Gisburn Primary School www.gisburn.lancsngfl.ac.uk

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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.

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FIREWORKS

As the festive season is approaching along with Bonfire Night etc.

PLEASE INFORM US OF ANY FIREWORK PARTIES SO WE CAN MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO PROTECT OUR STOCK PLEASE TEL. 01200 445687 or 07703401561

Gisburn Festival Hall Facebook open group

GISBURN FOREST MOUNTAIN BIKING

Gisburn Forest Bike Trails. Gisburn Forest offers fantastic
mountain biking with beautiful views. Trails for all levels including family friendly routs.

How to get to Gisburn Forest from Gisburn (PDF)

Gisburn Forest Mountain Bike Trails (PDF 5.7mb)

Gisburn Forest Bike Trails

 

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
Also missing
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 barrie@ribblesdale.net.

Gisburn and Gisburn Forest

Gisburn VillageGisburn Village Gisburn Gisburn Forest MTB HubGisburn Forest MTB Hub

Gisburn Village Get Directions

Gisburn Forest Get Directions

Festival Bowland a year round calendar of events in and around the Forest of Bowland and Ribble Valley.

Wildlife watching hot spots near Gisburn Village

 

Welcome to our Web Site if you find any problems or have any suggestions please email barrie@ribblesdale.net 

OLD PHOTOGRAPHS Click on History above and then Old Photographs