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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.

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.



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.


This area used to be part of Earby Urban District in the West Riding of Yorkshire until boundary changes in 1974.


Supporting documents outlining the guidlines under which the council operates can be found at the bottom of this page. If you require any clarification on the contents of any of the supporting documents, please contact the council clerk.

Agendas and Minutes for meetings can be accessed by clicking on the date of that meeting under the "Meetings" tab.


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