Endon is a village in Staffordshire, England, southwest of Leek and southeast of Biddulph, 274m above sea level. The place is known for the practiced there practice of fountain adornment. Every year, a fountain "queen" is chosen. Henry Audley, Lord of Endon, had a chapel built in 1246 on the site, which was replaced in 1721 by a church. The current church of Endon was built in 1991.