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Lambourn is a historic village found in West Berkshire, England. The area is also called ‘The Valley of the Racehorse’, because of the hundreds of racehorses training around the area. It is the second largest centre of racehorse training in England and has a rehabilitation centre for injured jockeys and an equine hospital. Lambourn is a beautiful thriving village in the countryside, that is also combined with modern facilities, which makes it an ideal place to live.

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Things to do in Lambourn

Lambourn is surrounded by beautiful Downland, which as mentioned above, is famous for its gallops where a lot of racehorses are trained. There are many trails to be explored, so it is an ideal place if you like hiking horse riding or exploring. Although the village of Lambourn is quite small it has some great facilities, including a library, two grocery shops, hairdressers, bakeries and a butchers. There are a number of great restaurants and pubs to enjoy as well.

The village is also home to a number of sports clubs, including tennis, bowls, football and cricket. Nearby towns of Hungerford, Newbury and Swindon offer a larger choice of shops and high street options. There are many days out for the family available, such as Ashdown House and Donnington Castle. Inside Lambourn itself, there is Lambourn Valley Cider Company, which produces local cider from Berkshire-grown apples.

The village has a lively atmosphere and has a number of community social and sports clubs to get involved with. The village has annual events such as a carnival, a racing yard open day and many more. There are some great churches in the community with regular church services.

Benefits of moving to Lambourn

Lambourn facilities are excellent, with a thriving GP practice and pharmacy. The area has fibre broadband, which means you can get fast internet even though you are far out in the countryside.

The village of Lambourn is very well connected and is only 5 miles away from the M4, which makes it a great location to commute to London and Bristol. The A34 is nearby which provides fast links to Oxford, Birmingham and Warwick. Train travel is also possible at the nearby stations of Swindon and Didcot, where you can catch fast trains to London Paddington, Bristol, Manchester and Birmingham. Newbury station can get you to the West Country and Reading.

The village has great schools around the area and even has its own nursery and primary school. There are plenty of secondary schools and sixth form colleges nearby. Some of the excellent schools in Lambourn include Malborough College, St Johns Malborough and Faringdon Community College. For further education Lambourn is very close to both Reading and Oxford universities.

Looking to make the move to Lambourn

Local Suburbs Nearby:

  • Aldbourne
  • Ramsbury
  • Hungerford Removals
  • Wantage-Grove
  • Wanborough
  • Shrivenham
  • Winterbourne
  • Stanford in the Vale
  • Kintbury
  • Malborough
  • Faringdon

The cost of living in Lambourn

According to Rightmove Lambourn’s average price of a property is £349,053. The large majority of properties sold in the area were semi-detached ones, which went for an average of £305,176. Detached properties in the area are sold at an average rate of £523,500 and terraced houses are around £231,750. Sale prices were up 18% this year compared to the last, so it is a growing area and a good place to buy and sell.