Lambley Village, Nottinghamshire
Welcome to the community website for Lambley, Nottinghamshire
Aerial view of Lambley Village courtesy of Lambley Millennium Committee
© John Berrington, 1999-2012
The village has a population of some 550
(although the Electoral Ward contains nearly 2000 people), and consists of a mix
of new and old properties. The centre of the village is a conservation area with
many fine vernacular buildings, a beautiful Perpendicular church, and an open space called
the Pingle, which was the site of a medieval Manor House. The remains of a windmill exist on a hill to the north east.
Our Primary School takes pupils from a wide catchment area, and has
an excellent academic record. The village is also home to many small businesses,
and possesses four public houses - The Lambley Village Kitchen, The Robin Hood & Little John, The Woodlark Inn, and, some way out of the actual village, The Traveller's Rest. The most famous
natural feature of the village is probably Lambley Dumbles, a series of small,
deep, valleys running into the village from the direction of Mapperley Plains, to
the west. Lambley also practices the annual celebration of Cowslip Sunday.
Page created by Mick Cooper for Lambley Village Hall Association © 2001-2014. Last update 3 August 2014.