Black Pudding Hashers are a local group that practice ‘hashing’. Hashing is a form of Hare & Hounds style event which began at the Selegor Club in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia in 1938. Regardless of the style of the Hash, all is in good fun and the “Drinking Club with a (...)
Lumb Baptist Church meets in Lumb, a small village in the Rossendale Valley in Lancashire. We have an active membership of about 70 people and a worshipping congregation of about 100. We enjoy lively all-age worship which seeks to mix traditional and contemporary styles.
Our Sunday Services start at 10.30 (...)
Lumb in Rossendale Women’s Institute meet in Newchurch Methodist Church.
The Women’s Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisation’s aims have broadened and the WI is now the (...)
Lumb Valley Care Home is situated in the tiny village of Lumb. This is the sort of community rarely found these days where everyone knows everyone else and they all look out for each other. The home is closely involved with the village so your loved one will become part of the community.
Ponies for People is a not for profit group, aimed at raising funding to deliver the therapeutic benefits of horsemanship to a wider and more diverse audience. Our staff are experienced in horsemanship, education, and working with young people and adults with dementia, learning difficulties and social problems.
The mental (...)
Founded in 1866 Water Band has been serving the village of Water and the Rossendale Valley for 150 years. Our Bandroom is situated on Burnley Road East, next to Lumb Baptist Church. Free tuition is offered to anyone who would like to learn to play and age is no barrier!(...)
At Water Primary School, children are at the centre of everything we do. it is a caring, happy and friendly school with a family atmosphere. We are committed to providing each of our pupils with the best possible start to their school life in order to achieve their true potential.