Lambley is 138 miles norh of London, only 6 miles north-east from the City of Nottingham and only 2 miles from Arnold Town. The isolation of the village is mainly due to its location which is in the bottom of a steep hill in a natural basin, which is horse shoe in shape. The parish covers 2,170 acres. The Lambley Dumble is a stream running through the village.
Much of the village is a Conservation Trust Area. If you are planning a visit:
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