Newburgh has been described as arguably the most attractive village in West Lancashire.
Located about five miles from Ormskirk, the parish is bounded by the Leeds and Liverpool canal and the River Tawd and River Douglas.
It is rich in open space and recreational areas and is set in countryside attractive for walkers.
Newburgh is surrounded by Green Belt and at its heart is a conservation area with a village green – the site of an ancient fair – and a mixture of 17th, 18th and 19th century buildings.
We have a strong sense of history and place, as well as being an active and busy community with much to appeal to all ages.
Click here for a snapshot of the village and, whether you are a resident or a visitor, please contact us with any comments by sending an email to the Parish Clerk – email@example.com
Newburgh Village Green
Website sponsored by Newburgh Parish Council
Logo depicting Edward I © Joanna Treasure 2004