Lambourne Parish Council | Abridge and Lambourne
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IMPORTANT - Scroll down to the NEWS section to read about the road closures affecting the Parish between 27th-29th May.


FUTURE MEETINGS  The June meeting will be on the 15th in the Abridge Village Hall.

The office hours of the Council are 9.30 am to 12.00 Noon, Monday to Friday. The phone will be answered between 9.30 am and 1.00 pm, Monday to Friday.

All Council enquiries will be dealt with on the Council number, 07716 124508 within these hours. The Council email is lambournepc@gmail.com

Lambourne Parish Council serving the communities of Abridge and Lambourne End.

Think of Lambourne School which is situated in Hoe Lane, Abridge, and Lambourne Church, Church Lane, Abridge, which geographically stands right in the middle of the parish. Lambourne Parish is divided into two wards and is represented by 9 councilors, 6 of whom serve the Abridge ward and 3 who serve the Lambourne ward.

The council holds 10 meetings a year in the Abridge Village Hall and 2 meetings a year in the Lambourne Parish Rooms. Details of these meetings can be found on the link above or notice-board below.

The council holds monthly meetings with the first 15 minutes open to the public as a forum to express their views in relation to any community issues and concerns including Planning, Planning Enforcement, Parking, Transport, Highways, Playgrounds and Anti-Social Behaviour etc.

Everybody from both villages is welcome to attend any of our meetings and details of these are displayed on the notice boards of both village halls, in Linkup and on this website.

Lambourne Neighbourhood Watch

The Parish Council supports the Lambourne Neighbourhood Watch and highly recommends that every resident joins.

Latest Parish News

Jubilee Beacon Lighting

Abridge Village Hall Field

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June 2022
Picture showing the Beacon alight

Jubilee Weekend. This was a great success and thanks to all who volunteered. Our own councilor Hazel Moore was heavily involved in the preparations along with other members of the Parish and Alison Middleton, the Abridge Community Champion. A big thanks to them all and everyone who attended to make it a great community event. Fortunately, the rain mostly stayed away too. The beacon was lit on Thursday 2nd June for the first time in 2 decades. It took 4 people 3 hours to fill with wood and erect the safety barriers. Thank you to the one volunteer who showed up to help.

We slightly underestimated the speed the beacon would catch alight. Given the amount of wood, we estimated it would take 3-4 minutes to actually start showing any sign of fire but didn’t account for how dry the wood was and how quickly it would take. Apologies for this as the beacon caught light a few minutes earlier than planned. Hopefully, we will be able to light it again before another two decades pass. 

Ride London / Essex - May 27th to 29th 2022

South West Essex / London

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May 2022
Cyclists riding bikes

Road Closures will be affecting all of the Parish on both Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th May.

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