At the north eastern tip of East Northamptonshire, England
Welcome to our village
Located at the north eastern tip of East-Northamptonshire, UK. Sited on the A43, approximately 3.5 miles from Stamford.
See the village hall web page for more information.
A talk on Oliver Cromwell
Monday, 7th October 7 -9 pm
Where are we ?
The village is compact in form, with the older part of the village located north of the High Street. It was recorded in the Domesday Book as “Estone”. The A43 was originally thought to have been a back lane to the High Street, and subsequently became a main turnpike. The oldest building in the village, excluding , is the .
It was built in the 15th Century, extensively restored in 1867 and it is now owned by the National Trust. All Saints Church dates from the 12th Century and has been enlarged and altered over the centuries, the last major building works taking place in the late 19th century.
Places to visit
Pictures from the village, past and present.
Only 2 public house's remain, from a total of 8 in the 19th Century.
There are a number of places of interest, to visit
A collection of the varied business's calling Easton on the Hill, home.