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I started attending Erdington Parish Church at aged 8 along with my two brothers. My life revolved around the church and we had the freedom to roam over the whole of the area for years and years. When D.V. Jones started writing about the area there were no books available on Erdington written in this style. Parish History [edit | edit source]. Aston St Peter and Paul is an Ancient Parish and several chapelries and parishes were formed from it including at Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire, Water-Orton, Ward-End in Little Bromwich, Bordesley, Deritend, Erdington, Warwickshire, Ashted, Warwickshire, and Duddeston cum Nechells, Warwickshire One of only 2 churches in the Birmingham . Church life, café life and rooms to hire. St. Barnabas Church Centre is in the heart of Erdington and we look forward to welcoming you. Email: [email protected] Tel: Christmas has come early for the people of Erdington – with arson-ravaged St Barnabas Parish Church set to finally rise from the ashes. More than £5 million has been ploughed into rebuilding.
Engaging in God’s presence & serving our community Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, all meetings at church are currently cancelled. Visit our Coming Events page for details of our online meetings.. Please read more in our latest update by clicking here. Erdington Hall was built in the mid s and was the manor house for Erdington until its demolition in to make way for the construction of the Tyburn Road. My first picture is from The Story of Erdington Parish Church by May G Power. Probably the vicar's wife at some point as there was a Canon Power if I remember correctly. This is a photocopy of the original book now discarded by Sutton Reference Library. The next picture shows the location of the shop. Until the 19th century Aston was an extensive parish comprising a number of townships. The Domesday Book mentions a priest here in , though the church may have been an Anglo-Saxon minster long before that. Except for the tower, the church was rebuilt by J A Chatwin between and
The powerful De Erdington family came to prominence around when Henry obtained the manorial rights from Gervais Pagenal of Dudley, thus beginning a long association between Erdington and the De Erdington family which lasted until , when the family died out. Their tomb can still be seen today at Aston parish church. The Parish Church was severely damaged by fire on the morning of 4 October  Also nearby, on Mason Road, is Erdington Swimming Baths which were constructed by the Birmingham Baths Committee, this is a complex including Saunas and a fitness centre as well as a swimming pool, Erdington Library, Opened in as a Carnegie library, is. Erdington, is a chapelry, in the parish and union of Aston, and the hundred of Hemlingford, Warwickshire, it is 4 miles E from Birmingham. Birches Green is in the chapelry, andlies on the road from the village to Curdworth. The Independents and Roman Catholics each have a place of worship.. The Story of Erdington Book, Written Work. Birmingham Erdington by-election, The Birmingham Erdington by-election of was held on 20 October The by-election was held due to the death of the incumbent Conservative MP, John Eales. It was won by the Conservative candidate John Allan Cecil Wright. St. Barnabas' Church, Erdington.