Kelbrook and Sough Parish Council

Kelbrook is a village in the civil parish of Kelbrook and Sough, Borough of Pendle, in Lancashire, England. It lies on the A56 road between Colne and Earby. It has a population of 1,026. Historically a part of the now divided old parish of Thornton-in-Craven in the West Riding of Yorkshire, Kelbrook was administered as part of Skipton Rural District, until boundary changes in 1974. Kelbrook lies in West Craven, so keeping cultural links with Yorkshire and Craven.

Sough is a hamlet, in Lancashire, England. Sough is located east of the main A56 road between Earby and Kelbrook; it is in the area known as West Craven in the district of Pendle. This area used to be part of Earby Urban District in the West Riding of Yorkshire until boundary changes in 1974.

Latest News

COVID-19 Help for Residents

Lancashire County Council is focusing on providing the essential services which support the most vulnerable people in Lancashire.

Playground Closure

Please be advised that the playgrounds in the area are now closed following Government guidance.

Corona Virus and Playgrounds

While Kelbrook and Sough Parish Council realise the importance of utilising outside space and exercising, please ensure that you follow Public Health guidelines when using this equipment.

Corona Virus Update

Please be aware that Kelbrook and Sough Parish Council have cancelled all meetings until further notice. 

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