We gathered together a selection of websites and webpages containing information about the history of Spondon. To suggest an additional website, please get in touch.
Spondon Historical Society
The historical society meet monthly in the Village Hall and have a wealth of information about the history of Spondon and the surrounding area. You can contact them on Derby 678781 or attend their monthly meeting on the 2nd Monday of each month (7:30pm). The society also has its own website which is includes a fascinating online archive of local historical photos, documents and other material.
A Village Remembered
In 1998, former Spondonian Ken Porter put together his fabulous site detailing the history of Spondon. This is the one of the most comprehensive sites you will find relating to the village and is a fascinating, detailed and personal account of the village's past. Ken sadly passed away in March 2012 but his memories of Spondon will long live on in these fascinating web pages.
Memories of Spondon
Digitised version of the 1989 book by Spondon resident Guy Brighouse, recounting his memories of Spondon throughout the 20th Century.
Spondon Church Boy's Club
Memories of the church club and tributes to Reverend T.E.M. Barber
Celanese in Spondon
A look at the history of the plant as it reached its demolition in 2015
Marriages at Spondon
Digitised parish register detailing Spondon marriages from 1653 to 1812 along with other historical records and information for Spondon.
A collection of valuable links and transcripts from genealogy website Genuki.
Spondon Families and War memorials
More Spondon links and transcripts from genealogy website Rootsweb. (now archived as part of the Spondon Historical Society website)
Vision of Britain
Spondon section of the Lottery-funded local history website from the Great Britain Historical GIS Project.
Picture the Past
The North East Midlands photographic archive featuring over a hundred old photos of Spondon.