Edingale Village, Staffordshire


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The village of Edingale lies in the county of Staffordshire close to the borders of Derbyshire, Warwickshire and Leicestershire in an area known as the Mease Valley.

Situated in a rather idyllic rural setting it lies equidistant from the towns of Burton to the north, Tamworth to the south east and the City of Lichfield to the south west. Not far from the major road network there is easy access to the M1, M6 and M5 motorways and all points north, south, east and west. Village Sign

Due to economic pressures and the proximity of the nearby towns the village shop and post office have passed into history but Mary Howard Infant/Junior school, which remains a feeder school for John Taylor HS is thriving, providing educational grounding for the new generations.

Looking over the village from the top of the hill as it has for the past one hundred and twenty five years is the Holy Trinity Church and the village pub.

The village hall and playing fields provide recreational facilities for the community.

There is no visible industry within the village apart from agriculture being surrounded on all sides by a mixture of arable and dairy farms.

For details of the current Parish Council, please click on the Parish Council tab and then click on PC members

Edingale Parish Council now has a new web site:  www.edingale-pc.co.uk - please look on there for future updates from the Parish Council from January 2020 onwards


Best Kept Village

1st 2019
2nd 2018
2nd 2017
3rd 2016
Winners 2015
Second 2014
Highly Commended 2013
Highly Commended 2012
Winners 2009 & 2011

If you plan to visit us, you find the Village of Edingale - HERE ]

Best Kept Village Certificate 2019 -> [ HERE ]

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