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Welcome to Lambourn

This is the website for the Parish of Lambourn. The parish is made up of Lambourn, Upper Lambourn, Eastbury, Woodland St Mary and Lambourn Woodlands. The village of Lambourn is located in Berkshire near the source of the river Lambourn on the beautiful chalk downlands of England. The website is managed by and for the residents of Lambourn on a voluntary basis with support from local sponsors and organisations.

St Michaels ChurchLambourn is a working village and is famous for its association with the training of the world's finest race horses. There are over 1500 horses in training in the Lambourn valley with over 50 Racing Yards. The springy downland turf make the perfect gallops and the large uninterrupted open spaces create an ideal environment to breed and train horses. The Betfair Lambourn Open Day held on Good Friday every year is a great opportunity to experience the horses close up.

Another major event in the valley is the Lambourn Festival comprising of many events in the summer.

A monthly Parish magazine called Village Views is available, crammed full of current information and interesting articles about the village and the parish - this is a must read for anyone in Lambourn.

 

 

 

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Carol Newman

Although based in Warminster, Carol come…

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Lambourn School Reunion

September 13th and 14th 2014 School reun…

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2014 Lambourn Carnival Photos

Carnival Photos 2014  here

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Photographs for Sale

NEW! We have made a limited number of black and white prints of historic photographs and these are now available for sale. All profit goes to charity.

Lambourn - Oxford Street 1

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Lambourn Open Day 18th April

The open day is a unique opportunity to see the horses in the training establishments throughout the Lambourn Valley. More than 30 trainers will open they yards to the public and over 10,000 people are expected to take the opportunity to meet the horses.

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