30 Market Place, Long Eaton, Nottingham, NG10 1LT.
Monday - Friday 8:45 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday - Closed
Long Eaton Area Guide
Although Long Eaton has a Nottingham postcode and area dialling code, it is in fact an Erewash Borough, Derbyshire town.
Sitting just north of the River Trent, this quiet market town is property hot spot for commuters to Derby and Nottingham and further afield as it is directly adjacent to J25 of the M1.
Long Eaton also has its own train station on the Midland Mainline, with direct routes to Nottingham, Derby, Loughborough, Leicester, Luton, London, Chesterfield and Sheffield.
Plus, with the East Midlands Airport just a stone's throw away, it’s easy to see why this great town’s property is so highly sought after.
Once a centre of lacemaking, Long Eaton has retained much of its traditional charm and along with its great selection of shops and eateries, it still holds a market in its pedestrianised High Street and Old Market Place on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Good schools are another reason why so many people want to move to Long Eaton. With a superb selection of private, public and special needs schools for all ages, Long Eaton is the perfect place to raise a family.
A new housing estate has recently been developed on the old Speedway site, including a good selection of affordable homes to buy and rent, which compliments the rest of Long Eaton’s mature housing stock.
Love the great outdoors and nature? The Attenborough Nature Reserve runs along the east side of Long Eaton and is great place to relax and unwind. Or you wear the kids out at West Park’s playground, skate park, open spaces and leisure centre.
Fun fact: Long Eaton used to have 1,400 lace machines in its factories. One of the largest lace-making mills, Harrington Mill took one and a quarter million bricks to build and had 224 cast-iron windows down one side.