Weston on Trent

Weston on Trent is a small parish and village positioned south of Derby City on the North bank of the River Trent.

Characterised by the canals of the area, the village is home to the deepest lock on the Trent and Mersey Canal which was built in 1770. The canals now have footpaths and cycle ways that run all the way to the village of Melbourne following the old iron railway.

The village has lots of history with a 13th century church and a mention in the Domesday Book. Weston Hall is one of the best buildings in the village, it is a Grade II listed building which is now enjoyed as a popular pub and restaurant.


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