Eardisland flanks the river Arrow, and in fact the houses are very close to the water indeed.
The original rectory in this glorious picturesque village was built around 1300, and the building was extended in the 16th and 17th centuries. Unfortunately it is now in a state of extreme disrepair, so if your ancestors lived or worked here then pay a visit quickly in case it has to be demolished!
Churches of Eardisland
- St. Mary the Virgin Church - Eardisland
A beautiful church, in a glorious village – if your ancestors had connections with this Norman church then you are so lucky!Read More >
Buildings in Eardisland
- Burton Court
The Manor of Burton Court dates from around the 11th century, but the present house originated in the 14th century with rebuilds in the nineteenth century. Further work was carried out in 1912. The following photograph was kindly provided by Edward Simpson of Burton Court, which is enjoying a new lease of life as a hugely popular venue for weddings, as well as providing facilities for conferences etc.Read More >