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Lambourn

Berkshire

Type:Towns & Villages

Lambourn, Berkshire, RG17 8NJ
Lambourn

About

Lambourn is located in Berkshire near the source of the river Lambourn on the beautiful chalk downlands of England.

Lambourn 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.

 

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What's Nearby

  1. Lambourn Trainers Association

    Tours of Racehorse Stables includes gallops, racing stables, equine swimming pool, Hall…

    0.08 miles away
  2. The National Animal Welfare Trust

    Set in 10 acres of farmland on the edge of the Lambourn Downs, Trindledown Farm is…

    4.3 miles away
  3. St Thomas' Church

    Alabaster nobles and wall paintings in a rural idyll.

    This simple little church, with…

    4.8 miles away
  1. Wessex Mill

    A working flour mill producing flour for bakeries and home baking.

    5.53 miles away
  2. Kennet Horse Boat Company Ltd

    Traditional horse-drawn and motorised canal boats. Kennet and Avon Canal. Refreshments,…

    6.12 miles away
  3. Hungerford Food Festival

    Hungerford’s annual Food Festival (Town Hall & High Street) promises a day of local…

    6.38 miles away
  4. Maymessy CIC

    Maymessy makes a huge impact on the children who come here. After a few hours at…

    6.9 miles away
  5. Vale and Downland Museum

    The museum is housed within a converted 16thC cloth merchant's house.

    An interactive…

    7.17 miles away
  6. In Fine Spirits

    We are based in Oxfordshire. For further information on our Mobile Bar Hire or VW…

    7.2 miles away
  7. The Beacon

    The Beacon is illuminating Wantage through the culture, leisure and entertainment.
    As a…

    7.36 miles away
  8. Farmer Gow's

    Farmer Gow’s ~ the ‘favourite place on earth’ for lots of its young visitors.

    8.25 miles away
  9. Ardington House

    Home of the Baring family. Early 18thC beautifully symmetrical house with unusually fine…

    8.89 miles away
  10. Watermill Theatre

    The beautiful and intimate Watermill Theatre, housed in a converted mill on the bank of…

    9.68 miles away
  11. Faringdon Folly


    The last folly to be built in England in 1935 stands at 104ft and offers extensive views…

    10.56 miles away
  12. Donnington Castle

    Fourteenth-century gatehouse and Civil War earthworks are all that remain of this castle…

    10.7 miles away
  13. Shaw House

    Shaw House was built by a Newbury clothier in 1581 and retains much of its original Tudor…

    11.44 miles away
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