Situated on the north bank of the River Trent, Aston on Trent provides a wealth of unspoilt countryside, with the Mersey and Trent canals running through the village. Much of the village is conservation area, home to an arrary of historic and fascinating architecture. The All Saints Church dates back to Celtic times and can be enjoyed by the community, as well as a range of other amenities.
The village offers a local surgery, post office, village shop, two pubs, a playing field and an active social calendar. The thriving community host the famous Aston on Trent village walk between Christmas and New Year, as well as a music festival, a well dressing walk and a well dressing festival to raise money for local charities.
Aston on Trent has its own Primary School and is in the catchment area for Chellaston Secondary School. Nearby roads such as the M1, A38, A50 provide ideal transport links, as well as being a 15 minute drive from East Midlands Airport and nearby to East Midlands Parkway and Derby Rail Stations.
- Nearby Canal Walks
- Local Surgery
- Post Office
- Village Shop
- Public Houses
- Playing Fields
- Primary School
- Ideal Transport Links - Close to East Midlands Airport and Derby Train Station