Erp is a town in the southern Netherlands. It is situated in the territory of North Brabant, between's-Hertogenbosch and Eindhoven. The region of Veghel comprises of the towns of Veghel and Erp and the towns of Boerdonk, Keldonk, Mariaheide, Zijtaart and Eerde.
The town which is among locals and visitors is found to be 5 km northwest of Erp to be specifically and other neighboring towns incorporate Uden north, Boekel east, Gemert southeast, Beek en Donk south, and Sint-Oedenrode west.
The current Saint Servatius Church in Erp was worked in 1844, yet it gives a false representation of the genuine age of the town's area. The most established surviving signs from the congregation's past are two church chimes. The ebb and flow Saint Servatius Church was done in 1844 and is a purported waterstaat church, outlined by draftsman Arnoldus van Veggel in a neo-Classical style.