Quarndon Village

Community website provided by Quarndon Parish Council

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Clerk: Laura Storey
PO Box 8108, Derby DE1 0ZU

Tel: 07941 052009

  • Our Parish Council meetings are held in the village hall.

Quarndon Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Quarndon a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

An Evening of Fish, Chips and A and E

On Saturday 14th September Quarndon Events presents an evening of fish, chips and mushy peas with Alistair Fraser-Moodie. Alistair has worked as an A and E consultant in Derby for thirty of his fifty-four years in the NHS. More »

Now retired, Alistair has written his memoirs, covering the highs and lows of a doctor's life, and recalling some of the various patients he has met...

Where: Quarndon Village Hall

When: 7:30 to 10pm

How much? Tickets £8 per person. This includes a George's fish, chips and mushy peas meal, at approximately 8.30pm

How do I get my tickets? Email all.the.kennedys@gmail.com

Bring your own drinks, glasses and nibbles

All profits and donations to the Parkinson's Society. » Less

Posted: Sat, 10 Aug 2019 19:13 by Clare Turner

Quarndon Cricket Club Car Boot Sale, Sunday 22nd September

Venue - Quarndon Cricket Club, The Common

Dates - Sundays September 22nd and 29th, October 6th

Booters £8 and Buyers £1. Children free
Booters from 7am
Buyers from 8am

Ring Kate on 01332862666 or email katedumelow@gmail.com

Refreshments, toilets and ALWAYS a friendly welcome

Posted: Sat, 10 Aug 2019 19:06 by Clare Turner

Wild Flowers in Quarndon

Wild Flowers in Quarndon

If you take a break from mowing over the summer and let your grass grow longer, you may be surprised at the number of wildflowers that appear.
There were more than 10 different flowers on the verge where this photo was taken this July on Burley Lane in the centre of Quarndon village. Shown here are yarrow (white), bird's foot trefoil (yellow), and harebell (blue).
Once part of the Common , and later a meadow, the dry sandy soil of this sunny spot supports a great diversity of plant and invertebrate life. More »

(Photo and text by Ros Grum) » Less

Posted: Mon, 29 Jul 2019 10:24 by Matthew Pitt