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The village is located just off Ryknild Street, otherwise known as the A38, between Derby and Stretton, Burton upon Trent. It is historically a farming community. Due to a historical legal situation, no alcohol is allowed to be sold in the village and hence there is no village pub.
In Fishpond Lane there is a row of tenants' cottages, some of which have their windows bricked up, dating back to the days of window-tax.
The village does not have a war memorial in the normal sense but it has a memorial hall which doubles as the village school and as a community hall.
After the closure of the former Burnaston Airport nearby, Derby Airfield was established at Egginton. The small airfield houses a community of light aircraft owners, an aero club and supporting aircraft maintenance firms.
- "Civil parish population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 23 March 2016.
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