Welcome to Egginton, Derbyshire, UK.

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
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

Annual Events

  • Church Fete   -   July
  • 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. 

If you have a Notice or announcement, have useful or interesting  information you wish to share with the community, or if you would  like to pass on comments or suggestions to improve this site,  please visit our Feedback page and contact a member of the website action group.

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Site Policy
The purpose of this site is to provide local information, interest and  fun.  Whilst every endeavour has been made to keep the information on  this site accurate and up to date, the contributors do not accept  responsibility for the accuracy of information provided

Site Design : Jim Gardner


Updated : 30 September 2019