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The Little Choir with a BIG heart.

“Friends in Harmony “is the name of  our choir based in Little Eaton just outside Derby. It has been going strong for around 30 years, and is now conducted by Barbara Lowe professional singer (ex Royal Opera Covent Garden) and singing teacher.

 We always welcome new members. We practice in the church hall at Little Eaton on Tuesday evenings starting 7.15.p.m. We really live up to our name “Friends in Harmony” so come along and I think you might just have made 25 new friends. Contact Jane Harlow on 01332516683 for any further information.

Why not submit details of your local club or society’s forthcoming events etc.  Send them by email to lepc@parkhalldesigns.co.uk

Little Eaton Gardening Club

Meetings Programme for 2017 - click here

Please note that the Club now meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 7pm till 9pm in the Village Hall

Better Kept Village Group

The Better Kept Village (BKV) Group is a sub group of the Parish Council with responsibility to improve and develop the aspect of the village.

The Better Kept Village Group would like interested residents, or groups based in the village, to join this group to input their ideas and suggestions.

Click here for more information including next meeting date

Little Eaton phone boxes have their 5 minutes of fame.

Little Eaton Book Exchange to star in short film

Little Eaton Art Box may feature later in the film promotion



A short film produced by Theodore Films


Filming commences on the Sunday 25th June of The Gangster and the Angel. The story of a retired gangster looking back on a colleague's life continues the stream of short fictional films produced by local company

Theodore Films.

The Gangster and the Angel will be filmed in the afternoon from 1500 - 1700 in Little Eaton village using the former BT red telephone booth - now library - as its primary location.

Theodore Films began a little over seven years. This independent film company is non-profit based, that is, the company is not working for commercial gain! With this in mind, we aim to produce at least two short fictional films that reflect the society we live in and social concerns prevalent of our time. Saying that, our prime objective is to make the films entertaining and The Gangster and the Angel is no exception of the style and form set by previous projects