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Gisburn Parish is an area of beautiful countryside, with rolling pastures small woodlands, hedge lined lanes and with the magnificent river Ribble flowing through.
FIREWORKS - If residents are planning firework displays please inform Panama Sport Horses 01200 445687 so that horses can be stabled before the event to avoid injury and possible death of the animals.
The burial records for St Mary the Virgin are now online in a searchable database. Click here for more
If you are interested in Celtic Christianity please click here to take part in a survey on Celtic Spirituality
Missing Gisburn Manorial records as follows:
1) Court Book 1634 - 1677
2) Pains Book 1636 - 1672
3) Draft Pains Book with a list of jurors 1635 - 1640
4) Plaint Book 1774 – 1796
5) “Register of Services” book for period: - 21st May 1930 to 31st December 1946.
Gisburn Parish Council
Missing ‘Minute Book’ for the period:-
October 1919 to September 1944
If you have any information about the whereabouts of any of the above please email email@example.com.
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OLD PHOTOGRAPHS Click on History
above and then Old Photographs
The European Agricultural
Fund for Rural Development:
Europe investing in rural areas
This project was supported by the Rural Development Programme for England, for which Defra is the
Managing Authority, part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe
investing in rural areas
Please use the links
above to explore our site
Gisburn Parish Council
Parish Council minutes.
Gisburn Village Hall
A guide to Gisburn village with photo tour. History, groups and
societies, village hall, Parish council and school.
All the info for visitors,
accommodation, places to eat and drink, plus places to see and things to do in
and around Gisburn and the Ribble Valley.
Local History pages and genealogy information.
All you need to know about St Mary the Virgin, including services, church guide, history, photos and church organisations and details of our church roof appeal.
Clubs & Societies
Details and information about our many and lively clubs
societies and organisations.
In addition to
Gisburn Village the area includes
Village and the hamlets of Middop, Nappa,
Newsholme, Horton, and Paythorne in
addition to many outlying farms and houses.