Here is Newburgh ‘at a glance’ to whet your appetite for the attractions of this picturesque Lancashire village.
The Parish covers an area of about 447 hectares (1104 acres) and the population is about 1000
The centre of the village is a conservation area. We’ve more than 40 listed buildings and many historic houses
We are past winners of the Lancashire Best Kept Village Competition. We won the Champion Village Class for the second time in 2006. were highly commended in 2010 and won the Small Village category in 2011.
We’re not the only Newburgh – there are three more in the UK and we are twinned with another in Newburgh, Indiana
We have our own Church of England church and there are churches for other denominations nearby. The Newburgh C of E School takes children from rising five to 11 years – and there is a nursery class and after-school care club.
Every June we have a big bash – it’s called Newburgh Fair and has its roots in the fourteenth century. Processions, bands, fete and lots of family fun. And in November the Lions have a magnificent bonfire and fireworks
Feel like a walk? Try one of our 14 footpaths or follow the heritage trail to see some outstanding houses. And observe our trees – there are more than 500 in the village
In 2020 the village was gifted a meadow and wood by the Appleton Family. It’s managed by the Appleton Fields Association for the use and enjoyment of the people of Newburgh and with a view to maintaining and enhancing the ecological and environmental value of the site
Children can be cub scouts, beavers, scouts, brownies, guides or rainbows.
Hungry? Tasty food at the Post office tea room (you’ll be sitting in the former Horse and Jockey Inn). Or enjoy the Applecast cafe. And the Red Lion Hotel has a full range of lunches and dinners
See what else is available in Newburgh including Post Office services, groceries and household services
Parish map courtesy of Lancashire County Council’s Maps and Related Information Online (MARIO)