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Welcome to the website for the Parish Council of Mellor in the Ribble Valley, Lancashire, England.

Sitting just 3½ miles north-west of the town of Blackburn, and measuring a full 4 miles by approx. 1½ miles, Mellor is a delightful village set in the rural backdrop of the Ribble Valley and a mile or so shy from the River Ribble.    With a growing population of 1490 at the last census, it is a thriving community with a primary school, 2 churches, a village hall, a library, a doctors surgery, a bus service and a small number of local shops and pubs.

The parish has many groups and organisations catering for all ages. From PreSchool facilities, a Mother and Toddler group, Rainbows, Brownies and Guides for the girls, Cubs and Scouts for the boys, a Youth Club, a Youth Fellowship and teenage pool club for the youngsters to indoor bowling, badminton, gardening, luncheon clubs, Mothers Union, Mens Group and Ladies Fellowship – there is something going on for everyone.

Mellor has very close links with the village of Mellor Brook – through which the eponymous stream flows, although only part of the village is contained within our parish. We also have good links with neighbouring Ribble Valley parishes, namely Balderstone, Clayton-Le-Dale, Osbaldeston and Ramsgreave; and to our immediate north west is Samlesbury in South Ribble.

 


Latest News

  • Mellor Guides need a Leader18th March 2016 - 11:32 am

    Mellor has had a very active Guide & Senior Section for at least 35 years, which has been made possible by the dedication of Leaders and this is to be greatly appreciated. However, after 33 years Hilary Wensley, her husband Rob and Judith Gorton have decided that the time has come for them to retire […]

  • Update on Police Alerts23rd February 2016 - 11:00 pm

    This information was received via alert@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk Over the last two weeks the police have received four reports of residential burglary in the areas of Parsonage, Langho and Mellor Brook.  In each case the householder has been temporarily away from home, either on holiday or in hospital.  The exact time of day of the offences cannot be ascertained.  With […]

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