A little bit of history
Eaton has been home to many over the years including racing legend Aryton Senna! It also houses the scenic Eaton park features grandstands, pavillions, bowling greens and much more and was opened by the then Prince Of Wales in 1928.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" with the barrel representing a ton!
A number of local amenities call the village of Eaton home. If its convenience you're looking for then look no further than Waitrose with everything availiable under one roof including an in house cafe. The village is also home to the supberb Notcutts garden centre which you will find everything you need to create your own stunning outside space. There are plenty of independant coffee shops and eaterys to visit as well as two very popular pubs, The Cellar House and the Red Lion.
The area is served by the A11 road which provides excellent commuter links to Cambridge and London. Norwich train station is also located just under 4 miles away again making Eaton the ideal spot for easy access in and out of the county.