- Eaton Village (around and immediately east of the junction of Bluebell Road, Church Lane and Newmarket Road)
- Eaton Rise - between the A140 Ipswich Road and Eaton golf club
- the area west of Eaton Park.
The population of the Norwich ward of Eaton was 8,781 at the 2011 Census.
The traditional-style painted wooden village sign, at the main road junction, was installed in 1956. It shows an elephant and a barrel, and is a play on words on the village's name, the elephant representing the syllable "E" and the barrel a "tun".
Shops and services at Eaton Village in 2010 comprised a post office, a Waitrose supermarket (containing a Boots pharmacy, Laura Ashley, and an estate agent), Barclays bank, two financial advisors, another estate agents, an undertaker, two hairdressers, a dry cleaner, two pubs ('The Red Lion' and 'The Cellar House'), an Indian takeaway, Fish and chip shop, the former HSBC bank is now a coffee shop. A smaller parade of shops off Norvic Drive comprises a hairdresser, a bike shop, a fitted kitchen supplier and a general store.
In 2016 the Post Office closed and is now incorporated within the Cellar House public house. 
Much of the area is relatively affluent, containing a large proportion of detached houses and many professional and retired residents. It is popular with employees at the nearby University of East Anglia. Along with neighbouring Cringleford it is often stereotyped as rich or snobbish by Norwich comedy duo The Nimmo Twins.
- "Norwich Ward population 2011". Retrieved 4 September 2015.
- "Information on Eaton a suburb of Norwich". Norfolk & Norwich. Retrieved 15 July 2019.
- "Eaton Village Post Office – Eaton Village Residents' Association".
- "Ayrton Senna: Racing legend's Norwich years". May 4, 2014 – via www.bbc.co.uk.
- GENUKI page
- for Eaton, Norfolk
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