In 2015 The Sunday Times described Larkhall as a 'trendy urban village'
Larkhall is a village 1.2 miles from the centre of Bath with local shops including Goodies Deli, Larkhall Butchers, The Beaufort Bookshop, Larkhall Farm Shop, a dentist, Leak gift shop, a pharmacy, Langridge Home Hardware, a pet shop, a hairdressers, Cloud Nine Cafe, Ma Cuisine, a curry house, two garages and a Chinese take-away. There are three pubs; The Rose and Crown, The Larkhall Inn and the Bladud's Head. Other amenities include Bath Artist Printmakers artist co-operative and The Rondo Theatre. Larkhall Square is at the centre of the shopping area. The local church is St Saviour's Church.
The Larkhall News is a local newsletter produced by St Marks School; it was set up by staff at the school in 2007. It is released quarterly and delivered to locals' doors.
Every year Larkhall hold an event call The "Larkhall Festival". There are lots of games, food, raffles and stalls. The Larkhall Festival's main area is The "New Oriel Hall" but The "Rose & Crown" and "Larkhall Inn" pubs, "Alice Park" and St. Mark's School also join in. As part of the 2017 festival a Soapbox Derby was held where local residents made and raced carts from the Bladuds Head Pub along St Saviour's Road to a finishing line at the Larkhall Inn.
It has an infant and junior school, St Saviours CofE Infant School and St Saviours CofE Junior School. Both schools are rated 'Good' by Ofsted. There is also a secondary school, St Marks School.
Larkhall has a village hall the 'New Oriel Hall' which has a range of classes and clubs for all ages and a community library.
Larkhall is served by the number 7 bus service which runs every 30 minutes.
Sport and leisure
- St Saviour's
- The Rondo Theatre
- St. Saviour's Church of England Nursery and Infant School
- St. Saviour's Church of England Junior School
- Larkhall News
- Lambridge Ward (map), Bath & North East Somerset Council
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