The Taylor Institute can be booked by users within the Parish for free, whilst users from outside the Parish can book it at hourly or sessional rates.
Use the form on our BOOKINGS PAGE to request a booking.
Further details of costs and the lettings policy can be found in the lettings folder.
Although it was once populous enough to support a number of Churches, the Parish now contains just one still in use: St. Cuthbert's is located just outside the hamlet of Chapelburn.
Every Monday, from 10am, the Taylor Institute opens its doors to all comers for the weekly Monday Club.
It's a chance to enjoy a cuppa and a natter with other local residents, or just to read the paper with some company. The club also runs a book swap system, and new stock is always welcome!
A Craft Club also runs each Monday afternoon.
Recycling Facilities are managed by the Parish Council and are accessible in the parking area in front of the railway signal box.
Collection bins are available for plastics, cardboard and paper/magazines.
Other materials can be recycled at the Townfoot Recycling Centre in Brampton.
The Taylor Institute, Low Row, was built in 1916 to serve as a community hub for the parish. Mr Christopher Taylor (gentleman farmer ) Low Row Houses Farm bequeathed £1000 to the NDPC to build a hall and reading room, replacing a previous wooden structure.
Today, it is primarily used as a meeting room for local community groups, as well as the place where Parish Council meetings take place.
The Taylor Institute has a pool table for the entertainment of youngsters when the weather outside is (typically) frightful. There is also a badminton net and a weekly Pilates Club (Monday evenings)
There is a stage and a kitchen, making the hall an ideal venue for local theatrical groups or birthday celebrations.
The Low Row Community Park was the result of three years of fundraising and planning by the Community Park Group, led by Mrs Jacqui Bell.
Development was supported by the Parish Council and a number of sponsors, charities and local residents who provided materials and labour to complete the project.
Started in 2015, this local group of researchers are building up a historical picture of the area.
They are keen to learn more from primary sources, or to view documents and photographs linked to the area.
If you'd like to join, or have a story to share, contact Fred Chipchase via the contact page.