From 10:00 am each Monday you can join other residents at the Taylor Institute to have a cuppa, read the papers and set the world to rights.
There is also a regular bookswap and a group of Monday Clubbers regularly arrange hikes into the hills.
THAT FRIDAY THING
The Taylor Institute is open from around 7pm to 10pm on the last Friday of each month.
Bring something to drink, snacks to share and come along to catch up with the rest of the community, or just to have a semi-competitive game of pool!
RIDING SCHOOL and B&B
Olivia's riding school at Denton Hall can offer child and adult riding lessons and even children's parties.
Fully licensed, insured and BHS Qualified. The hall itself is also a B&B.
Call 07795 343736 or visit their website.
SUMMERHOUSE GLASS DESIGN
COMMUNITY PLAY PARK
Funded and worked on by too many people to mention here, the Parish Council supported the creation of a well-equipped play park for children and the young-at-heart.
SCHOOLS & CHILDCARE
For pre-schooler's there is now a registered childminder in Low Row village.
Low Row is close to two small primary schools in Lanercost and Gilsland, both of which offer Nursery provision during term time.
Secondary-aged children typically attend William Howard School in Brampton.
WILLIAM HODGSON TRUST
The William Hodgson Trust is a charitable fund which can provide grants to support parish residents in various ways.
The charity relates to anyone resident in the ecclesiastical parish of Nether Denton, Cumbria and can grant aid to either individuals or organisations to support the education of children of the parish and their general development (whether through school, college, or voluntary organisations).
Grants can also be made for the prevention and relief of poverty and for community development.
Further information and contact details can be found at the charity's web page here.