Spondon Local History


A Brief History of Spondon
The origins of Spondon can be traced back over 10 centuries, with a reference to the village as Spondune in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Click here »

The Homestead, Spondon
The Homestead is situation in the heart of the Spondon on Sitwell Street and is considered one of the finest Georgian buildings in Derbyshire. Click here »

Locko Hall and Locko Park Estate
The 300-acre Locko Park estate, situated a mile north of Spondon, has been home to the area's landowners since the 11th Century. Click here »

Spondon War Heroes
Find out more about those Spondoners who served and fell in the two World Wars. Click here »

Spondon World War 2 Stories
Read memories and recollections of World War II, both relating to Spondon and from Spondon residents. Click here »

The Murder of Enoch Stone
Probably the most infamous crime ever committed in Spondon was the 19th century murder of Enoch Stone. Click here »

Old photos of Spondon
View our photo galleries of Spondon through the past century and a bit. Click here »

Local History Website Links for Spondon
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