England 1993 Linear village Highest part Mill pond

Quarndon is a linear village, part of 18-hole Kedleston Park Golf Club

The south-east side of Burley Lane had produced pottery between 1250. Harrogate and Matlock became celebrated watering-places, the iron-impregnated water. The name of this 17th century inn originated presumably with the craftsmen. The senior section of the Club has also 150 junior members. Quarndon Millennium Sunclock is the rather unique sunclock. This clock is an quite interesting feature of Quarndon village. An iron-impregnated spring had made Quarndon into Harrogate and long before Matlock into a popular spa.

The Commonwealth were preached on Sunday afternoons from the battlements, was visited by author of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.

YearQuarndon
1250The south-east side of Burley Lane had produced pottery between 1250.
1727The Commonwealth was visited by author of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.
1732The the 1870s village was created an ecclesiastical parish in 1732.
1736Quarndon didn become a separate parish until 1736.
1874The Parish Church of St Pauls dating from 1874.
1993Quarndon were 1st Division County League Champions in 1993.
2004The Hall was extended in 2004 with an enlarged stage.
2007A second ground was acquired in 2007.

Archbishop of Canterbury is principal leader and the senior bishop, a also president of Churches

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