about the organisations within the village together with local history and a gallery of local pictures.
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